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An iterative learning algorithm called PRLAB is described for the discrete bidirectional associative memory (BAM). Guaranteed recall of all training pairs is ensured by PRLAB. The proposed algorithm is significant in many ways. Unlike many existing iterative learning algorithms, PRLAB is not based on the gradient descent technique. It is a novel adaptation(More)
Despite the surge in Vehicular Ad Hoc NETwork (VANET) research, future high-end vehicles are expected to under-utilize the on-board computation, communication, and storage resources. Olariu et al. envisioned the next paradigm shift from conventional VANET to Vehicular Cloud Computing (VCC) by merging VANET with cloud computing. But to date, in the(More)
NFC (Near field Communication) is a short-range wireless communication technology whose VGF technology distance is around 4 inches, and it operates in the 13.56MHz frequency band at a speed of 106Kbps to 424Kbps. The combination of NFC with smart devices resulted in widening the range of NFC, which includes data exchange, service discovery, connection,(More)
To date, most identity-based key agreement protocols are based on a single PKG (Private Key Generator) environment. In 2002, Chen and Kudla proposed an identity-based key agreement protocol for a multiple PKG environment, where each PKG shares identical system parameters but possesses a distinct master key. However, it is more realistic to assume that each(More)
In the recent past, a new concept termed as VANET-based clouds evolved from traditional VANET incorporating both VANET and cloud computing technologies in order to provide vehicle drivers, passengers, and consumers with safe, reliable, and infotainment-rich services while driving on the roads. In this paper, we use a framework of VANET-based clouds proposed(More)
Conditional PRE (CPRE) is a novel public key primitive which enables the group sharing of confidential data without revealing its plaintext or decryption key to outside the group member. Previously, several efforts are made to facilitate CPRE in group data sharing in cloud environment. The main drawback of the state-of-art CPRE schemes for this purpose is(More)
Technological advancements in mobile technology and cloud computing open the door for another paradigm known as Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC). This integration of cloud computing and mobile technology gives numerous facilities to a mobile user, such as the ubiquitous availability of Location Based Services (LBS). The utilization of these LBS services require(More)