Publications, Projects et. al.

  1. (2011) Shiva Kumar. H. R, Abhinava Shivakumar, Akshay Rao, Arun Sriraman, A. G. Ramakrishnan, Panmozhi Vaayil - A Multilingual Indic Keyboard Interface for Business and Personal Use, ICISIL 2011, Springer CCIS, (Volume 139, Part 2, 278-283) 
  2. (2009) A. G. Ramakrishnan, Abhinava Shivakumar, Akshay Rao, Arun S, indic-keyboards – A Multilingual Indic Keyboard Interface, INFITT TIC 2009, Koeln, Germany 
  3. (2010) Arun S, Abhinava Shivakumar, Akshay Rao, Dr. A. G. Ramakrishnan, Free Tamil Keyboard Interface for Business and Personal Use, TIC 2010. 
  4. (2009) Arun S, Akshay Rao, Rahul Munoyat, Wireless Communication (Bluetooth) - National Conference on High Speed Networks 2009.


    Projects (Academic)
    • lwthreadlib - Implemented a non-preemptive user thread library for linux. (As part of Graduate Operating Systems course). 
    • libmutex - Implemented mutual exclusion and condition variable concepts as in extension to lwthreadlib.
    • libsched - Preemptive scheduler for user level thread library. 
    • multihop bluetooth tether - Developed android app for bluetooth tethering using multi-hop routing. (To be published in android market).
    • cloud brokering solution - Developed EC2 provisioning module as part of  a solution to brokering resources from Amazon EC2 for NCSU's home grown cloud VCL(Virtual Computing Lab). Video
    • Chord LT (peer-to-peer system) -Developed the system based on the Chord algorithm using circular DHTs as part of the course work for graduate level course - Internet Protocols (CSC573)
    • p2mp (point to multipoint) communication system over UDP. Implemented sliding window logic and ARQ scheme for reliability.
    • [PDF] Simulation study of interference in 802.11n/g wireless schemes caused due to variying number of AP's present in a single cell/shared medium. 

    Projects (Others)
    • Indic-Keyboards (Open source under Apache 2.0 license.) - C++ and Java

    [PDF] Developed an Input Method (IM) called "indic-keyboards" for MILE Lab, Indian Institute of Science. It is a common keyboard interface for Indian languages. Currently supports Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Gujarati, Hindi, Oriya, Malayalam, Punjabi and Bengali. Supports popular layouts like KaGaPa, Tamil99, Inscript, Remington along with phonetic input support. It is open source licensed under Apache2.0.  Successfully implemented and distributed in the above mentioned website
    Software is being used by Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. Completed under the guidance of Prof. A.G.Ramakrishnan, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.
    • Intercity Clearing - Developed and installed a VB6.0 module to record outstation cheques and provide day wise totals in a floppy.