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MULTI USER SECURITY FOR MULTICAST COMMUNICATION


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Created at: Wednesday 06th of October 2010 02:25:58 AM
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ecipient to disallow any hackers to the server from reading these private messages.


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INFORMATION DISCOVERY IN DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS A NOVEL CONCEPT BASED ON MODELLING OF


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Created at: Wednesday 17th of June 2009 01:09:40 AM
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scovery in Library Information System (IDLIS) application was developed. IDLIS is essentially a wrapper for the LIS, which maintains all the databases of the library. The purpose was to demonstrate that the functionality of a legacy system could be enhanced with the augmentation of IDS leading to information discovery service. IDLIS demonstrates IDS in action. IDLIS proves that any legacy system could be augmented with IDS effectively to provide the additional functionality of information discovery service. Possible applications of IDS and scope for further research in the field are cover..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



Multicast


Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Tuesday 07th of April 2009 11:53:09 PM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Tuesday 07th of April 2009 11:53:09 PM
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g internet routers have been enhanced to support multicast, and there is no need to set up dedicated tunnels for them. This is called native multicast and the internet currently has a combination of both.

IP supports dynamic joining and leaving of a group by Group Management Protocol (IGMP). A user wishing to join a multicast group sends an IGMP join message to its neighboring multicast router. If the multicast router is not a member of the group, it forwards the message upstream until it finds some router or source that is subscribing to the group. In a domain, if there are routers perform..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



Bioinformatiocs Role Of Software In It Full Download Seminar Report and Paper Prese


Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Tuesday 07th of April 2009 10:47:47 AM
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ic specialists who can be creative at the interface of biology and other disciplines, such as computer science, engineering, mathematics, physics, chemistry, and the social sciences. As the popularity of genomic research increases, the demand for these specialists greatly exceeds the supply. In the past, the genome project has benefited immensely from the talents of non-biological scientists, and their participation in the future is likely to be even more crucial. Through this report I have tried to analyze the future requirements in development of advances technologies in this field and what ..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



Consistency Mechanisms In Distributed Systems Full Seminar Report Download


Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Tuesday 07th of April 2009 10:17:51 AM
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hanisms can be used effectively to achieve high concurrency levels without corrupting the resources. There are a wide range of synchronization protocols, some providing strong consistency while others granting weak consistency. There is a trade-off between complexity and the level of consistency offered by these locking mechanisms. In this report I describe two locking mechanisms appropriate for the consistency requirements of distributed computing environments, viz. Distributed Lock Managers (DLMâ„¢s) and Leases. Distributed lock managers leverage conventional client-server locking mechan..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



MultiCast


Posted by: Computer Science Clay
Created at: Wednesday 25th of February 2009 03:19:13 AM
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could also flood every corner of the network and possibly bring the network down.

Multicasting comes to the rescue by allowing the multicast host to send out only one copy of the information, and only those hosts that are part of that group receive it. In the class example, the professor's computer sends only one audio stream to the network, and only the targeted 50 students receive the stream. The information utilizes the minimum required network bandwidth and arrives at every student's computer without any noticeable delay.This application is an example of the practical use of multicast ..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



Biometrics Based Authentication Systems Download Full Abstract And Report


Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Saturday 21st of February 2009 12:57:03 PM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Thursday 19th of January 2012 04:41:30 AM
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individual, it is difficult to surreptitiously duplicate and nearly impossible to share. Additionally, a biometric property of an individual can be lost only in case of serious accident.
Biometric readings, which range from several hundred bytes to over a megabyte, have the advantage that their information content is usually higher than that of a password or a pass phrase. Simply extending the length of passwords to get equivalent bit
strength presents significant usability problems. It is nearly impossible to remember a 2K phrase, and it would take an annoyingly long time to type such a ph..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



Multicast


Posted by: computer science crazy
Created at: Sunday 21st of September 2008 11:25:08 PM
Last Edited Or Replied at :Thursday 01st of April 2010 02:54:19 AM
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to the student's computers. Unicasting wastes bandwidth because it sends 50 duplicate copies over the network, and causes a significant delay before the last student hears the professor. The audio stream could also flood every corner of the network and possibly bring the network down. Multicasting comes to the rescue by allowing the multicast host to send out only one copy of the information, and only those hosts that are part of that group receive it. In the class example, the professor's computer sends only one audio stream to the network, and only the targeted 50 students receive the strea..................[:=> Show Contents <=:]



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