This book provides an overview of the current state of the art in wireless networks around the globe, focusing on utilizing the latest artificial intelligence and soft computing techniques to provide design frameworks for wireless networks. These techniques play a vital role in developing a more robust algorithm suitable for the dynamic and heterogeneous environment, making the network self-managed, self-operational, and self-configurational, and efficiently reducing uncertainties and imprecise information.
An Analysis and Comparison of Security Protocols on Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN).- On the Security Weaknesses in Password Based Anonymous Authentication Scheme for E-Health Care.- Integrated Probabilistic Relevancy Classification (PRC) scheme for Intrusion Detection in SCADA Network.- Intrusion Detection System in Internet of Things.- Deep Learning and Machine Learning Techniques for Intrusion Detection and Prevention in Wireless Sensor Networks: Comparative Study and Performance Analysis.- Study and Design of Route Repairing Mechanism in MANET.- A Comprehensive Parameterized Resource Allocation Approach for Wireless Sensor Networks.- Effect of Wormhole Attacks on MANET.- Distributed Online Fault Diagnosis in Wireless Sensor Networks.- Ambient Intelligence for Patient-Centric Healthcare Delivery: Technologies, Framework and Applications.- Evolutionary Algorithms for Coverage and Connectivity Problems in Wireless Sensor Networks: A Study.- Nature-Inspired Algorithms for k-Coverage and m-Connectivity Problems in Wireless Sensor Networks.- Swarm Intelligent Based Detection in the Uplink of Large-Scale MIMO Wireless Communication Systems.- A Non-linear Strategy Management Approach in Software Defined Ad-hoc Network.- Image Encryption in IoT Devices using DNA and Hyperchaotic Neural Network.- Implementation of Traffic Priority Aware Medium Access Control Protocol for Wireless Body Area Networks.- Enhanced Shortest Path Routing Protocol using Fuzzy C Means Clustering for Compromised WSN to Control Risk.- Fuzzy Petri Nets based Intelligent Routing Protocol for Ad-Hoc Network.
Dr. Santosh Kumar Das received his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (ISM), Dhanbad, India, in 2018 and completed his M. Tech. degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (erstwhile WBUT), West Bengal, India, in 2013. He is currently working as Assistant Professor at School of Computer Science & Engineering, National Institute of Science and Technology, Berhampur, Odisha-761008. He is having more than eight years teaching experience. He has contributed more than 25 research papers. His research interests mainly focus on Ad-hoc and Sensor Network, Artificial Intelligence, Soft Computing, and Mathematical modeling.
Mr. Sourav Samanta is currently working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at University Institute of Technology, The University of Burdwan, West Bengal, India. Before joining the University Institute of Technology, he worked as lecturer at the GobindpurSephali Memorial Polytechnic, Guskara, Burdwan, West Bengal. He has completed M. Tech in Computer Science and Engineering from JIS College of Engineering, Kalyani, West Bengal and completed B.E in Information Technology from University Institute of Technology, Burdwan, West Bengal respectively. He has more than six years, academic experience.
His research area includes Bio Inspired Computing, Quantum Machine Learning and Information Security, Networking. He has published 40 research papers in various reputed International Journals and Conference and co-authored a book. He is a regular reviewer of IEEE Access and IEEE Sensor Journals. He serves as Program Committee member for various International Conferences. He has an interest in interdisciplinary research. He is a member of Computer Society of India and International Association of Engineers.
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Discusses design frameworks for wireless network
Presents the current state of the art in wireless networks around the globe
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