Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Author : Balaji, V.


REAL TIME OBJECT DETECTOR FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED USING OPEN

V. Balaji; S. Kanaga Suba Raja; C.J. Raman; S. Priyadarshini; S. Priyanka; S.P.Salai kamalathai

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 2963-2971

The goal of the present project is to model an object detector to detect objects for visually impaired people and other commercial purposes by recognizing the objects at a particular distance. Available old techniques for object detection needed large training data it takes more time and its quite complicated and it’s a difficult task. Hence, in this paper, we propose computer vision concept to convert object to text by importing the pre trained dataset model from the caffemodel framework and the texts are further converted into speech. This system supports multiple object detections on a single screen, that is it helps in real time object detection. This paper involves the idea and methodology and system architecture to implement the system along with the obtained intermediate results and performance analysis of the tools used in the proposed system. This system can further be implemented in any portable devices for the visually impaired people to detect objects at a particular distance from them.

PREDICTION OF DEATHS CAUSED BY COVID-19 USING MACHINE LEARNING

Kanaga Suba Raja. S; Usha Kiruthika; V. Balaji; Anjana Sriram

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 2946-2951

Covid-19 prediction models are the most welcome and need of the hour in this current pandemic situation for paving way for decision making by Authorities. India due to its protective characteristics against COVID-19 is supposed to have the least death rate compared to nations having similar number of Covid cases. But the recent increase in the death toll has been a matter of deep concern. The SEIR models which were practiced earlier could not predict death rates accurately due to certain limitations in the procedure. Hence this paper is presented with a model which can efficiently predict the deaths due to covid-19 in every state in India. The aim of this paper is to present a model which predicts the number of fatalities caused by corona with maximum efficacy.