Sushma Jain

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AYURVEDA The chief source of ancient Indian Aryan culture and medicine are the four Vedas that are traditionally believed to be revealed to the sages by Brahma (the creator) some 6,000 years before Christian era. Most western scholars believe that the oldest of the four Vedas was compiled during the second millennium BC. The word Ayurveda (in Sanskrit Ayu(More)
Evolution of technology and day by day advancements in telecommunication, wireless communication, wireless sensors, and other technologies has led to development of such miniaturized sensors which can be implanted in or on the human body. This innovative and exhilarating area of research is Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN). Low power consumption and(More)
The real time communication networks are designed to support multimedia applications requiring quality of services (QoS). The multicasting is needed when number of users want to communicate simultaneously. This paper present an approach based on evolutionary programming to solve the QoS constrained multicast routing problem, which is a NP complete problem.(More)
The cloud providers provide various computational resources like CPU power, memory, bandwidth to the users through Virtual Machines (VM). Various VMs differ in their resource capacity. Each cloud provider has a set of VMs which are available to users at different prices. Providers have a limited set of resources. Therefore, it is necessary to efficiently(More)
Trust is a vital factor, especially for service oriented systems in the area of Information Technology and Security. Several issues have been raised by enterprises and individuals concerning the reliability of the cloud resources. In cloud computing, trust helps the consumer to choose the service of a cloud provider for storing and processing their(More)
The paper presents a fuzzy based expert system to handle the dynamics of diabetes diagnosis and its medication. Imprecise, vague and uncertain information is handled effectively to diagnose the Type-1 diabetes in an individual. Parameters like body mass index (bmi), plasma glucose level, minimum blood pressure and serum insulin level are used for the(More)
Mobile ad hoc network (MANET) is a collection of several wireless devices or mobile users that can communicate among themselves over wireless links in a peer to peer basis and thereby creating a dynamic, arbitrary graph. But some adverse characteristics of MANET like dynamic topology, limited bandwidth, link failure and energy constraints, imposes new(More)
Mobile ad hoc network (MANET) is an autonomous system of portable nodes connected by wireless links without using any need for centralized administration. Due to limited transmission range, each node acts as an end system and acts as a router to transmit the packets to destination hop by hop. MANET has certain characteristics like dynamic topology, limited(More)