had been mine prime interest since school days when our science
teacher Mrs. Harpreet Kaur (I am sorry mam, but I
can't recollect your exact name :(), inculcated in
us the quest for knowledge the instinct to develop new things,
thoughts and ideas to constantly improve upon the current
the years, I have developed interests in various fields of
Computer Science. I am just a starter in each of these fields,
but have an immense interest and instinct to work in these
fields of interests include:
here are some of my technical/non-technical papers... Some of
them have been worked upon by me in the past and I am in the
process of working with the rest of them.
and Object technologies (This paper was submitted to CSI
- Computer Society of India, Nov. 1999. You need MSWord or
MSWord veiwer or Compatible office suite like OpenOffice.org to view this document).
Shock - Operating Systems?! (This is an article, which takes
an insight into how different an OS could be in future.)
Project (I have further developed the ideas in the above
article to form an open source project at sourceforge.net. All
of you are invited to participate.)
am currently a member of TCG (Theoretical Chemistry Group) at
University of Pune,
Chemistry and working under the guidance of Prof.
S. R. Gadre. You can also check group
members page or my
page at TCG.
Using pthreads in Fortran: This article describes some simple C interfaces to fortran to use the POSIX thread library in FORTRAN 77 and F90
A micro level find / query tool for molecule viewers: This article describes a simple find/ query tool for molecule viewers based on a simple one line interpreted language. PS. If u find it useful please site this work with the following URL https://v-ganesh.tripod.com/papers/molfind.pdf
Using RSS feeds in computational chemistry programs: This article describes an aspect of using RSS feeds in computational chemistry programs with an exampler of GAMESS. PS. If u find it useful please site this work with the following URL https://v-ganesh.tripod.com/papers/gamess-rss.pdf
Lexicographical combination generator: This article describes a simple algorithm to generate combinations in lexicographical order with a small application to set theory. If u find it useful please site this work with the following URL http://tovganesh.googlepages.com/comb.pdf