The Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) is among the most widely used cellular technology throughout the world. GSM is utilized for a number of uses, but mainly for voice communication and SMS. Security is essential for Global System for Mobile Communications GSM. The security consists of elements utilized to shield the numerous stakeholders, for example service providers & subscribers. In this project, we will discuss: Security Attacks, Cryptographic Protection Methods, Mobile Station (MS), Cryptanalytical Attacks against GS, etc.
This project provides a method to easily convert business rules, written in the PA-notation, to business processes, modeled in BPMN. Business process modeling is now being rapidly employed as a way of business process improvement, perhaps as a way to assess or speed up the business process. Business process modeling utilizes business process modeling languages to establish the business process.
In this project we are going to talk about a policy based mobile base unit (MBU) control system that makes use of OSGi framework which is a type of service oriented architecture. We will also discuss about OSGi framework layer model and OSGi services. The Mobile Base Unit (MBU) performs as a gateway between a body area network and the network employed by health providers.
In this project, we are going to research the queueing behavior in satellite networks to identify issues with using present Active Queue Management AQM methods. Because of rapid growth in internet traffic, Active Queue Management (AQM) is intensively explored by a number of professionals. However, little is known about AQM in satellite networks.
In this project report we are going to discuss next generation networks services based on IP Routing. Next Generation Networks services form the beginning of a whole new age of innovative and cost-effective services where clients will experience significant new service offerings in addition to cost savings in their usage bills for these kinds of services. Some topics discussed in this report are: Next Generation Networks Architecture, Next Generation Network Switches, Multi-Protocol Label Switching, Virtual Private Networks, Wireless Application Protocol, etc.
The main objective of this project report is to study the significance of Information Systems (IS) security. Some topics discussed in this report are: Security in the Information Age, Information Systems Research, The Scandinavian School, Computer Security and IT Security, Security Mechanisms, Actual and perceived Information Systems Security Concepts, etc.
A brain-computer interface is actually a direct communication route involving the brain and an external device. In this particular project, we are going to focus on whether or not using a brain-computer interface (BCI) has a bearing on the social interaction between individuals while taking part in a cooperative game. We also discuss about factors that influence social interaction.
In this project we will discuss about Multi Dimensional Joins. We will be using three different algorithms for executing multi dimensional joins as well as an in-depth survey and exploration of a low-dimensional spatial join.
In this project report, we will disscuss about security policies for runtime environments. The runtime environments offered by application-level virtual machines like the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) or the .NET Common Language Runtime are appealing for Online application vendors for the reason
This project is about modeling and optimization of transmission networks. These types of networks carry out a vital task in communication, energy transmission, micro-electronics, etc. The intention of this project is to take into account a couple of different problems in connection with transmission networks.