IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering (IOSR-JCE)

Jan. – Feb. 2016 Volume 18 - Issue 1

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Context-Centred Mobile Applications Development For Effective Adoption Of Mobile Technology
Country : India
Authors : Vincent O. Omwenga

Abstract: Recent approaches in mobile computing consider context to be central to the design and implementation of mobile applications. Context considerations enables the mobile application to respond to the needs and purpose it is intended for. Qualitative and quantitative research techniques have been applied to investigate and come up with components that are critical in the development of context-centred mobile applications.It is however critical to understand how toseparatecore application logic from adaptive functionality in order toachieve a context-centred mobile applications.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Secure Group Key Management using Ciphertext in MANETs
Country : India
Authors : P Swetha || Dr. P. Premchand || Dr. P. Naveen Kumar

Abstract: The modern developments in Mobile AdhocNETworks (MANETs) suffer from efficient and secure broadcasting of messages to a distant system. The main obstacles for the secured information transfer are restricted communication from the cluster/group nodes to the sender and unavailability of a trusted public/private key generation center. This paper proposes a technique that uses a combination of broadcast encryption technique and Cluster/Group key agreement to overcome the obstacles. Among the proposed techniques each member maintains one public/secret key pair, seeing that the remote sender broadcasts to the subgroup. Though the non-intended member conspire they will not extractinformation that boosts security of the message. The Cluster /Group size is independent of computation and communication overhead that decreases the delay. The proposed technique provides competent approach to add or delete members of a cluster and a flexible rekeying strategy. In case of conspiracy it provides security to the broadcasted data. Simulation results are given using NS2.

Keywords: MANET, network lifetime, throughput,Network delay.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Energy Efficient Query Optimization in WSN usingThreeLevel Modelling
Country : India
Authors : C.Komalavalli || VijayBhushanAggarwal

Abstract: With advancement in microprocessor technology, wireless sensor networks is playing vital role in different types of applications such as health care monitoring, fire detection etc. In these applications, large amount of data generated by the sensors are communicated to the base station, which will provide final result for the query. Since the sensor nodes are energy constraint devices, energy efficient query methods and storage of the data is required. Clustering is playing an important role in enhancement of the energy level of the sensor and scalability of the network. Since communication depletes the energy level of the sensor, further selection of
cluster head is important for reducing the communication cost. In this paper, we are introducing the model along with algorithm for the cluster head selection and efficient query processing in WSN.
Keywords:WSN, Clustering, Base Station, Cluster Head, Tiny DB

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Networks", International Journal Of Advanced Sensor Network Systems, Vol 2, No 2, April 2012
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : An Efficient And Secure Cryptography Techniques Usingunimodular Matrix
Country : India
Authors : ApurvaK.Vangujar || Kajal Agrawal

Abstract: In day to day life, transmission of data from sender to receiver with security is very difficult. "Cryptography" is one of the famous techniques which provide security for confidential data. Cryptography is one of the best techniques for the secure data transmission. Confidentiality of data, access control and nonrepudiation are the main goals of cryptography. The existing system is having limitations related to decrypts of Armstrong numbers. But the algorithm used in the proposed method uses unimodular matrix for encryption. Therefore, access control, non-repudiation and confidentiality of data is maintained.
Keywords: cryptography, decryption, encryption, unimodular matrix, Armstrong numbers

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Review: Hadoop Storage and Clustering Algorithms
Country : India
Authors : Latika Kakkar || Gaurav Mehta

Abstract: In the last few years there has been voluminous increase in the storing and processing of data, which require convincing speed and also requirement of storage space. Big data is a defined as large, diverse and complex data sets which has issues of storage, analysis and visualization for processing results. Four characteristics of Big data which are–Volume, Value, Variety and Velocity makes it difficult for traditional systems to process the big data. Apache Hadoop is an auspicious software framework that develops applications
that process huge amounts of data in parallel with large clusters of commodity hardware in a fault-tolerant and veracious manner. Various performance metrics such as reliability, fault tolerance, accuracy, confidentiality and security are improved as with the use of Hadoop.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Review on E-Learning in Higher Education
Country : India
Authors : Mohammad Bani Younes || Samer Al-Zoubi

Abstract: E-learning is basically the computer and network-enabled transfer of skills and knowledge to learners. It is considered one of the most successful educational media, especially after realizing that learning is no longer becomes a stage in human life but it has become a continuous and lasting process and it is essential for the individual as well as for the entire community. However, e-learning offers the possibility of continuous learning and its characteristics that makes it a significant element in the learning process. Still, the main goal of
this article is to increase the awareness of the community members towards the importance of e-learning currently, and that the integration of this method with the traditional method in learning usually provides valuable and encouraging results.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Secure Image Steganography Based on RSA Algorithm and Hash-LSB Technique
Country : India
Authors : Rituparna Halder || Susmit Sengupta || Sudipta Ghosh || Debashish Kundu

Abstract: Steganography is a method of hiding secret messages in a cover object while communication takes place between sender and receiver. Security of confidential information has always been a major issue from the past times to the present time. It has always been the interested topic for researchers to develop secure techniques to send data without revealing it to anyone other than the receiver. Therefore from time to time researchers have developed many techniques to fulfill secure transfer of data and steganography is one of them. In this paper we have proposed a new technique of image steganography i.e. Hash-LSB with RSA algorithm for providing more security to data as well as our data hiding method.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Utilization of Weight Allocation in Tf-Idf Environment for Noise
Detection Enhancement
Country : Kenya
Authors : Evelyne Chanya Shuma || Prof. Waweru Mwangi || Dr. Michael Kimwele

Abstract: Social media data mining has gained significance in the recent past. This owes to the importance of establishing hidden patterns in the social media data that can be used in digital marketing strategies. It helps the marketers to segment customers according to their demographics and behavioral characteristics such that it becomes easier to target these customer segments with advertisement messages suitable for their cluster. As such, it becomes paramount to discover and eliminate any data that may not influence customer buying trends. This constitutes noise removal. Weight allocation then becomes crucial in identifying keywords from social media data that can help in the clustering process.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Development of Security Based Reserved Agreement Blocker for Smartphone
Country : India
Authors : Ms. Shirin Ayisha Maryam. M || S. Arogya Swarna

Abstract: Smart phones are very effective tools for increasing the productivity of business users. With their increasing computational power and storage capacity, smartphones allow end users to perform several tasks and be always updated while on the move. In Existing system, the location-based policy systems (LPS) are not accurate enough to differentiate between nearby locations without extra hardware or location devices. In most cases, such systems assume the context as given without providing or evaluating context detection methods of mobile devices. In order to overcome this issue, context-based access control (CBAC) mechanismhave been proposed. By means of CBAC, many privileges can be dynamically granted or revoked to applications based on the specific context of the user.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Secure Data Sharing Using Cryptography in Cloud Environment
Country : India
Authors : Anjali Patel || Nimisha Patel || Dr. Hiren Patel

Abstract: Cloud computing is rapidly growing due to the provisioning of elastic, flexible, and on-demand storage and computing services for users. In cloud based storage concept, data owner does not have full control over own data because data controlled by the third party called cloud service providers (CSP). Data security is challenging problem when data owner shares own data to another known as data sharer on cloud. Many researchers have addressed this issue by cryptography with different encryption schemes that provides secure data sharing on cloud. Here, we propose system model for secure data sharing on cloud with intension to provides data confidentiality, access control of share data, removes the burden of key management and file encryption/decryption by users, support dynamically changes of users membership and owner should not be always online when the user wants to access the data.

Keywords: Cloud Computing, Data security, Cloud Service Providers (CSP), Secure Sharing, Cryptography, Access control

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Design and Implementation of Secured E-Commerce System
Country : India
Authors : Buthainah Fahran Abed || Rafah Shihab Al-Hamadani || Saja Ghassan Mohmmed

Abstract: E-commerce involves the process of buying, selling, and exchanging of products, services, and information via computer networks, primarily the Internet. The objective of this paper is to identify obstacles that facing the implementation of e-commerce system and providing security solutions to protect sensitive information. In the practical part the paper presents the design and implementation of secure site that allow the customers to search and buy products at anytime and anyplace through the Internet. All data are archived and stored in the proposed system, so that the administrator can easily search and retrieve information at any time and can make changes to them.

Keywords: Security, Safety, Encryption, E-commerce, Site, Attacker

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : An Improved Genetic Algorithm Based On Adaptive Differential Evolution
Country : China
Authors : Feng Jiang || Yi Shen || Panpan Ge || Chen Zhang || Mingxin Yuan

Abstract: In order to solve the premature convergence and improve the optimization ability of simple genetic algorithm (SGA) in the complex function optimization, an improved differential evolution based-genetic algorithm (DGA) is proposed in this paper. On the basis of the selection and crossover operation of SGA, the adaptive differential evolution operator is used as the main optimization method to realize the mutation operation. Furthermore, the optimal reservation and worst elimination strategies are added in the SGA. All of these improvements can significantly improve the optimization performance of SGA. Compared with the SGA, the simulation results of function optimization show that the proposed DGA is characterized by strong global optimization ability, quick convergence speed and good stability, which shows the validity of the improvements to simple genetic algorithm.

Keywords: Self-adaption, Differential evolution, Genetic Algorithm, Function optimization

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Test Cases Prioritization For Event –Driven Software By Using Genetic Algorithm
Country : INDIA
Authors : D. Vivekananda Reddy || Dr. A. Rama Mohan Reddy

Abstract: Event-Driven software (EDS) is being used very frequently in this interconnected world of ubiquitous computing. Two mostly used classes are the GUI stand alone applications and Web applications. Testing of these two applications take significant amount of time because testing is composed of large number of test cases. Due to their user –centric nature, GUI and Web systems routinely undergo changes as part of their maintenance process. New versions of the applications are often created as a result of bug fixes or requirements modification. In such situations, a large number of test cases may be available from testing previous versions of the application which are often reused to test the new version of application. Moreover an event is to be tested in each and every state thus requiring large number of test cases. Substantially there is lack of single generic model and a ranking algorithm that efficiently orders the tests for execution which works for both applications. Now the motivation is to come up with a generic testing model for both applications, a shared prioritization function based on the abstract model that uses a genetic algorithm, and shared prioritization criteria that effectively reduces the testing time and cost. Ultimate goal is to generalize the model and use it to develop a unified theory how all EDS should be tested.

Keywords: Event-Driven software, Test cases, prioritization criteria, Genetic algorithm.

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