Sushil Chandra Jain

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Multi-FPGA boards are being used for logic emulation, rapid prototyping, custom computing and low volume subsystem implementation. A key feature which characterizes these boards is their routing architecture(RA). Inter-FPGA connections in an RA can be of two types, namely fixed connections through direct wires and programmable connections through(More)
Traditional practice to tolerance design has been based on a sequential approach to design and manufacturing considerations. An integrated approach involving simultaneous selection of design and manufacturing tolerances was introduced in the last decade. Choice of manufacturing processes (or machines) from amongst the alternatives, frequently encountered in(More)
Web applications have been becoming the comprehensive disclosure of commercial online industry. Swift development in web technologies have been step up the rate of embracing the database driven web application. With activities like online - e-banking, e-shopping, e-booking, e-trading, e-payments etc. the web applications have become the essential element of(More)
In a large scale sensor network, minimum spanning tree is evaluated to route data to a sink node in a hop by hop manner. But in this route any node can be compromised or a compromised node can be included and it can inject false data or it can alter the existing data. Therefore, to provide a security we use a COmpromised nOde Locator protocol (COOL) by(More)
Multi-FPGA Boards (MFBs) have been in use for more than a decade for emulation of the digital circuits in many applications. Key feature of an MFB architecture is its inter-FPGA connections. There are two types of inter-FPGA connections namely i) fixed connection (FC)-connecting a pair of FP-GAs through a dedicated wire between them, ii) programmable(More)
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