Bhushan Sonawane

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We propose using Power Line Communication (PLC) as a second channel for data origin authentication, and we present a system architecture and protocol for doing so taking advantage of existing infrastructure for communicating over power lines. Our system connects a user’s computer to a secure electric meter in his building via a secure Human Authorization(More)
Three-dimensional porous structures using biodegradable materials with excellent biocompatibility are critically important for tissue engineering applications. We present a multi-nozzle-based versatile deposition approach to flexibly construct porous tissue engineering scaffolds using distinct polymeric biomaterials such as thermoplastic and(More)
Assignment problem in content distribution networks (CDN) is unsplittable hard-capacitated facility location problem (UHCFLP) because of underlying anycast routing protocol. We extend assignment problem in CDN to multidimensional facility location problem (MFLP). With our devised algorithm, assignment cost considers CPU utilization parameter along with(More)
We present and experimentally evaluate Spread Identity (SI)—a new dynamic network address remapping mechanism that provides anonymity and DDoS defense capabilities for Internet communications. For each session between a source and destination host, the trusted source gateway dynamically and randomly assigns an IP address for the source host from the pool of(More)
We propose using Power Line Communication (PLC) as a second channel for data origin authentication, and we present a system architecture and protocol for doing so taking advantage of existing infrastructure for communicating over power lines. Our system connects a user’s computer to a secure electric meter in his building via a secure Human Authorization(More)
Title of Thesis: Spread Identity: A New Dynamic Address Remapping Mechanism for Anonymity and DDoS Defense. Bhushan Eknath Sonawane, MS-Computer Science, 2010. Directed By: Dhananjay Phatak, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. Alan T. Sherman, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science and Electrical(More)
In this paper we are describing how the secure communication can be achieved by using LDPC and stopping sets in data transmission process. It Emphasizes that the LDPC encoder and Stopping sets are been used for encrypting and decrypting the message respectively. By using this technique we achieved error free and secure communication. It also prevent the(More)
The Internet is rapidly being adopted as the dominant communication medium, as evidenced by the recent explosive growth of companies and services that integrate the traditional telephone service simply as a type of data-service over the Internet (viz., Voice-over-IP). Continuous and ubiquitous availability of Internet services is therefore increasingly(More)
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