Debajit Sensarma

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A Mobile Ad hoc network (MANET) is a self configurable network connected by wireless links. This type of network is only suitable for temporary communication links as it is infrastructure-less and there is no centralised control. Providing QoS aware routing is a challenging task in this type of network due to dynamic topology and limited resources. The main(More)
Two-level logic minimization is a central problem in logic synthesis, and has applications in reliability analysis and automated reasoning. This paper represents a method of minimizing Boolean sum of products function with binary decision diagram and with disjoint sum of product minimization. Due to the symbolic representation of cubes for large problem(More)
MANET is a collection of mobile devices with no centralized control and no pre-existing infrastructures. Due to the nodal mobility, supporting QoS during routing in this type of networks is a very challenging task. To tackle this type of overhead many routing algorithms with clustering approach have been proposed. Clustering is an effective method for(More)
Mobile Ad hoc networks (MANETs) are self organized by a collection of mobile nodes, which are interconnected by multi hop wireless paths. Providing QoS support in MANETs is an active research area, basically for supporting real time applications that are based upon interaction between the routing scheme and QoS provisioning. The goal of QoS aware routing is(More)
In the age of Big Data the problem of storing huge volume of data in a minimum storage space by utilizing available resources properly is an open problem and an important research aspect in recent days. This problem has a close relationship with the famous classical NP-Hard combinatorial optimization problem namely the “Bin Packing Problem” where bins(More)
** (West Bengal University of Technology, West Bengal, India) *** (West Bengal State University, West Bengal, India) ABSTRACT Key management represents a major and the most sensitive part of cryptographic systems. It includes key generation, key distribution, key storage, and key deletion. It is also considered the hardest part of cryptography. Designing(More)
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