#### Filter Results:

#### Publication Year

2005

2016

#### Publication Type

#### Co-author

#### Publication Venue

#### Key Phrases

Learn More

- Prashant, J. J. Derksen
- Computers & Chemical Engineering
- 2011

The present work deals with the development of a direct simulation strategy for solving the motion of spherical particles in a Bingham liquid. The simulating strategy is based on a lattice-Boltzmann flow solver and the dual-viscosity Bingham model. Validation of the strategy is first performed for single phase (lid driven cavity flow) and then for two phase… (More)

In this work, we show that 'splitting of quantum information' [6] is an impossible task from three different but consistent principles of unitarity of Quantum Mechanics, no-signalling condition and non increase of entanglement under Local Operation and Classical Communication.

It is known that if one could clone an arbitrary quantum state one could send signal faster than the speed of light. However it remains interesting to see that if one can perfectly self replicate an arbitrary quantum state, does it violate the no signalling principle? Here we see that perfect self replication would also lead to superluminal signalling.

- Akshay Karale, Shradha Katte, Prashant, Chetan Godha
- 2016

There are many applications that can benefit from automatic load balancing property. For that application instance is encapsulated inside the virtual machine(VM) and model it as the Class Constraint Bin Packing (CCBP) problem. Where each class represents an application and each server as a bin. Here our aim is to consider CCBP algorithm to achieve good… (More)

- I Chakrabarty, S Adhikari, Prashant
- 2008

In this work, we show that 'splitting of a quantum state'[6] is an impossibility from three different but consistent principles of unitarity of Quantum Mechanics, no-signalling condition and conservation of entanglement under Local Operation and Classical Communication.

- Dhananjay D. Kulkarni, Shekhar Verma, Prashant
- ArXiv
- 2006

This paper proposes a new algorithm for solving maximal cliques for simple undirected graphs using the theory of prime numbers. A novel approach using prime numbers is used to find cliques and ends with a discussion of the algorithm.

- Prashant
- ArXiv
- 2006

The article is taken out for change of contents.

- Prashant
- ArXiv
- 2006

The paper is taken out.

- I Chakrabarty, Prashant
- 2005

In this letter, we establish the impossibility of existence of self replicating machine in the quantum world. We establish this result by three different but consistent approacches of linearity of quantum mechanics, no signalling criterion and conservation of entanglement under Local Operations and Classical Communication.

- Prashant
- ArXiv
- 2005

The paper is taken out.