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- MobiShare: Cloud-enabled Opprtunistic Content Sharing among Mobile Peers, IIITD-TR-2012-009, Kuldeep Yadav, Vinayak Naik, and Amarjeet Singh, October 2012.
- Securing the Uncharted Territory: Transaction Receipts in Branchless Banking, IIITD-TR-2012-008, Saurabh Panjwani, Mohona Ghosh, Ponnurangam Kumaraguru, and Soumya Vardhan Singh, July 2012.
- Take Control Over your SMSes: A Real-World Evaluation of a Mobile-based SpamSMS Filtering System, IIITD-TR-2012-007, Kuldeep Yadav, Anshu Malhotra, Ponnurangam Kumaraguru, Rushil Khurana, and Dipesh Kr. Singh, July 2012.
- Incremental Subclass Discriminant Analysis: A Case Study in Face Recognition, IIITD-TR-2012-006, Hemank Lamba, Tejas I. Dhamecha, Mayank Vatsa, and Richa Singh, March 2012.
- Using Twitter Sentiments and Search Volumes Index To Predict Oil, Gold, Forex and Markets Indices, IIITD-TR-2012-005, Tushar Rao and Saket Srivastava, March 2012.
- Twitter Sentiment Analysis: How To Hedge Your Bets In The Stock Markets, IIITD-TR-2012-004, Tushar Rao and Saket Srivastava, March 2012.
- ChaMAILeon: Simplified Email Sharing Like Never Before, IIITD-TR-2012-003, Prateek Dewan, Mayank Gupta, and Ponnurangam Kumaraguru, March 2012.
- On Simultaneous Latent Fingerprint Matching, IIITD-TR-2012-002, Anush Sankaran, Mayank Vatsa, and Richa Singh, February 2012.
- Recognizing Surgically Altered Faces, IIITD-TR-2012-001, Himanshu S. Bhatt, Samarth Bharadwaj, Richa Singh, and Mayank Vatsa, January 2012.
- Tring! Tring! Usability Study of a Voice Based Information System, IIITD-TR-2011-011, Siddhartha Asthana, Pushpendra Singh, Ponnurangam Kumaraguru, Amarjeet Singh, and Vinayak Naik, December 2011.
- @Twitter Credibility Ranking of Tweets on Events #breakingnews, IIITD-TR-2011-010, Aditi Gupta and Ponnurangam Kumaraguru, November 2011.
- Low Energy and Sufficiently Accurate Localization for Non-Smartphones, IIITD-TR-2011-009, Kuldeep Yadav, Vinayak Naik, Amarjeet Singh, and Pushpendra Singh, November 2011.
- Context-aware IVR: Challenges and Opportunities, IIITD-TR-2011-008, Siddhartha Asthana, Pushpendra Singh, Amarjeet Singh, and Vinayak Naik, November 2011.
- 140 Characters of @Hate and #Protest, IIITD-TR-2011-007, Ashish Sureka, November 2011.
- Memetic Approach for Matching Sketches with Digital Face Images, IIITD-TR-2011-006, Himanshu S. Bhatt, Samarth Bharadwaj, Richa Singh, and Mayank Vatsa, October 2011.
- Twitter Explodes with Activity in Mumbai Blasts! A Lifeline or an Unmonitored Daemon in the Lurking? IIITD-TR-2011-005, Aditi Gupta and Ponnurangam Kumaraguru, August 2011.
- MELOS: A Low Cost and Low Energy Generic Sensing Attachment for Mobile Phones, IIITD-TR-2011-004, Abhishek Bharadwaj, Pandarasamy Arjunan, Amarjeet Singh, Vinayak Naik, and Pushpendra Singh, March 2011.
- Can Humans and Automatic Algorithms Recognize Look-Alike Faces? IIITD-TR-2011-003, Hemank Lamba, Ankit Sarkar, Mayank Vatsa, and Richa Singh, March 2011.
- Privacy of Location Obfuscation, IIITD-TR-2011-002, Debajyoti Bera, Vikram Goyal, and Anuj S. Saxena, March 2011.
- Stegobot: A Covert Social Network Botnet, IIITD-TR-2011-001, Shishir Nagaraja, Amir Houmansadr, Vijit Kumar, Pragya Agarwal, and Nikita Borisov, February 2011.
- Attacking the Tav-128 Hash Function, IIITD-TR-2010-001, Ashish Kumar and Somitra Kumar Sanadhya, Updated on November 15, 2010.
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