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- Bindusar Sahoo
- 2008

The entropy of a BTZ black hole in the presence of gravitational Chern-Simons terms has previously been analyzed using Euclidean action formalism. In this paper we treat the BTZ solution as a two dimensional black hole by regarding the angular coordinate as a compact direction, and use Wald's Noether charge method to calculate the entropy of this black hole… (More)

- Bindusar Sahoo, Ashoke Sen
- 2008

Using the entropy function formalism we compute the entropy of extremal super-symmetric and non-supersymmetric black holes in N = 2 supergravity theories in four dimensions with higher derivative corrections. For supersymmetric black holes our results agree with all previous analysis. However in some examples where the four dimensional theory is expected to… (More)

- Deepak Puthal, B. P. S. Sahoo, Sambit Mishra, Satyabrata Swain
- 2015 International Conference on Computational…
- 2015

Since the phenomenon of cloud computing was proposed, there is an unceasing interest for research across the globe. Cloud computing has been seen as unitary of the technology that poses the next-generation computing revolution and rapidly becomes the hottest topic in the field of IT. This fast move towards Cloud computing has fuelled concerns on a… (More)

- Bindusar Sahoo
- 2006

We explicitly compute the entropy of an extremal dyonic black hole in heterotic string theory compactified on T 6 or K3 × T 2 by taking into account all the tree level four derivative corrections to the low energy effective action. For supersymmetric black holes the result agrees with the answer obtained earlier 1) by including only the Gauss-Bonnet… (More)

- B. P. S. Sahoo, Satyajit Rath, +23 authors Mohamed Younis
- 2012

Wireless Sensor Networks have limited resources with traditional data gathering techniques. One of the limitations of wireless sensor nodes is its inherent limited energy resource. Therefore, designing an effective wireless sensor network to maximizing the lifetime of sensor node in order to minimize maintenance and maximize overall system performance… (More)

We study giant magnons in the the D1-D5 system from both the boundary CFT and as classical solutions of the string sigma model in AdS 3 × S 3 × T 4. Reexamining earlier studies of the symmetric product conformal field theory we argue that giant magnons in the symmetric product are BPS states in a centrally extended SU(1|1) × SU(1|1) superalgebra with two… (More)

- B. P. S. Sahoo, Satyajit Rath
- ArXiv
- 2013

— The wide spread of mobiles as handheld devices leads to various innovative applications that makes use of their ever increasing presence in our daily life. One such application is location-tracking and monitoring. This paper proposes a prototype model for location tracking using Geographical Positioning System (GPS) and Global System for Mobile… (More)

- Payal Kaura, Bindusar Sahoo
- 2008

We will discuss two inequivalent generalizations of the standard (2, 0) supergravity action [1] to include gravitational Chern-Simons term. One is in the first order formailsm where we treat ω ab M as independent and the other is in the second order formalism where ω ab M is determined in terms of other fields via a standard constraint equation. Both of… (More)

- B. P. S. Sahoo, Deepak Puthal
- ArXiv
- 2014

—In general, sensor nodes are deployed in left unattended area. In such situation feeding energy to the batteries or replacing the batteries is difficult or even sometimes impossible too. Therefore, prolonging the network lifetime is an important optimization goal in this aspect. In this paper, we propose a new Energy-efficient Datacentric RoUtinG protocol… (More)

- B. P. S. Sahoo, Deepak Puthal, Satyabrata Swain, Sambit Mishra
- 2015 International Conference on Computational…
- 2015

The revolution in high-speed broadband network is the requirement of the current time, in other words here is an unceasing demand for high data rate and mobility. Both provider and customer see, the long time evolution (LTE) could be the promising technology for providing broadband, mobile Internet access. To provide better quality of service (QoS) to… (More)