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- M.A. Bashar, M. Chowdhury, Rahnuma Islam, M. W. Rahman, S.K. Das
- 2009 International Conference on Computer and…
- 2009

Teleportation is a new and exciting field of future communication. Security in data communication is a major headache now a day. Among the encryption technologies that are available at present, shared key is the most reliable which depends on secure key generation and distribution. Teleportation/ Entanglement is a perfect solution in this regard as for the… (More)

- M.A. Bashar, M. Chowdhury, Rahnuma Islam, M. W. Rahman, S.K. Das
- 2009 International Conference on Computer and…
- 2009

The term entanglement is used in quantum theory to describe the way that particles of energy/matter can become correlated and predictably interact with each other regardless of how far apart they are. In future quantum entanglement will dominate the way we look at information, the way we communicate secretly and the way our computers do their things. Much… (More)

- Tamanna Afroze, Sarah Mark, +5 authors Md Saidur Rahman
- 2017

Graph theory is an ancient branch of engineering. Many problems of real-world have been solved by graph theory’s principles. In this survey paper, I want to present the plane 3-tree’s concept with an interesting branch of another topic of graph theory, that is, chordal bipartite graph. Throughout the development of this survey paper, we will present… (More)

- M.A. Bashar, M. Chowdhury, Rahnuma Islam, M. W. Rahman, S.K. Das
- 2008 11th International Conference on Computer…
- 2008

We propose a multiuser quantum key distribution system based on entanglement property which is simple, more efficient, cost effective and easy to implement in laboratory environment. Existing protocols uses base communication to provide security, as 50% of the time sender and receiver's base is not agreed there are 50% bit loss during key distribution but… (More)

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