Accepted Papers

  • Multi-Biometric Authentication through HybridCryptographic System
    1Dr.M.Gobi, 2Mrs.R.Sridevi, 1Chikkanna Government Arts College, Tiruppur2 Government Arts College, Udumalpet,India
    In most of the real time scenario, authentication isrequired very much so as to enable the person to access a privatedatabase of any type. Researchers have started using biometrictraits for the authenticity of a person. The various biometricstraits available are face, iris, palm print, hand geometry,fingerprint, ear etc., But the application that uses a singlebiometric trait often have to challenge with noisy data, restricteddegrees of autonomy, non-universality of the biometric trait andintolerable error rates. Multi biometric systems seem to lightenthese drawbacks by providing multiple verification of the samepersonality. Biometric fusion is the use of multiple biometricinputs or methods of processing to improve performance. In thispaper, a novel combination of Multi biometric fusion, SymmetricCryptography and Asymmetric Cryptography is proposed. Afused biometric image is encrypted using Advanced EncryptionStandard whose secret key is in turn encrypted using ellipticcurve cryptography which is considered as one of the efficientAsymmetric cryptographic algorithms. As the symmetriccryptographic algorithms involve in key exchange mechanism,the secret key is proposed to be secured by using ECC. Hence,the system proposed is expected to be more secured to store thebiometric traits of an individual.
  • Implementation of Routing Protocol in Heterogeneous Wireless Network using NS2
    1Satyanarayan K. Padaganur, 2 J.D. Mallapur ,1B.L.D.E.A’s College of Engg. Tech., India , 2Basaveshwar Engg. College,India.
    Current wireless access networks are designed to work independently, without cooperating with each other. The upcoming 4G network which is normally referred to as HWAN (Heterogeneous Wireless Access Network) brings us some new challenges of utilizing various wireless technologies and making them work together. These heterogeneous network structures can be classified as “integrated networks” or “interworking networks” in the literature according to their own network functions. The general structure and procedure of routing in a heterogeneous system can be divided into the following three main parts: source selection, route selection, and destination selection. Source selection involves making decision on the starting point of route discovery - a mobile node which initiates a call request may not have sufficient bandwidth in its home cell to accommodate the request. This selection of a certain source node may require reallocation of bandwidth in the system. Route selection involves consideration of hop number limitation, bandwidth requirement as well as cooperation among heterogeneous nodes and airinterfaces. Destination selection involves selection of one final destination from a list of available destinations. This is also called Converged Ad hoc and Cellular Network (CACN).