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Conference Paper

Chakrabarti, A and Gupta, A (2007) Design for Emotions. In: International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED07),, August 2007, Paris, France.

Journal Article

Mitchell, T and Cohen, W and Hruschka, E and Talukdar, P and Yang, B and Betteridge, J and Carlson, A and Dalvi, B and Gardner, M and Kisiel, B and Krishnamurthy, J and Lao, N and Mazaitis, K and Mohamed, T and Nakashole, N and Platanios, E and Ritter, A and Samadi, M and Settles, B and Wang, R and Wijaya, D and Gupta, A and Chen, X and Saparov, A and Greaves, M and Welling, J (2018) Never-Ending Learning. In: COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM, 61 (5). pp. 103-115.

Gibbon, JD and Gupta, A and Krstulovic, G and Pandit, R and Politano, H and Ponty, Y and Pouquet, A and Sahoo, G and Stawarz, J (2016) Depletion of nonlinearity in magnetohydrodynamic turbulence: Insights from analysis and simulations. In: PHYSICAL REVIEW E, 93 (4).

Sharma, S and Gupta, A (2010) Pt2+ Dispersed in Ce0.83Ti0.15O2-delta: Significant Improvement in PROX Activity by Ti Substitution in CeO2 in Hydrogen Rich Stream. In: Catalysis Letters, 134 (3-4). pp. 330-336.

Gupta, A and Jacob, C (2006) Unusual defects in silicon carbide thin films grown by multiple or interrupted growth technique. In: Microelectronic Engineering, 83 (1). pp. 5-8.

Reddy, Venkatarama BV and Gupta, A (2005) Characteristics of soil-cement blocks using highly sandy soils. In: Materials and Structures, 38 (280). pp. 651-658.

Reddy, Venkatarama BV and Gupta, A (2005) Characteristics of cement-soil mortars. In: Materials and Structures, 38 (280). pp. 639-650.

Gupta, A and Rau, RSN (1972) Triggered vacuum gap for initiating electric arcs in vacuum. In: Journal of Physics E: Scientific Instruments, 5 (5). pp. 415-416.

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