Vinti Parmar

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The transmission of information in a MANET relies on the performance of the traffic scenario (application traffic agent and data traffic) used in a network. The traffic scenario determines the reliability and capability of information transmission, which necessitates its performance analysis. The objective of this paper is to compare the performance of(More)
Background Recent breast cancer treatment guidelines recommend that higher-risk premenopausal patients should receive ovarian function suppression (OFS) as part of adjuvant endocrine therapy. If chemotherapy is also given, it is uncertain whether to select concurrent or sequential OFS initiation. Design and methods We analyzed 1872 patients enrolled in(More)
Mobile ad hoc networks(MANETs) is an infrastructure-less dynamic network consisting of collection of wireless mobile nodes that communicate with each other without using any centralized authority. MANETs are considered vulnerable to several kinds of security attacks like worm-hole attacks, black hole attacks, denial-of-service attacks and rushing attack(More)
The mobile ad hoc network (MANET) has attracted a lot of attention due to the characteristic of an infrastructure-less construction and multi-hop communication. In MANET, security is major issue, hackers has aimed to disrupt security in the form of IP spoofing or to produce a forged route. In the advancement of networks to IP version 6, appreciating the(More)
DSR is an on-demand routing protocol. This means routes are not pre-established routes and routes are only active during the transmission. The main problem in the MANET is attack on data. As we know in MANET we cannot differentiate which node is the attacker node and which is benign node. So, the attacker node can easily capture the data. And these types of(More)
Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (MANETs) are widely used in various applications due to its ability to communicate without any fixed infrastructure like in military and civilian applications. MANETs are wireless infrastructure-less (Ad-hoc) network comprising of mobile nodes. Mobile nodes can enter and leave the network at any time. Due to its inherent(More)
We have analyzed performance of IARP, IERP and OSPFv2 routing protocols. The performace simulations on QualNet 5. 0. 2 simulator and performance of IARP, IERT and OSPFv2 routing protocols have been evaluated for varying node density (20, 40, 60, and 80) with varying speed (10, 20). The performance of these routing protocols has been analysed on the basis of(More)
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