Important emails are inadvertently being dropped by companies which would cause a loss worth of billion dollars, cautions the studies. Also, significant websites are being unnoticed by prominent search engines which rely on keyword density. Bountiful of techniques for text mining are based on a statistical model which emphasize on the frequency of the terms in the text. However, two terms in a sentence having the same frequency doesn't necessarily contribute equally to the meaning of the sentence. My thesis entitled “A Concept Based Mining Model Deployed in Cloud Environment with Outsourcing Computation without Outsourcing Control” revolves around this. The concept based mining model can discriminate between terms which contribute more to the meaning of the sentence and other frivolous terms. As indicated by the title, this project also explores potential security problems with the cloud computing. I used Ubuntu Openstack to build my cloud environment and hold the pride of building a cloud for the first time in my college. A succinct explanation of my work is to exploit the semantics of text content and optimize the search engines and e-mail servers which significantly influence the day-to-day life of people.
In lieu of a formal introduction about my aspirations and subject interests, I offered a summary of my undergraduate thesis, which I presented in a National Conference at SIT, Anna University Madurai. College life is amazing during which we mature as a professional realizing our aspirations and acquiring the requisites for the prospective proceeding of our life in the right direction. I matured as a professional in Computer Science from Mepco Schlenk Engineering College, one of the premier engineering colleges in India and the best private college in my state. In the course of my undergraduate studies, the subjects that fascinated me include Computer Networks, Network Security, Data Mining, Operating systems and Software Engineering.
But what developed a predilection for computer science in me dates back to my childhood. When I was doing my sixth grade, Computer was not a great friend of me. Whenever I mishandled, it reacted with a crash. But then we began to settle. I created a lot of problems but I fixed each of them myself. With each problem I produced, I learned a way to solve it. As a kid, I found it more interesting to debug and fix issues rather than playing games which are quite idiosyncratic. But that developed me as a strong debugger and earned me the pride of being the best debugger in my college. I also had a keen interest in mathematics which reflects in my 10th and 12th board exams in which I scored 99.5 % and 98 % respectively in mathematics. I also secured excellent grades in all five engineering mathematics subjects I had in my undergraduate coursework. I have also excelled in a lot of competitive exams both at my school and at my college including GATE exam, in which I scored 94 percentile.
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