Sandeep K. S. Gupta

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High-performance computing data centers have been rapidly growing, both in number and size. Thermal management of data centers can address dominant problems associated with cooling such as the recirculation of hot air from the equipment outlets to their inlets and the appearance of hot spots. In this paper, we show through formalization that minimizing the(More)
Advances in microelectronics, material science and wireless technology have led to the development of sensors that can be used for accurate monitoring of inaccessible environments. Health monitoring, telemedicine, military and environmental monitoring are some of the applications where sensors can be used. The sensors implanted inside the human body to(More)
Implanted biological sensors are a special class of wireless sensor networks that are used in-vivo for various medical applications. One of the major challenges of continuous in-vivo sensing is the heat generated by the implanted sensors due to communication radiation and circuitry power consumption. This paper addresses the issues of routing in implanted(More)
Implanted biomedical devices have the potential to revolutionize medicine. <i>Smart sensors</i>, which are created by combining sensing materials with integrated circuitry, are being considered for several biomedical applications such as a glucose level monitor or a retina prosthesis. These devices require the capability to communicate with an external(More)
A body area network (BAN) is a wireless network of health monitoring sensors designed to deliver personalized healthcare. Securing intersensor communications within BANs is essential for preserving not only the privacy of health data, but also for ensuring safety of healthcare delivery. This paper presents <i>physiological-signal-based key agreement (PSKA),(More)
Data access applications in mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) suffer from intermittent network connections and restricted power supplies. While most of the researches focus on media access control (MAC) and routing layer solutions, we explore the possibility of application cooperation. In this paper, we propose COOP, a novel cooperative caching service for(More)
A Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) consists of sensors implanted in an environment for collecting and transmitting data regarding changes in the environment based on the requests from a controlling device (called base station) using wireless communication. WSNs are being used in medical, military, and environment monitoring applications. Broadcast(More)
Efficient generation of communication sets and local index sets is important for evaluation of array expressions in scientific languages such as Fortran-90 and High Performance Fortran implemented on distributed-memory machines. We show that for arrays affinely aligned with templates that are distributed on multiple processors with a block-cyclic(More)
This paper presents a distributed algorithm called LREMiT for extending the lifetime of a source-based multicast tree in wireless ad hoc networks (WANET). The lifetime of a multicast tree is the duration from the formation of the tree to the time when the first node fails due to battery energy exhaustion. L-REMiT assumes that the energy consumed to forward(More)
We measured the attenuation of signal strength for Telosclass motes between 25 °C to 65 °C, with a maximum loss of 8 dB at 65 °C. A linear model for the combined reduction of the transmit power and receiver sensitivity is presented, which suggests significant impact on the transmission range and network services. Path loss and link budget analysis indicate(More)