The pre-print repository service known as “arXiv” maintained by Cornell University, USA, has accepted for for archiving a pre-print of a paper titled “Ramanujan in Computing Technology” authored by Dr V N Krishnachandran (Prof and Head, MCA Dept). Dr krishnachandran had presented a preliminary version of the paper as a post-conference talk in the National Conference on Advances in Computing Technology 2020 (NC-ACT 2020) organised by the MCA Dept of the College during 5 – 6 December 2020.
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