Review on Special Techniques for Rehabilitation of Fort

Mr. Sumit S. Shetty, Prof. D. B. Desai, Prof. Dr. A. K. Gupta


Rehabilitation of fort means Renovation or Restoration of historical building or fort. Permanent forts were built of stone, limestone or other material. The term 'fort' is often applied to buildings or structures that are considered examples of important architectural and/or cultural heritage fort have been created for thousands of years and they are often the most durable and famous symbols of ancient civilizations. These are the icons of the nation having their own cultural and historic values therefore, it is very essential to conserve them. Forts which have no further utilization tend to decay rapidly, while which are still in use have a better chance of being maintained .Rehabilitation involves contribution of high end technology, advanced skills and calculations. This is a very responsible job of saving hazardous failure of structures due to deterioration. The success in rehabilitating the structure totally depends on gaining expertise in the field and day today advancements.

tion, and even aiding/generating real-time performance.A lot of music data have become available recently either locally or over the Internet but in order for users to benefit from them, an efficient music information retrieval technology is necessary. Research in this area has been focused on tasks such as genre classification, artist identification, music mood estimation, cover song identification, music annotation, melody extraction, etc. which facilitate efficient music search and recommendation services, intelligent play-list generation and other attractive applications.


In this paper, we built two systems, one for music genre classification and another for music emotion recognition using both SVM and GP models, and finally compared their performances on two databases of similar size. 

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