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Articles by S. Radhika
Total Records ( 2 ) for S. Radhika
  T. Santhanam and S. Radhika
  Problem statement: Noise identification is predominant in any digital image processing algorithms, which helps in identifying the filters to smooth the image for further processing. Approach: An Artificial Neural Network (ANN) based approach was proposed for noise identification. The suggested technique involved seclusion of the noise samples and extracts their statistical features, which was then applied to a neural network to identify the noise. Results: Neural networks provided a better solution in identifying the noise. Conclusion: By identifying the noise the precise filter can be used for enhancing the given image.
  S. Radhika , B. K. Sadashiva and R. Pratibha
  Two new homologous series of isomeric achiral five-ring bent-core compounds containing 3,4-disubstituted biphenyl moiety have been synthesised and the mesophases that they exhibit characterised. Compounds of series A are obtained from 4-hydroxybiphenyl-3-carboxylic acid while those in series B are prepared by reversing the position of the hydroxyl and carboxylic groups. This change seems to have a profound effect on the mesophase properties. Interestingly, for compounds of series A containing the long terminal chain, a transition between two polar orthogonal smectic phases has been observed. The observed mesophases have been characterised using a combination of polarised light optical microscopy, differential scanning calorimetry, X-ray diffraction studies and electro-optical measurements. This is the first example of a transition between two partial bilayer polar orthogonal smectic phases. In addition, the effect of a fluoro substituent ortho to the strongly polar terminal cyano group on the mesophase has also been examined.
 
 
 
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