Avani Sakhapara

Work place: K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Department of IT, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

E-mail: avanisakhapara@somaiya.edu


Research Interests: Natural Language Processing, Information Security, Programming Language Theory


Avani Sakhapara received B.E. degree in Information Technology from Thakur College of Engineering and Technology, Mumbai University and M.E degree in Computer Engineering from K.J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai University. Since 2009 she is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Information Technology at K.J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Vidyavihar, Mumbai. Her interest includes Information Security, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing and Web Application Development.

Author Articles
Blockchain Based Secure Traffic Police Assistant System

By Dipti Pawade Avani Sakhapara Raj shah Siby Thampi Vignesh Vaid

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijeme.2020.06.05, Pub. Date: 8 Dec. 2020

There are large numbers of vehicles in the populated country like India. It’s a very common scenario that traffic police came across some vehicle random vehicle and had some doubt in mind but do not have in hand information about that vehicle and end up leaving that thought. Sometimes this may result in some disaster. With the advent of technology, there are mobile applications and web based systems are available to ease up the process by which traffic police can fine the vehicle owner or people can pay the fine online. But yet there is no system is available through which traffic police can get all the details about the particular vehicle. This motivated us to design and developed an application thorough which traffic police can get all the information right from owner of the vehicle to its RC book and insurance status on just one click. Looking at the chances of data tampering, we have also played an attention to the data security and used blockchain for creating distributed, robust and tempered proof system. In this paper we have discussed traffic police assistance system, which can scan the vehicle number plate, identify the number and provide the all the information and documents stored against that vehicle number. To address the issue of data security and alteration of sensitive data blockchain is used so that any alteration can be monitored. As the complete information process is dependent on how correctly the vehicle number is identified, so the number plate recognition module is tested thoroughly under various conditions. Finally user feedback is taken and analyzed to evaluate the feasibility and usability of the proposed application.

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Story Scrambler - Automatic Text Generation Using Word Level RNN-LSTM

By Dipti Pawade Avani Sakhapara Mansi Jain Neha Jain Krushi Gada

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijitcs.2018.06.05, Pub. Date: 8 Jun. 2018

With the advent of artificial intelligence, the way technology can assist humans is completely revived. Ranging from finance and medicine to music, gaming, and various other domains, it has slowly become an intricate part of our lives. A neural network, a computer system modeled on the human brain, is one of the methods of implementing artificial intelligence. In this paper, we have implemented a recurrent neural network methodology based text generation system called Story Scrambler. Our system aims to generate a new story based on a series of inputted stories.  For new story generation, we have considered two possibilities with respect to nature of inputted stories. Firstly, we have considered the stories with different storyline and characters. Secondly, we have worked with different volumes of the same stories where the storyline is in context with each other and characters are also similar. Results generated by the system are analyzed based on parameters like grammar correctness, linkage of events, interest level and uniqueness.

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Distributed Ledger Management for an Organization using Blockchains

By Dipti Pawade Sagar Jape Rahul Balasubramanian Mihir Kulkarni Avani Sakhapara

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijeme.2018.03.01, Pub. Date: 8 May 2018

In the financial systems of the modern era, trust has always been a missing entity; concentrations of power and trust have given birth to numerous breakdowns. To resolve the problems at this end, the paper attempts for a solution using Blockchains, a data structure that allows for the creation of cryptically secured distributed tamperproof ledgers. The paper discusses the data structure and further disserts on the case study in consideration.

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Augmented Reality Based Campus Guide Application Using Feature Points Object Detection

By Dipti Pawade Avani Sakhapara Maheshwar Mundhe Aniruddha Kamath Devansh Dave

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijitcs.2018.05.08, Pub. Date: 8 May 2018

These days though GPS is a very common navigation system, still using GPS for everybody is not possible due to the lack of technological awareness. So people follow the traditional method of asking location to the local people around. After taking external guidance, even if one reaches the destination place, one is not able to understand the significance of that place. In this paper, we have discussed an implementation of a Mobile Augmented Reality based application called “ARCampusGo". With this application, one has to just scan the structure/monument to view the details about it. Along with it, this application also provides the names of nearby structure/monuments. One can select any of them and then the route to the selected monument/structure from the current location is rendered. This application renders rich, easy and interactive visual experience to the user. The performance and usability of “ARCampusGo" are evaluated during different daytime and nighttime with the different number of users. The user experience and feedback are considered for performance measurement and enhancement.

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