J. Sirisha Devi

Work place: Department of CSE, GITAM University, India

E-mail: siri.cse21@gmail.com


Research Interests: Computational Science and Engineering, Computational Engineering, Human-Computer Interaction, Software Construction, Software Engineering, Data Mining


Dr. J Sirisha Devi was awarded B. Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering from Acharya Nagarjuna University -2003. She was awarded M. Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering from GITAM University, Visakhapatnam - 2010. She was awarded doctorate in the year 2016.

Her research interests include Human Computer Interaction and Software engineering and Data mining. At present she is working as Associate Professor in Computer Science and Engineering Department, JNTU Kakinada.

Author Articles
A Novel Approach for Effective Emotion Recognition Using Double Truncated Gaussian Mixture Model and EEG

By N Murali Krishna J. Sirisha Devi Srinivas Yarramalle

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijisa.2017.06.04, Pub. Date: 8 Jun. 2017

Most of the models projected in the literature on Emotion Recognition aims at recognizing the emotions from the mobilized persons in noise free environment and is subjected to the emotion recognition of an individual using a single word for testing and training. Literature available to identify the emotions in case of immobilized persons is confined to the results available from the machines only. In this process brain-computer interaction is utilized using neuro-scan machines like Encephalography (EEG), to identify the emotions of immobilized individuals. It uses the physiological signals available from EEG data extracted from the brain signals of immobilized persons and tries to determine the emotions, but these results vary from machine to machine, and there exists no standardization process which can identify the feelings of the brain diseased persons accurately. In this paper a novel method is proposed, Doubly Truncated Gaussian Mixture Model (DT-GMM) to have a complete emotion recognition system which can identify emotions exactly in a noisy environment from both the healthy individuals and sick persons. The results of the proposed system surpassed the accuracy rates of traditional systems.

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Performance of Cost Assessment on Reusable Components for Software Development using Genetic Programming

By T.Tejaswini J. Sirisha Devi N. Murali Krishna

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijitcs.2015.09.07, Pub. Date: 8 Aug. 2015

Reusability is the quality of a piece of software, which enables it to be used again, be it partial, modified or complete. A wide range of modeling techniques have been proposed and applied for software quality predictions. Complexity and size metrics have been used to predict the number of defects in software components. Estimation of cost is important, during the process of software development. There are two main types of cost estimation approaches: algorithmic methods and non-algorithmic methods. In this work, using genetic programming which is a branch of evolutionary algorithms, a new algorithmic method is presented for software development cost estimation, using the implementation of this method; new formulas were obtained for software development cost estimation in which reusability of components is given priority. After evaluation of these formulas, the mean and standard deviation of the magnitude of relative error is better than related algorithmic methods such as COCOMO formulas.

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Multi Objective Optimization Problem resolution based on Hybrid Ant-Bee Colony for Text Independent Speaker Verification

By J. Sirisha Devi Srinivas Yarramalle

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijmecs.2015.01.08, Pub. Date: 8 Jan. 2015

Today major section of automatic speaker verification (ASV) research is focused on multiple objectives like optimization of feature subset and minimization of Equal Error Rate (EER). As such, numerous systems for feature dimension reduction are proposed. This includes framework coaching and testing analysis for every feature set that could be a time esurient trip. Because of its significance, the issue of feature selection has been researched by numerous scientists. In this paper, a new feature subset selection procedure is presented. Hybrid of Ant Colony and Artificial Bee Colony optimized the feature subset over 85% thereby decreased the computational complexity of ASV. Additionally an external record is maintained to store non-dominated solution vectors for which concept of Pareto dominance is used. An overall optimization of 87% is achieved thereby improved the recognition rate of ASV.

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Speaker Emotion Recognition based on Speech Features and Classification Techniques

By J. Sirisha Devi Srinivas Yarramalle Siva Prasad Nandyala

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijigsp.2014.07.08, Pub. Date: 8 Jun. 2014

Speech Processing has been developed as one of the vital provision region of Digital Signal Processing. Speaker recognition is the methodology of immediately distinguishing who is talking dependent upon special aspects held in discourse waves. This strategy makes it conceivable to utilize the speaker's voice to check their character and control access to administrations, for example voice dialing, data administrations, voice send, and security control for secret information. 
A review on speaker recognition and emotion recognition is performed based on past ten years of research work. So far iari is done on text independent and dependent speaker recognition. There are many prosodic features of speech signal that depict the emotion of a speaker. A detailed study on these issues is presented in this paper.

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