IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering (IOSR-JCE)

Volume 14- Issue 5

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Logical Issue for the Internet Community to Address Is That of Effective Cryptography Standards for the Conduct of Business and Personal Communications
Country : India
Authors : Baappaditya Jana
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Abstract: Many organizations are working hard to secure themselves from the growing threats of message hacking through various trends in cryptography. Yet the headlines are dominated with the latest news of message passing disaster more frequently than any time before. This document intends to review this problem and propose several possible solutions. The cryptographic industry has been responding to these threats with ever-quicker responses to the rapid onslaught of malicious techniques, while corporations establish strict cryptographic techniques.

Index Terms- Security Threats, Cryptosystems, Ciph Downline Load Security ertext,Encryption,Decryption, Interception, Interruption, Fabrication, Authentication, Password Hashing.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Knowledge Management in Software Enterprise
Country : India
Authors : Mrs. S. Mala, Dr. K. Alagarsamy
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Abstract: Knowledge management is expected to be integral part any software development and services companies. Knowledge has become an important capital for many organizations in the international competition. So knowledge management is gradually becoming the core competence and key of sustainable development for organizations. Many enterprises have already used concepts and methods of knowledge management for operation and achieved remarkable results. Based on the analysis of knowledge management system, a framework model for enterprise knowledge management is presented in this paper. For an enterprise, it is necessary to build this knowledge management system to share knowledge resources, provide scientific supports for decision-making, face fiercely competitive market, and so on.

Keywords: Knowledge Management, Software Enterprise, Knowledge Creation, Generation, Acquisition, Application, Distribution, Identification

[1]. Research on Knowledge Management System in Enterprise - Hua Jiang ; Sch. of Economic & Manage., Hebei Univ. of Eng., Handan, China ; Cuiqing Liu ; Zhenxing Cui
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[3]. Explicit knowledge -
[4]. Ref. Nonaka I., Takeuchi H., The Knowledge Creating Company, (1995), Oxford University Press
[5]. Knowledge in software life cycle - Havlice, Z. ; Dept. of Computer& Inf., Tech. Univ. of Kosice, Kosice ; Kunstar, J. ; Adamuscinova, I. ; Plocica, O.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Propose Data Mining AR-GA Model to Advance Crime analysis
Country : Iraq
Authors : Emad K. Jabar, Soukaena H. Hashem, Enas M. Hessian
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Abstract: Historically solving crimes has been the privilege of the criminal justice and law enforcement specialists. With the increasing use of the computerized systems to track crimes, computer data analysts have started helping the law enforcement officers and detectives to speed up the process of solving crimes. According to, solving crimes is a complex task that requires human intelligence and experience. In this research we belief data mining is a technique that can assist law enforcement officers with crime detection problems, so the proposal tries to benefits years of human experience into computer models via data mining. Here we will take an interdisciplinary approach between computer science and criminal justice to develop a proposed data mining model. The proposed model is a three correlated dimensional model; each dimension is a datasets, first one present crime dataset second present criminal dataset and the third present geo-crime dataset. This model apply the Association Rules AR data mining algorithm on each of the three correlated dataset separately then using Genetic Algorithm GA as mixer of the resulted ARs to exploit the relational patterns among crime, criminal and geo-crime to help to detect universal crimes patterns and speed up the process of solving crime with more accurate. This research introduces suggestion to secure the results of the data mining association rules. For privacy preserving secure datasets we aim to hide the general secure and sensitive rules from appearing as a result of applying AR. This could be done by making the confidence of secure rules equal to zero by modifying the supports of critical and sensitive items in these rules. The proposal applied on real crime data from a dependable sheriff's office and validated our results.

Keywords: Crime Analysis, Data Mining, AR, GA, Crimnal.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Survey of different Web Application Attacks & Its Preventive Measures
Country : India
Authors : Rajesh M. Lomte, Prof. S. A. Bhura
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Abstract: Securing web is like securing our nation. Our whole world is Internet dependent In each sector internet is very much essential. So, internet security is very much promising task for us. More than 80% attacks are at application layer and almost 90% applications are vulnerable to these attacks. The essential services like banking, education, medicine and defense are internet based application needed high level security services which are essential for the socio-eco growth of the society. In this paper we are discussed the different types of web application attacks like DOS attack, Cross Site Scripting attack(XSS), SQL Injection Attack ,Request Encoding Attack. Survey of these attacks happening in last three to four years .latest happening with these attacks in India & out of India in the year 2012-13 & 13-14. Similarly we are measuring impact of each attack and putting its proposed counter measures.

Keywords: IDS - Intrusion detection system ,XSS – Cross site scripting, SQL-Sequential query language, DOS- Denial of Services

[1] Monika Sachdeva, Krishan Kumar Gurvinder Singh Kuldip Singh SBS College of Engg. & Technology, Guru Nanak Dev University Indian Institute of Technology Ferozepur, Punjab, India Amritsar, Punjab, India Roorkee, Uttarakhand, Indiamonika.sal( gzsbawa7 1( kds56fec(&riitr.ernetmin) Performance Analysis of Web Service under DDoS Attacks 2009 IEEE International Advance Computing Conference (IACC 2009) Patiala, India, 6-7 March 2009
[2] Diallo Abdoulaye Kindy1,2 and Al-Sakib Khan Pathan2, A Detailed Survey on Various Aspects of SQL Injection in Web Applications: Vulnerabilities, Innovative Attacks, and Remedies, 1CustomWare, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2Department of
Computer Science, International Islamic University Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and , 2012

[3] DDoS Attacks in the United Kingdom: 2012 Annual Trends and Impact Survey [4] Joaquin Garcia-Alfaro1 and Guillermo Navarro-Arribas2, Prevention of Cross-Site Scripting Attacks on Current Web Applications_,1 Universitat Oberta de Catalunya,Rambla Poble Nou 156, 08018 Barcelona - Spain,
2 Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Edifici Q, Campus de Bellaterra, 08193, Bellaterra - Spain,
[5] William G.J. Halfond, Jeremy Viegas, and Alessandro Orso College of Computing Georgia Institute of Technology {whalfond|jeremyv|orso}, A Classification of SQL Injection Attacks and Countermeasures, College of ComputingGeorgia Institute of Technology {whalfond|jeremyv|orso},

[6] Mark Curphey The Open Web Application Security Project David Endler iDefense William Hau Steve Taylor Predictive Solutions Tim Smith The Open Web Application Security Project Alex Russell OWASP Filters project Secure Pipe Inc. Gene McKenna Richard Parke Kevin McLaughlin," A Guide to Building Secure Web Applications The Open Web Application Security Project"

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Survey on Red Tacton Technology for Human Area Network
Country : India
Authors : S. Sibi Chakkaravarthy, K. A.Varun Kumar, G. Arun Karthick, K. Kavitha
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Abstract: Red Tacton was one of the advanced Pervasive technology that are genuinely user-friendly to everyone will require technologies that enablecommunication between people and objects in close proximity. Focusing on the naturalness, inevitability,and sense of security conveyed by touching in everyday life, this article describes human area networking technology that enables communication by touching, which we call RedTacton. Here, the human body acts as a transmission medium supporting IEEE 802.3 half-duplex communication at 10Mbit/s. The key component of the transceiver is an electric-field sensor implemented with an electrooptic crystal and laser light.RedTacton uses the minute electric field generated by human body as medium for transmitting the data.The chips which will be embedded in various devices contain transmitter and receiver built to send and accept data in digital format.In this paper we surveyed the red tactontechnology,working principle of red tacton over human area network,application,protocols for data transmission etc.

Keywords: Red Tecton, HAN.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Agriculture Ontology for Sustainable Development in Nigeria
Country : Nigeria
Authors : Emmanuel Ukpe
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Abstract: Nigeria, a country of more than 160 million people; also, the biggest oil exporter in Africa [1] Nigeria with her oil wealth, food security, and unemployment remains a serious problem. Shortage and increase in food prices has raised serious concerns regarding food and nutrition security across the country. Logical action is required to support vulnerable citizens (about 90%) cope with increases in food prices; assist farmers to quickly respond to the "opportunity" presented in an attempt to mitigate food security. To this end, this paper presents a proactive strategy for food security. An ontology-driven information retrieval system for agriculture cross languages search engine is proposed, a Nigeria Agricultural Ontology (NAO). Ontology, not only to structure and standardize agricultural terminology, but to provide information which would assist farmers to facilitate agricultural production, reduce dependence on food imports, revitalized agricultural sector, create employment andthereby attained food security for Nigeria.

Keywords: Agriculture, food security, thesaurus, ontology

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Analysis and Implementation of Efficient Association Rules using K-mean and Neuralgas Algorithm
Country : India
Authors : Mohnish Patel, Prashant Richariya, Anurag Shrivastava
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Abstract: Efficient Privacy Preserving association rule mining has emerged as a latest research issue. In this thesis work, existing algorithms, Increase Support of Left Hand Side and Decrease Support of Right Hand Side are implemented successfully on the real data for Privacy Preserving Association Rule Mining. To provide privacy to sensitive data we also propose and implement a new algorithm .The performance of new algorithm is also compared with existing algorithms on the basis of number of rule pruned. The result show that proposed algorithm is more efficient as it performs privacy preserving mining by pruning more rules. Securing these against unauthorized access to the long-term goal of the database security research base community and the government statistical agencies. Whether data is personal or corporate data, data mining offers the potential to reveal what other regard as sensitive (private). In some cases, it may be of mutual benefit for two parties' even competitors to be share their data for analysis task. They would like to it will be ensure their own data remains private. In other good words, there is a need to protect sensitive knowledge during a data mining process. For Experimental work, we have used a realistic database of Doctor Patient Evaluation is taken from Medical College.

Keywords: Association rule, Apriori Algorithm, Clustering, k-Mean, Neural Network.

[1] N.V. Muthu & K. Sandhaya Rani, "Privacy Preserving association rule mining in vertically partitioned data", International journal of computer applications, Feb 2012.
[2] Fosca Giannotti, Laks V. S. Lakshmanan, Anna Monreale, Dino Pedreschi, and Hui (Wendy) Wang, "Privacy-Preserving Mining of Association Rules From Outsourced Transaction Databases", IEEE 2012.
[3] Yogendra kumar Jain, Vinod kumar yadav & Geetiks S. Pandey, "An Efficient Association Rule Hiding Algorithm for Privacy Preserving Data Mining", International Journal on Computer Science and Engineering (IJCSE), 7 July 2011.
[4] Krishnamoorthy Siva Kumar, " Spectral Filtering Technique Method", Proceedings of the Third IEEE International Conference on Data Mining, pages 40-48, 2003.
[5] Shyue-Liang Wang,Ayat Jafari, Department of Computer Science, New York Institute of Technology, New York, USA, "Hiding Sensitive predictive Association Rule", 2005.
[6] Kasthuri S and Meyyappan T, "Hiding Sensitive Association Rule Using Heuristic Approach", International Journal of Data Mining & Knowledge Management Process (IJDKP), Vol.3, No.1, January 2013.
[7] M.Mahendran, Dr.R.Sugumar, K.Anbazhagan, R.Natarajan, "An Efficient Algorithm for Privacy Preserving Data Mining Using Heuristic Approach", International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering Vol. 1, Issue 9, November 2012.
[8] Janakiramaiah Bonam, Dr.RamaMohan Reddy A, Kalyani G, " An Approach for Privacy Preserving in Association Rule Mining Using Data Restriction", International Journal of Engineering Science Invention, January 2013.
[9] Cornelia Gyõrödi, Robert Gyõrödi, Dr. Stefan Holban, "A Comparative Study of Association Rules Mining Algorithms", IJSCE, January 2013.
[10] Yogendra Kumar Jain, "An Efficient Association Rule Hiding Algorithm for Privacy Preserving Data Mining", IJSCE, July 2011.

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Study of SaaS and its Application in Cloud
Country : India
Authors : Kajal Kadam, Deepti Rajwal, Deepali Band, Ziya Chougule, Atul Yadav
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Abstract: This paper contains information on Cloud computing and various services provided by it. Services provided are SaaS, PaaS&IaaS. We will mainly focus on SaaS in which customer is not needed to pay for the entire software; the customer could pay for only those services which they need.

Keywords: Cloud, IaaS, SaaS, Soft serve, PaaS.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Incremental Mining of Sequential Patterns Using Weights
Country : India
Authors : Archana Kollu, Vinay Kumar Kotakonda
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Abstract: Real life sequential databases are usually not static. They tend to grow incrementally. So after every update a frequent pattern may no longer remains frequent while some infrequent patterns may appear as frequent in updated database. It is not a good idea to mine sequential database from scratch every time as the update occurs. It would be better if we can use the knowledge of already mined sequential patterns to find the complete set of sequential patterns for updated database. An incremental mining algorithm does the same thing. The main goal of an incremental mining algorithm is to reduce the time taken to find out the frequent patterns significantly i.e. it should mine the set of frequent patterns in significantly less time than a non-incremental mining algorithm. In this work we have approached using weight constraints, in time and space, of an idea of already existing algorithm called WSM.

Keywords: Frequent patterns, incremental mining, Sequential databases, sequential patterns, weight constrains

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[4] Cheng H., Yan X., Han J., "Inc Span: Incremental Mining of Sequential Patterns in Large Database", Proc. ACM KDD Conf. on Knowledge Discovery in Data, Washington (KDD‟04), 2004.

[5] F. Masseglia, P. Ponce let, and M. Teisseire, "Incremental mining of sequential patterns in large data bases", Data Knowledge Eng., 46:97–121, 2003.

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Traffic Dynamics in Virtual Routing Multi Topology System
Country : India
Authors : K. Chennakeshavulu, Mr. S. K. Prasanth
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Abstract: Providing a better performance is the key in IP network systems.An Adaptive Multipath Routing(AMR) system is introduced to handle the unpredicted traffic dynamics. The proposed system consists of Weight Computation component that sets the link weights and producing the maximum paths in the virtual routing multi topology. Based on the produced paths, an adaptive Traffic Splitting mechanism performing the traffic splitting across for every destination in the network within a short period. The system is using the Multiple Routing Configurations method to handle the node and link failures in the network ,allowing packet forwarding to carry on pre-configured alternative next-hops immediately after the recognition of the failure .The proposed mechanism giving the better quality of service and network performance.

Keywords: AMR,ATC,IGP,TE

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Text Extraction of Colour Images using Mathematical Morphology & HAAR Transform
Country : India
Authors : Mansi Agarwal, Adesh Kumar, Vimal Gupta
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Abstract: Digital image processing is an ever expanding and dynamic area with applications reaching out into our daily life such as digital signature, authentication, surveillance, medicine, space exploration, automated industry inspection and many others areas. Theseapplications are involved in different processes like image enhancement, object detection, features extraction, colour imaging etc. Implementation of such applications on a general purpose computer can be easier, but every time it is not efficient due to additional constraints on memory and other peripheral devices. Out of the five senses – sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste, humans use to perceive their environment. Among all,sight of images is the most powerful. More than 99% of the activity of the human brain is involved in processing images from the visual cortex. A visual image is rich in information. There is an efficient yet simple method to extract text regions from video sequences or static images. The speed of Haar discrete wavelet transform (DWT) operates the fastest among all wavelets because its coefficients are either 1 or -1. It is one of the reasons that Haar DWT is used to detect edges of candidate text regions. Image sub bands contain both text edges and non-text edges. The intensity of the text edges is also different from that of the non-text edges. Therefore, thresholdingis used to preliminary remove the non-text edges. Text regions of colour images are composed of horizontal edges, vertical edges and diagonal edges. Morphological dilation operators as AND, OR are applied to connect isolated text edges of each detail component sub-band in a transformed binary image. The simulation is carried out on MATLAB 2012 image processing tool.

Keywords: Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT), HAAR Transform, Mathematical Morphology

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Performance of Web Services on Smart Phone Platforms
Country : India
Authors : Rajitha B.
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Abstract: This paper is proposed to investigate Web Services (WSs) performance on nomadic device like the Apple iPod touch. Because of the reduced capabilities of the mobile devices, clients residing in these terminals should be as simple as possible. So, we propose to move part of the business logic to an intermediate service provider. A WS can share a conceptual functionality between various WS, although they could be implemented in different locations and with different characteristics. A WS provider makes the mobile client independent of the implementation details as well as of their availability. A WS basically developed using two methods SOAP and REST. In this paper we measured the performance of these two Web Service's on the mobile device and analyzed which is efficient.

Keywords: Web Services, Service Oriented Architectures, RESTFul Services, Simple Object Access Protocol.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : An Efficient Approach for Outlier Detection in Wireless Sensor Network
Country : India
Authors : Prof. Suneet Shukla, Jyotika Saxena
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Abstract: Wireless Sensor Networks are those networks which include many sensors, sensors have many sensor nodes that are spread all over the world. A wireless sensor network (WSN) normally has many sensor nodes which are very modest, having minimum cost dispersed over the world having high-powered sink nodes which collect the readings of the sensor nodes. These nodes are comprised with high sensing power, processing and wireless communication abilities. A sensor network involves large number of sensors, collecting and communicating the sensor measurements of observing physical world scenarios. The main problem in WSN is outlier. Basically outlier is an element of a data set that falls in an abnormal range. For the capabilities of WSNs, it is clear that we need an accurate and robust technique which can be used for multivariate data too and can give the optimum results in output threshold, and that technique should help to increase the special characteristics of WSNs such as node mobility, network topology change and making distinction between errors and events. Among all the techniques KERNEL FUNCTIONS is the best technique because it can be used for multivariate data also. Except it FTDA and LSH are also produce optimum results.

Keywords: fault-tolerant data aggregation scheme, Kernel Density , LSH, Outlier Detection , Wireless Sensor Network

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Efficient Disease Classifier Using Data Mining Techniques: Refinement of Random Forest Termination Criteria
Country : India
Authors : K. Kalaiselvi, K. Sangeetha, S. Mogana
: 10.9790/0661-145104111      logo

Abstract: In biomedical field, the classification of disease using data mining is the critical task. The prediction accuracy plays a vital role in disease data set. More data mining classification algorithms like decision trees, neural networks, Bayesian classifiers are used to diagnosis the diseases. In decision tree Random Forest, Initially a forest is constructed from ten tress. The accuracy is measured and compared with desired accuracy. If the selected best split of trees matched the desired accuracy the construction terminates. Otherwise a new tree is added with random forest and accuracy is measured. The fitting criteria of random forest are accuracy and correlation. The accuracy is based on the mean absolute percentage error (MAPE) and the mean absolute relative error (MARE).In proposed system to refine the termination criteria of Random Forest, Binomial distribution, multinomial distribution and sequential probability ratio test (SPRT) are used. The proposed method stops the random forest earlier compared with existing Random Forest algorithm. The supervised learning model like support vector machine takes a set of inputs and analyze the inputs and recognize the desired patterns. The disease data sets are supplied to SVM and prediction accuracy is measured. The comparison is made between Random Forest and SVM and best class labels are identified based on disease.

Keywords: SVM, Random Forest, Disease classification.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Multilevel Privacy Preserving by Linear and Non Linear Data Distortion
Country : India
Authors : Sangore Rohidas Balu
: 10.9790/0661-145112119      logo

Abstract: These days privacy preservation topic is based on one of the heated topics of data mining today. With the development of data mining technology, an increasing number of data can be mined out to reveal some potential information about user. While this will lead to a severe problem, which is users' privacy may be violated easily. The goal of privacy preserving is to mine the potential valuable knowledge without leakage of sensitive records, in other words, use non-sensitive data to infer sensitive data. There are many research and branches in this area. Most of them analyze and optimize the technologies and algorithms of privacy preserving data mining. Privacy Preserving Data Mining (PPDM) is used to extract relevant knowledge from large amount of data and at the same time protect the sensitive information from the data miners. The problem in privacy-sensitive domain is solved by the development of the Multi-Level (Multi-Party) Trust Privacy Preserving Data Mining (MLT-PPDM) where multiple differently perturbed copies of the same data is available to data miners at different trusted levels. In MLT-PPDM data owners generate perturbed data by various techniques like Parallel generation, Sequential generation and On-demand generation. MLT-PPDM is robust against the diversity attacks.

Index Terms: Data mining, Data Perturbation, Multiparty Privacy Preserving.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Classification of News and Research Articles Using Text Pattern Mining
Country : India
Authors : Mr. Sujit V. Chaudhari, RKDF IST, Prof. Shrikant Lade, RKDF IST
: 10.9790/0661-145120126      logo

Abstract: Text mining is nothing but the discovery of interesting knowledge in text documents. But there is a big challenging issue that how to guarantee the quality of discovered relevant features. And that are in the text documents for describing user preferences because of the large number of terms, patterns and noise. For text mining there are basically two types of approaches; one is term based approach and another is phrase based approach. But term based approach suffered with the problem of polysemy and synonymy. And phrase based approach suffered with low frequency occurrence. But phrase based approaches are better than the term based approaches. But pattern based approach is better than the term based and phrase based approach. The proposed method utilize pattern approach with the set of keywords, which is an innovative and effective pattern discovery technique by which research articles, news articles classification of different field are done and more than 80 percent of documents are successfully identified.

Index Terms: Computer Networks, Network Security, Anomaly Detection, Intrusion Detection.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Review on security issues of AODV routing protocol for MANETs
Country : India
Authors : Miss Morli Pandya, Associate Prof. Ashish Kr. Shrivastava
: 10.9790/0661-145127134      logo

Abstract: Ad hoc networks are a new wireless networking paradigm for mobile hosts. Unlike traditional mobile wireless networks, ad hoc networks do not rely on any fixed infrastructure, Instead, hosts rely on each other to keep the network connected. One main challenge in the design of these networks is their vulnerability to security attacks. In this Survey, we study the threats an ad hoc network faces and the security goals to be achieved. We identify the new challenges and opportunities posed by this new networking environment and explore new approaches to secure its communication. Routing protocols, which act as the binding force in these networks, are a common target of these nodes. Ad-hoc On Demand Distance Vector (AODV) is one of the widely used routing protocols that is currently undergoing extensive research and development. AODV is based on distance vector routing, but the updates are shared not on a periodic basis but on an as per requirement basis. The control packets contain a hop count and sequence number field that identifies the freshness of routing updates. As these fields are mutable, it creates a potential vulnerability that is frequently exploited by malicious nodes to advertise better routes. Similarly, transmission of routing updates in clear text also discloses vital information about the network topology, which is again a potential security hazard. This research addresses the problem of securing Mobile Ad Hoc Networks routing protocols. In this survey we examine different routing protocols and various types of routing security attacks. We also perform a survey in search for different routing security schemes that have been proposed to prevent and/or detect these attacks, and point out their advantages and drawbacks.

Keywords: Ad-hoc Network, (AODV) Ad-hoc On Demand Distance Vector, ARN (Authenticated Routing for Ad-hoc Networks).

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Enhancement in Weighted PageRank Algorithm Using VOL
Country : India
Authors : Sonal Tuteja
: 10.9790/0661-145135141      logo

Abstract: There are billions of web pages available on the World Wide Web (WWW). So there are lots of search results corresponding to a user's query out of which only some are relevant. The relevancy of a web page is calculated by search engines using page ranking algorithms. Most of the page ranking algorithm use web structure mining and web content mining to calculate the relevancy of a web page. In this paper, the standard Weighted PageRank algorithm is being modified by incorporating Visits of Links(VOL).The proposed method takes into account the importance of both the number of visits of inlinks and outlinks of the pages and distributes rank scores based on the popularity of the pages. So, the resultant pages are displayed on the basis of user browsing behavior.

Keywords: inlinks, outlinks, search engine, web mining, World Wide Web (WWW).

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