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  • Design a New Image Encryption using Fuzzy Integral Permutation with Coupled Chaotic Maps
    using cellular automata transform Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence vol 10 issue 6 pp 581 591 1997 doi 10 1016 S0952 1976 97 00040 7 Rong Jian Chen Jui Lin Lai Image security system using recursive cellular automata substitution Pattern Recognition vol 40 issue 5 pp 1621 1631 2007 doi 10 1016 j patcog 2006 11 011 Shiguo Lian Jinsheng Sun Zhiquan Wang A block cipher based on a suitable use of the chaotic standard map Chaos Solitons Fractals vol 26 issue 1 pp 117 129 2005 doi 10 1016 j chaos 2004 11 096 H S Kwok Wallace K S Tang A fast image encryption system based on chaotic maps with finite precision representation Chaos Solitons Fractals vol 32 issue 4 pp 1518 1529 2007 doi 10 1016 j chaos 2005 11 090 H Cheng Xiaobo Li Partial encryption of compressed images and videos IEEE Transactions on Signal Processive vol 48 no 8 pp 2439 2451 2000 doi 10 1109 78 852023 Robert Matthews One the derivation of a chaotic encryption algorithm Cryptologia vol 13 issue 1 pp 29 42 1989 doi 10 1080 0161 118991863745 M S Baptista Cryptography with chaos Physics Letters A vol 240 issues 1 2 pp 50 54 1998 doi 10 1016 S0375 9601 98 00086 3 Kuo Liang Chung Lung Chun Chang Large encrypting binary images with higher security Pattern Recognition Letters vol 19 issue 5 6 pp 461 468 1998 doi 10 1016 S0167 8655 98 00017 8 Tiegang Gao Zengqiang Chen Image encryption based on a new total shuffling algorithm Chaos Solitons Fractals vol 38 issue 1 pp 213 220 2008 doi 10 1016 j chaos 2006 11 009 Fuyan Sun Shutang Liu Zhongqin Li Zongwang Lü A novel image encryption scheme based on spatial chaos map Chaos Solitons Fractals vol 38 issue 3 pp 631 640 2008 doi 10 1016 j chaos 2008 01 028 Linhua Zhang Xiaofeng Liao Xuebing Wang An image encryption approach based on chaotic maps Chaos Solitons Fractals 24 pp 759 765 2005 doi 10 1016 j chaos 2004 09 035 Kwok Wo Wong Bernie Sin Hung Kwok Wing Shing Law A fast image encryption scheme based on chaotic standard map Physics Letters A 372 15 pp 2645 2652 2008 Z H Guan F Huang W Guan Chaos based image encryption algorithm Physics Letters A 346 pp 153 157 2005 S Behnia A Akhshani H Mahmodi A Akhavan A novel algorithm for image encryption based on mixture of chaotic maps Chaos Solitons Fractals vol 35 issue 2 408 419 2008 doi 10 1016 j chaos 2006 05 011 Sahar Mazloom Amir Masud Eftekhari Moghadam Color image encryption based on coupled nonlinear chaotic map Chaos Solitons and Fractals vol 42 issue 3 pp 1745 1754 2009 doi 10 1016 j chaos 2009 03 084 Shubo Liu Jing Sun Zhengquan Xu An improved image encryption algorithm based on chaotic system Journal of Computers vol 4 no 11 pp 1091 1100 2009 doi 10 4304 jcp 4 11 1091

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  • An Adaptive Load Sharing Algorithm for Heterogeneous Distributed System
    tasks or load of the overloaded node will be sent to the under loaded node that has less processing weight to minimize the response time of the tasks Load balancing is a tool used effectively for balancing the load among the systems Dynamic load balancing takes into account of the current system state for migration of the tasks from heavily loaded nodes to the lightly loaded nodes In this paper we devised an adaptive load sharing algorithm to balance the load by taking into consideration of connectivity among the nodes processing capacity of each node and link capacity References Cited By M M Hayat S Dhakal C T Abdallah I Dynamic time delay models for load balancing Part II Stochastic analysis of the effect of delay uncertainty CNRS NSF Workshop Advances in Control of tirne delay Systems Paris France January 2003 J Ghanem C T Abdallah M M Hayat S Dhakal J D Birdwell J Chiasson and Z Tang Implementation of load balancing algorithms over a local area network and the internet 43rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control Submitted Bahamas 2004 doi 10 1109 CDC 2004 1429411 L Anand D Ghose and V Mani ELISA An Estimated Load Information Scheduling Algorithm for Distributed Computing Systems Int l J Computers and Math With Applications vol 37 no 8 pp 57 85 Apr 1999 doi 10 1016 S0898 1221 99 00101 7 WEI Wen hong XIANG Fei WANG Wen feng et al Load Balancing Algorithm in Structure P2P Systems J Computer Science 2010 37 4 82 85 Khalifa A S Fergany T A Ammar R A Tolba M F Dynamic online Allocation of Independent tasks onto heterogeneous computing systems to maximize load balancing IEEE International Symposium on Signal Processing and Information Technology ISSPIT 2008 Page s 418 425 doi 10 1109 ISSPIT 2008 4775659 Andras Veres and Miklos Boda The chaotic nature of TCP congestion control In Proceedings of the IEEE Infocom pages 1715 1723 2000 doi 10 1109 INFCOM 2000 832571 J Chiasson J D Birdwell Z Tang and C T Abdallah The effect of time delays in the stability of load balancing algorithms for parallel computations IEEE Conference on Decision and Control Maui Hawaii 2003 doi 10 1109 CDC 2003 1272626 Ming wu and Xian He sun A General Self Adaptive Task Scheduling System for Non Dedicated Heterogeneous Computing In Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Cluster Computing PP 354 361 Dec 2003 doi 10 1109 CLUSTR 2003 1253334 Z Zeng and B Veeravalli Design and Performance Evaluation of Queue and Rate Adjustment Dynamic Load Balancing Policies for Distributed Networks presented at IEEE Trans Computers 2006 pp 1410 1422 doi 10 1109 TC 2006 180 K Lu R Subrata and A Y Zomaya Towards decentralized load balancing in a computational grid environment in Proceedings of the first International Conference on Grid and Pervasive Computing 2006 Vol 3947 pp 466 477 Springer Verlag Press doi 10 1007 11745693 46 Acker D Kulkarni S 2007 A Dynamic Load Dispersion Algorithm for

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  • Voice Recognition System using Template Matching
    utilize discrete Fourier transform to compare the frequency spectra of two voice samples because it remained unchanged as speech is slightly varied Chebyshev inequality is then used to determine whether the two voices came from the same person The algorithm is implemented and tested using MATLAB References Cited By Kinnunen Tomi Li Haizhou An overview of text independent speaker recognition From features to super vectors Speech Communication 52 1 12 40 doi 10 1016 j specom 2009 08 009 Homayoon Beigi Speaker Recognition Biometrics Book 1 Jucheng Yang ed Intech Open Access Publisher 2011 pp 3 28 ISBN 978 953 307 618 8 doi 10 1007 978 0 387 77592 0 Duhamel P and M Vetterli Fast Fourier Transforms A Tutorial Review and a State of the Art Signal Processing Vol 19 April 1990 pp 259 299 doi 10 1016 0165 1684 90 90158 U Oppenheim A V and R W Schafer Discrete Time Signal Processing Prentice Hall 1989 p 611 Oppenheim A V and R W Schafer Discrete Time Signal Processing Prentice Hall 1989 p 619 Rader C M Discrete Fourier Transforms when the Number of Data Samples Is Prime Proceedings of the IEEE Vol 56 June 1968 Current Version June 2005 pp 1107 1108 doi 10 1109 PROC 1968 6477 Oppenheim A V and R W Schafer Discrete Time Signal Processing Englewood Cliffs NJ Prentice Hall 1989 pp 311 312 ITU T Recommendation G 711 Pulse Code Modulation PCM of Voice Frequencies General Aspects of Digital Transmission Systems Terminal Equipments International Telecommunication Union ITU 1993 Beigi Homayoon 2011 Fundamentals of Speaker Recognition Online Available http www wikipedia org wiki speaker recognition Course project Fall 2009 Voice Recognition Using MATLAB California State University Northridge during the semester Online Available http www cnx org content m33347 1 3 module export

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  • Text Independent Biometric Speaker Recognition System
    in MATLAB References Cited By Alexander A Botti F Dessimoz D Drygajlo A The effect of mismatched recording conditions on human and automatic speaker recognition in forensic applications Forensic Science International 146S December 2004 pp 95 99 doi 10 1016 j forsciint 2004 09 078 Gonzalez Rodriguez J Garcia Gomar D G R M Ramos Castro D Ortega Garcia J Robust likelihood ratio estimation in Bayesian forensic speaker recognition In Proc 8th European Conf on Speech Communication and Technology Eurospeech 2003 Geneva Switzerland September 2003 pp 693 696 Niemi Laitinen T Saastamoinen J Kinnunen T Fränti P 2005 Applying MFCC based automatic speaker recognition to GSM and forensic data In Proc Second Baltic Conf on Human Language Technologies HLT 2005 Tallinn Estonia April 2005 pp 317 322 doi 10 1016 j specom 2009 08 009 Pfister B Beutler R 2003 Estimating the weight of evidence in forensic speaker verification In Proc Eighth European Conf on Speech Communication and Technology Eurospeech 2003 Geneva Switzerland September 2003 pp 701 704 Thiruvaran T Ambikairajah E Epps J 2008 FM features for automatic forensic speaker recognition In Proc Interspeech 2008 Brisbane Australia September 2008 pp 1497 1500 Palden Lama and Mounika Namburu Speech Recognition with Dynamic Time Warping using MATLAB CS 525 SPRING 2010 PROJECT REPORT B H Juang L R Rabiner Automatic Speech Recognition A Brief History of the Technology Development Elsevier Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics 2005 R P Lippmann Review of Neural Networks for Speech Recognition Readings in Speech Recognition A Waibel and K F Lee Editors Morgan Kaufmann Publishers pp 374 392 1990 B H Juang C H Lee and Wu Chou Minimum Classification Error Rate Methods for Speech Recognition IEEE Trans Speech Audio Processing T SA vo 5 No 3 pp 257 265 May 1997 doi 10 1109 89 568732 L R Bahl P F Brown P V deSouza and L R Mercer Maximum Mutual Information Estimation of Hidden Markov Model Parameters for Speech Recognition Proc ICASSP 86 Tokyo Japan pp 49 52 April 1986 doi 10 1109 ICASSP 1986 1169179 S Furui Fifty years of progress in speech and speaker recognition Proc 148th ASA Meeting 2004 doi 10 1121 1 4784967 S K Singh Prof P C Pandey Features and Techniques for Speaker Recognition M Tech Credit Seminar Report Electronic Systems Group EE Dept IIT Bombay submitted Nov 03 Davis S Mermelstein P Comparison of Parametric Representations for Monosyllabic Word Recognition in Continuously Spoken Sentences In IEEE Transactions on Acoustics Speech and Signal Processing Vol 28 No 4 pp 357 366 1980 doi 10 1109 TASSP 1980 1163420 Vector Quantizer Encoder Blocks Signal Processing Blockset The Mathworks incorporation 1982 2008 ITU T Recommendation G 711 Pulse Code Modulation PCM of Voice Frequencies General Aspects of Digital Transmission Systems Terminal Equipments International Telecommunication Union ITU 1993 Beigi Homayoon 2011 Fundamentals of Speaker Recognition Online Available http www wikipedia org wiki speaker recognition Course project Fall 2009 Voice Recognition Using MATLAB California State University Northridge during the semester Online Available

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  • LB2CO: A Semantic Ontology Framework for B2C eCommerce Transaction on the Internet
    sharing and the ease of communication between every entity in the domain Through human semantic interaction with the web resources machines to interpret the data published in a machine interpretable form under web However the theoretical practice of business ontology in eCommerce domain is quite a few especially in the section of electronic transaction and the various techniques used to obtain efficient communication across spheres are error prone and are not always guaranteed to be efficient in obtaining desired result due to poor semantic integration between entities To overcome the poor semantic integration this research focuses on proposed ontology called LB2CO which combines the framework of IDEF5 SNAP as an analysis tool for automated recommendation of product and services and create effective ontological framework for B2C transaction communication across different business domains that facilitates the interoperability integration of B2C transactions over the web References Cited By Oscar Corcho Asunción Gómez pérez Facultad De Informática Solving Integration Problems of E Commerce Standards and Initiatives Through Ontological Mappings International Journal of Intelligent Systems vol 16 no 16 2001 Mike Uschold Martin King Stuart Moralee and Yannis Zorgios The Enterprise Ontology The Knowledge Engineering Review vol 13 no 1 pp 31 89 1998 doi 10 1017 S0269888998001088 T Berners Lee J Hendler and O Lassila The semantic web The Scientific American 284 5 pp 29 37 2001 T Berners Lee and J Hendler 2001 Scientific Publishing on the semantic web Nature Science Journals Online Available http www nature com nature debates e access Articles bernerslee html M Uschold M Gruninger Ontologies Principles Methods and Applications In Knowledge Engineering Review vol 11 no 2 pp 93 155 1996 Deborah L McGuinness Ontologies Come of Age Spinning the Semantic Web Bringing the World Wide Web to Its Full Potential MIT Press 2003 Decker Stefan Brickley D Saarela J Angele J A query and inference service for RDF Proceedings of the W3C Query Language Workshop QL 98 vol 96 1998 Elena Simperl Christoph Tempich Tobias Bürger Methodologies for the creation of semantic data Miguel Angel Sicilia ed Handbook of Metadata Semantics and Ontologies World Scientific Publishing Co 2011 Online Available http www ksl svc stanford edu 5915 doc frame editor glossary of terms html Knowledge Based Systems Inc KBSI IDEF5 Ontology Description Capture Overview IDEF5 Overview Online Available http www idef com idef5 html Zhang Pengyi Yan Qu Chen Huang Designing a Multi Layered Ontology for the Science and Technology Innovation Concept Knowledge Base 44th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences HICSS pp 1 10 2011 doi 10 1109 HICSS 2011 147 T R Gruber A translation approach to portable ontology specifications Knowledge Acquisition vol 5 no 2 pp 199 220 1993 doi 0 1006 knac 1993 1008 Adam Farquhar Richard Fikes James Rice The Ontolingua Server a Tool for Collaborative Ontology Construction Online Available http ksi cpsc ucalgary ca KAW KAW96 farquhar farquhar html Hongbing Wang Joshua Zhexue Huang Yuzhong Qu Junyuan Xie Web services problems and future directions Web Semantics Science Services and Agents

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  • Scalable Honeynet Based on Artificial Intelligence Utilizing Cloud Computing
    view of cloud computing Communications of the ACM 53 4 pp 50 58 2010 doi 10 1145 1721654 1721672 Qi Zhang Lu Cheng Raouf Boutaba Cloud computing state of the art and research challenges Journal of Internet Services and Applications vol 1 issue1 pp 7 18 2010 doi 10 1007 s13174 010 0007 6 Rajkumar Buyya Chee Shin Yeo Srikumar Venugopal James Broberg Ivona Brandic Cloud computing and emerging IT platforms Vision hype and reality for delivering computing as the 5th utility Future Generation computer systems vol 25 issue 6 pp 599 616 doi 10 1016 j future 2008 12 001 Peter Mell Timothy Grance The NIST definition of cloud computing NIST special publication 800 145 2011 Katarina Stanoevska Slabeva Thomas Wozniak Cloud basics an introduction to cloud computing Grid and Cloud Computing Springer Berlin Heidelberg pp 47 61 2010 doi 10 1007 978 3 642 05193 7 4 Hui Jie Ding Traffic Flow Data Collection and Signal Control System Based on Internet of Things and Cloud Computing Advanced Materials Research vol 846 pp 1608 1611 2013 doi 10 4028 www scientific net AMR 846 847 1608 Nuno Santos Krishna P Gummadi Rodrigo Rodrigues Towards trusted cloud computing Conference on Hot topics in cloud computing pp 3 2009 doi Peter Mell Tim Grance Effectively and securely using the cloud computing paradigm NIST Information Technology Lab 2009 L Wang J Tao M Kunze A C Castellanos D Kramer W Karl Scientific cloud computing Early definition and experience 10th IEEE International Conference on High Performance Computing and Communications HPCC 08 pp 830 2008 doi 10 1109 HPCC 2008 38 Bernd Grobauer Thomas Schreck Towards incident handling in the cloud challenges and approaches ACM workshop on Cloud computing security workshop pp 77 86 2010 doi 1 0 1145 1866835 1866850 Chang Lung Tsai Uei Chin Lin A Y Chang Chun Jung Chen Information security issue of enterprises adopting the application of cloud computing Sixth International Conference Networked Computing and Advanced Information Management pp 645 649 2010 Sean Carlin Kevin Curran Cloud computing security International Journal of Ambient Computing and Intelligence IJACI vol 3 no 1 pp 14 19 2011 Yanpei Chen Vern Paxson Randy H Katz What s new about cloud computing security University of California Berkeley Report No UCB EECS 2010 5 2010 Borko Furht Armando J Escalante Handbook of cloud computing Springer Publishing Company Incorporated 2010 Brendan Cully Geoffrey Lefebvre Dutch Meyer Mike Feeley Norm Hutchinson Andrew Warfield Remus High availability via asynchronous virtual machine replication Proceedings of the 5th USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation pp 161 174 2008 K Nance B Hay M Bishop Investigating the implications of virtual machine introspection for digital forensics International Conference on Availability Reliability and Security ARES 09 pp 1024 1029 2009 doi 10 1109 ARES 2009 173 Avi Kivity Yaniv Kamay Dor Laor Uri Lublin Anthony Liguori KVM the Linux virtual machine monitor Proceedings of the Linux Symposium vol 1 pp 225 230 2007 F Lombardi R Di Pietro Secure virtualization

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  • Hybrid Simulated Annealing and Nelder-Mead Algorithm for Solving Large-Scale Global Optimization Problems
    10 1109 tevc 2008 2009457 E Dolan Pattern Search Behaviour in Nonlinear Optimization Thesis 1999 S Garcia M Lozano F Herrera D Molina A Snchez Global and local real coded genetic algorithms based on parentcentric crossover operators Eur J Oper Res 185 1088 1113 2008 doi 10 1016 j ejor 2006 06 043 F Glover E Taillard D Werra A user s guide to tabu search Annals of operations research 41 1 pp 1 28 1993 doi 10 1007 BF02078647 M Hadi M Orguna W Pedryczb Hybrid optimization with improved tabu search Appl Soft Comput 11 2 1993 2006 2011 doi 10 1016 j asoc 2010 06 015 P Hansen N Mladenovic M Prezreno Variable neighborhood search methods and applications Ann Oper Res 175 1 367 407 2010 doi 10 1007 s10479 009 0657 6 Hedar AF Ali Tabu search with multi level neighborhood structures for high dimensional problems Appl Intell 37 189 206 2012 doi 110 1007 s10489 011 0321 0 A Hedar A F Ali Genetic algorithm with population partitioning and space reduction for high dimensional problems in Proceeding of the 2009 International Conference on Computer Engineering and Systems ICCES09 PP 151 156 Cairo Egypt 2009 doi 10 1109 icces 2009 5383293 F Herrera M Lozano J Verdegay Tackling real coded genetic algorithms Operators and tools for behavioral analysis Artif Intell Rev 12 265 319 1998 doi 10 1023 a 1006504901164 F Herrera M Lozano D Molina Continuous scatter search An analysis of the integration of some combination methods and improvement strategies Eur J Oper Res 169 2 450 476 2006 doi 10 1016 j ejor 2004 08 009 L Hvattum F Glover Finding local optima of high dimensional functions using direct search methods European Journal of Operational Research 195 31 45 2009 doi 10 1016 j ejor 2008 01 039 D Kim K Kim F Chen Unrelated parallel machine scheduling with setup times using simulated annealing Robotics and Computer Integrated Manufacturing 18 223 231 2002 doi 10 1016 s0736 5845 02 00013 3 S Kirkpatrick C Gelatt M Vecchi Optimization by simulated annealing Science 220 4598 671 680 1983 doi 10 1016 s0736 5845 02 00013 3 T Kolda R Lewies V Torczon Optimization by direct search New perspectives on some classical and modern methods SIAM Review 45 385 482 2003 doi 10 1137 s003614450242889 M Laguna R Mart Experimental testing of advanced scatter search designs for global optimization of multimodal functions J Glob Optim 33 2 235 255 2005 doi 10 1007 s10898 004 1936 z W Lee W Ch P Chen A simulated annealing approach to make span minimization on identical parallel machines International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 31 328 334 2006 doi 10 1007 s00170 005 0188 5 J Liang P Suganthan K Deb Novel composition test functions for numerical global optimization in Proceedings of 2005 IEEE Swarm Intelligence Symposium 8 10 June pp 68 75 2005 doi 10 1109 sis 2005 1501604 J Liang A Qin P Suganthan S Baskar Comprehensive learning

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