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  1. Devasagayam A
    Matched MeSH terms: India/ethnology
  2. Martin PH
    Matched MeSH terms: India/ethnology
  3. Pallister RA
    DOI: 10.1016/0035-9203(51)90012-0
    Matched MeSH terms: India/ethnology
  4. Clarke JT
    Ind Med Gaz, 1901 Oct;36(10):396.
    PMID: 29004191
    Matched MeSH terms: India/ethnology
  5. Matched MeSH terms: India
  6. Viraktamath CA, Webb MD, Yeshwanth HM
    Zootaxa, 2021 Jan 25;4915(4):zootaxa.4915.4.1.
    PMID: 33756549 DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.4915.4.1
    One new genus of the tribe Ledrini, Yelahanka gen. nov. is described with Petalocephala granulosa Distant as its type species. The genus is characterised by the flexing of the forewing laterad of a strongly carinate or keeled outer claval vein and the claval veins fused in the distal two thirds. Seven new species, Yelahanka canaraica sp. nov. (India: Karnataka), Y. kodaiensis sp. nov. (India: Tamil Nadu), Y. montana sp. nov. (India: Tamil Nadu), Y. nepalica sp. nov. (Nepal), Y. sikkimensis sp. nov. (India: Sikkim), Y. shillongensis sp. nov. (India: Meghalaya) and Y. trifida sp. nov. (India: Himachal Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh) are described and illustrated. The following new combinations are proposed: Yelahanka bainbriggei (Distant) comb. nov., Y. granulosa (Distant) comb. nov., Y. punctata (Walker) comb. nov. and Y. tabulata (Distant) comb. nov.; originally punctata was placed in the genus Ledra Fabricius and remaining species were placed in Petalocephala Stål. Petalocephala bainbriggei Distant 1916 is treated as a junior synonym of Y. granulosa (Distant 1910) syn. nov. and P. tabulata Distant 1908 is treated as a junior synonym of Yelahanka punctata (Walker 1851) syn. nov. Y. granulosa is newly recorded from Africa (Tanzania and Kenya) and Malaya. Relationships of the new genus with other genera of Ledrini are discussed and a key to species of the genus is also provided.
    Matched MeSH terms: India
  7. Patel H, Vyas R, Dudhatra B
    Zootaxa, 2019 Mar 26;4571(2):zootaxa.4571.2.9.
    PMID: 31715822 DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.4571.2.9
    The colubrid snake genus Dendrelaphis comprises of 45 species (Uetz et al. 2018) of which eleven currently occurs in India (Aengals et al. 2018). A member of this genus, Dendrelaphis caudolineatus (Gray, 1834), was once considered a wide-ranging species in Southeast Asia, the Philippines and the Indo-Australian Archipelago, until Van Rooijen Vogel (2012) resolved taxonomy of this species complex. Now its range is restricted from southern Thailand to Sundaland (Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Billiton and Borneo; presence doubtful in Java of Indonesia) (Van Rooijen Vogel 2012).
    Matched MeSH terms: India
  8. Matched MeSH terms: India
  9. Thangaraj S, Goh VT, Yap TTV
    F1000Res, 2022;11:246.
    PMID: 38152076 DOI: 10.12688/f1000research.73182.3
    BACKGROUND: Smart grid systems require high-quality Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU) data for proper operation, control, and decision-making. Missing PMU data may lead to improper actions or even blackouts. While the conventional cubic interpolation methods based on the solution of a set of linear equations to solve for the cubic spline coefficients have been applied by many researchers for interpolation of missing data, the computational complexity increases non-linearly with increasing data size.

    METHODS: In this work, a modified recurrent equation-based cubic spline interpolation procedure for recovering missing PMU data is proposed. The recurrent equation-based method makes the computations of spline constants simpler. Using PMU data from the State Load Despatch Center (SLDC) in Madhya Pradesh, India, a comparison of the root mean square error (RMSE) values and time of calculation (ToC) is calculated for both methods.

    RESULTS: The modified recurrent relation method could retrieve missing values 10 times faster when compared to the conventional cubic interpolation method based on the solution of a set of linear equations. The RMSE values have shown the proposed method is effective even for special cases of missing values (edges, continuous missing values).

    CONCLUSIONS: The proposed method can retrieve any number of missing values at any location using observed data with a minimal number of calculations.

    Matched MeSH terms: India
  10. Kanagarayer K
    Matched MeSH terms: India/ethnology
  11. Samuel J
    Matched MeSH terms: India/ethnology
  12. Hariharam M
    Matched MeSH terms: India/ethnology
  13. Reed JG
    Matched MeSH terms: India/ethnology
  14. Jolley PGE
    Matched MeSH terms: India/ethnology
  15. Cox R
    Lancet, 1915;186:701.
    DOI: 10.1016/S0140-6736(01)53689-2
    Matched MeSH terms: India/ethnology
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