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Name
Affiliation
Research Specialization
Address
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Md Hanif Tahsin
Medical Officer
Dhaka Division and Rangpur Division research
Munshiganj,Munshiganj zila,Bangladesh
42
SINGARAVELAN
PROFESSOR
Key-trees provide an efficient solution for private authentication in the symmetric key setting. However, the level of privacy provided by key-tree based systems decreases considerably if some members are compromised. This loss of privacy can be minimized by the careful design of the tree. Based on the results presented in this chapter, we can conclude that a good practical design principle is to maximize the branching factor at the first level of the tree such that the resulting tree still respects the constraint on the maximum authentication delay in the system. Once the branching factor at the first level is maximized, the tree can be further optimized by maximizing the branching factors at the successive levels, but the improvement achieved in this way is not really signify cant; what really counts is the branching factor at the first level. In the second part of this chapter, I proposed a novel group based private authentication scheme. I analyzed the proposed scheme and quantified the level of privacy that it provides. I compared the group based scheme to the key-tree based scheme originally proposed by Molnar and Wagner, and later optimized by me in the first half of this chapter. I showed that the group based scheme provides a higher level of privacy than the key-tree based scheme. In addition, the complexity of the group based scheme for the verifier can be set to be the same as in the key-tree based scheme, while the complexity for the prover is always smaller in the latter scheme.
TRICHYRAPPALLI,Tamil Nadu,India
43
Richa Mehrotra
Education
Operations Research, Fuzzy Mathematics, Vehicular Pollution
Lucknow,Uttar Pradesh,India
44
Premkumar M
Assistant Professor
Mathematics, Pure and Applied Mathematics
Trichy,Tamil Nadu,India
45
Dr Noohi Khan
Assistant professor
My research work is basically based on Complex valued harmonic Univalent and multivalent Functions and their applications and various properties of harmonic univalent and multivalent functions.
Lucknow,Uttar Pradesh,India
46
Dr Noohi Khan
Assistant professor
My research work is basically based on Complex valued harmonic Univalent and multivalent Functions and their applications and various properties of harmonic univalent and multivalent functions.A continuous complex valued function f=u+iv defined in a simply connected complex domain D is said to be harmonic in D if both u and v are real harmonic in D. Let F and G be analytic in D so that F(0)=G(0)=0, I have almost twenty publications based on the properties of Harmonic univalent and multivalent functions.First we define the class conditions for these functions ,by using class conditions we find the coefficient inequality of that class and then obtain the necessary and sufficient conditions for that class.With the help of coefficient inequality we obtain properties like extreme points,distortion bounds,convex combinations,radius of starlikeness,radius of convexity ,neighbourhood property for the class which we define for harmonic functions.We also obtain the covolution condition and covering theorems for that class. We also used different operators in my research papers such as linear operator for harmonic univalent and multivalent functions ,Salagean operator for harmonic univalent and multivalent functions,Hardmard products etc for defining the class conditions .The theory of analytic functions , harmonic univalent function,harmonic multivalent functions has wide application in many physical problem: problems as in heat conduction, electrostatic potential and fluid flows, and theory of fractals constitute practical examples.
Lucknow,Uttar Pradesh,India
47
Ramesh Chandra Pathak
Head of the Department & Associate Professor
Corporate Communication, International Communication, Communication Research, Public Relations and New Media.
Dehradun,Uttar Pradesh,India
48
RAKESH TIWLE
Associate Professor
i am working in the novel drug delivery system to treat cancer disease
durg ,Madhya Pradesh,India
49
GIRIPRASAD C
Professor
Geotechnical Engineering, Soil Stabilization, Soil Structure interaction, Slope Stabilization, Soil Engineering,
Bangalore,Karnataka,India
50
Dr.Shaheeda Banu.S
Teaching/Academics
Marketing management, services marketing ,Tourism areas and Human resources and Organizational Behaviour.
Ballari,Karnataka,India
51
Neel Rai
Academician
Marketing, Strategic Management, HRM, Consumer Behavior, Sales and Advertising Management
Jhansi,Uttar Pradesh,India
52
Govind Shay Sharma
Lecturer
Modelling of the industries cost reduction, optimization the resources efficiency and proper utilization of the available resources
Jaipur,Rajasthan,India
53
FHA. Shibly
Senior Lecturer in IT
Information technology, machine learning, e-commerce, m-commerce, digital technology, social media
Oluvil,Ampara,Sri Lanka
54
Dr. Zain Ul Abiden Malik
Visiting Assistant Professor
Globalization , Foreign Policy , Security Issue, Terrorism ,Poverty ,International Relations
Rawalpindi,Islamabad,Pakistan
55
Zain Ul Abiden Malik
Visiting Assistant Professor
My areas of expertise in International Relations, Globalization, Security issues, Terrorism
Rawalpindi,Punjab,Pakistan
56
Umar Lawal Aliyu
Lecturer
Management
Switzerland,Abuja Capital Tercltory,Nigeria
57
SRIDHAR
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Ph.D in Nano Composites
BANGALORE,Karnataka,India
58
Leo John
Visiting Professor and Independent Researcher
Cloud Computing-security,scalability,Resource Allocation,Load Balancing, Cost Big Data-Security Internet of Things-Security,Scalability,Cost Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Intelligence,Cognitive Computing, Natural Language Processing,Data Mining
TIRUCHIRAPPALLI,Tamil Nadu,India
59
Dr. Roshan Lal Dahiya
TEACHING AND RESEARCH
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, CHILD PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
NEW CHANDIGARH,Chandigarh,India
60
V D N KUMAR ABBARAJU
Professor
Expertise in chemistry, physical, inorganic and analytical, organic
Visakhapatnam,Andhra Pradesh,India