Applied Computation and Security Systems: Volume One by Rituparna Chaki, Khalid Saeed, Sankhayan Choudhury, Nabendu
By Rituparna Chaki, Khalid Saeed, Sankhayan Choudhury, Nabendu Chaki
This publication comprises the prolonged model of the works which have been offered and mentioned within the First foreign Doctoral Symposium on utilized Computation and protection platforms (ACSS 2014) held in the course of April 18-20, 2014 in Kolkata, India. The symposium has been together geared up by way of the AGH collage of technology & know-how, Cracow, Poland and collage of Calcutta, India. the amount I of this double-volume booklet comprises fourteen top of the range ebook chapters in 3 varied elements. half 1 is on trend popularity and it provides 4 chapters. half 2 is on Imaging and Healthcare functions includes 4 extra publication chapters. The half three of this quantity is on instant Sensor Networking and it contains as many as six chapters. quantity II of the ebook has 3 elements proposing a complete of 11 chapters in it. half four contains 5 first-class chapters on software program Engineering starting from cloud carrier layout to transactional reminiscence. half five in quantity II is on Cryptography with ebook chapters in it. half 6 of this quantity is on computing device Aided layout with 4 chapters in it. We strongly think that the twenty 5 chapters in those volumes of utilized Computation and safety platforms may be liked by means of all its readers.
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