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1
Bala Siddulu Malga
Professor
Fluid Dynamics
Hyderabad,Andhra Pradesh,India
2
K. MUTHUVEL
Assistant Professor
Languages, Translation and Culture studies
GWALIOR,Madhya Pradesh,India
3
P.Raman
Professor
Financial Management, Corporate Finance, Security Analysis and Portfolio Management, Economic analysis for business, Principles of management, Banking and financial services etc.,
Chennai,Tamil Nadu,India
4
P.Raman
Professor
Handling class for Both (UG) Engineering and PG MBA students, specialized in capital markets in particular Security analysis and portfolio management, Financial management, Merchant Banking and financial services, Banking, Corporate Finance.
Chennai,Tamil Nadu,India
5
NILANJANA BHATTACHARYYA NATH
TEACHING
TOXICOLOGY, BIOTECHNOLOGY, MICROBIOLOGY
KOLKATA,West Bengal,India
6
Subhasis Basu
Scholar
Process Engineering, Environmental Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry. Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry.
Calcutta,West Bengal,India
7
Dr. Mallikarjuna Reddy Doodipala
Professor
Internet Traffic Modeling, Performance Analysis of Routers & Fitting Procedures-Markovian Approach Internet Traffic is bursty and self similar [1-2].The long range dependent characteristics of the self-similar traffic severely degrade network performance. Fractal Traffic Models, such as Fractional Brownian Motion (FBM), Fractional Auto Regressive Integrated Moving Average (FARIMA) etc., although parsimonious are asymptotic in nature. Therefore, they are not suitable traffic models for the queuing based performance analysis when the buffer depth is small. There is an argument that traditional short range dependent (SRD) traffic, such as Markovian arrivals processes (MAPs) could be used to emulate the self-similarity over the desired time-scale [3,4]. Hence self-similar internet traffic input to a router (switch) can be modeled as queuing system with MAP input. Performance measures such as Packet Loss Probability, Mean Waiting Time against Traffic Intensity or Buffer Capacity will be computed. All these performance measures involve steady state probability vector of MAP. Here research problem could be of twofold: First we shall try to fit the self-similar traffic based on second-order statistics of counts using Markovian Models. Second we shall investigate the way of computing steady state vector of Markovian System on lines of matrix geometric solutions. From the mathematics point of view, one has to compute this steady state probability vector using matrix geometric solutions. This is an interdisciplinary research consisting of Statistics, Computer Science and Mathematics. Expertise from statistics as well as mathematics is indeed. References: 1. W.E Leland, M.S.Tqqu, W.Willinger and D.V.Wilson “ on the self-similar nature of Ethernet Traffic”(Extended Version) IEEE/ACM Tran. Network Vol-2 no.1 pp.1-15 Feb-1994. 2. M.Crovella and A.Bestavros “ Self-Similarity in worldwide wise web traffic: Evidence and possible causes” proc.1996 ACM SIGMETRICS International Conference on measurement and modeling of Computer System PP.160-169 May-1996. 3. A.T.Anderson and B.F.Nielson “ A Marcovian approach for moduling packet traffic with long range dependency. IEEE T.Sel.Areas commum Vol.16 No 5.PP 719-738 June-1998. 4. S.K.Shao, M.R.Pareti, M.G.Tsao, H.W.Tsao and J.Wu, “ Generalized Variance based on Markovian fitting for Self-Similar Traffic Modeling” IEICE Trans.commum.Vol E84-B No.8 PP 4659-4663,Dec-2005.
Hanamkonda,Warangal,Andhra Pradesh,India
8
Arunima Sur
Teaching
My research interest is in the field of Biodegradation, microbial enzyme assay and its molecular characterisation. I am interested in field of Microbiology, molecular and RDNA.
Raipur,Madhya Pradesh,India
9
Ibrahim Patel
Faculty of Engineering College
Speech recognition, Image Processing Digital signal processing.
Narsapur ,Andhra Pradesh,India
10
Natrayan
Research Associate
Manufacturing, Optimization, Product development, Design and analysis, Composites, Material characterization.
Theni,Tamil Nadu,India
11
Vivek Madhukarrao Sonde
Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Production and Manufacturing, Mathematical Model, Human Power Mechanism, Wood Chipper
Nagpur,Maharashtra,India
12
Vivek Madhukarrao Sonde
Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Production and Manufacturing, Mathematical Model, Human Power Mechanism, Wood Chipper
Nagpur,Maharashtra,India
13
Vivek Madhukarrao Sonde
Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Production and Manufacturing, Mathematical Model, Human Power Mechanism, Wood Chipper
Nagpur,Maharashtra,India
14
Vivek Madhukarrao Sonde
Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering, Production Engg, Industrial Engg, Experimental Data Based Mathematical Model, Human Powered Flywheel Motor.
Nagpur,Maharashtra,India
15
Dr Mehul Patel
Assistant Professor
Computer Science , ERP, CRM, Management, E-COMMERCE AND Value Educations
ANAND,Gujarat,India
16
J. KHAJA MOHINUDDEEN
Teaching
Accounting, Taxation, Finance and International Business
Ballari,Karnataka,India
17
Vemireddy suryanarayanareddy
Assistant professor
Power systems,power electronics,control system ,machines
Nellore,Andhra Pradesh,India
18
Vemireddy suryanarayanareddy
Assistant professor
Power systems,power electronics,control system ,machines
Nellore,Andhra Pradesh,India
19
Ramesh L
Assistant Professor
Information security
ooty,Tamil Nadu,India
20
Ramesh L
Assistant Professor
INFORMATION SECURITY,NETWORKS,INTERNET ON THINGS,DATA MINING
ooty,Tamil Nadu,India