Comparative Analysis of Electronic and Transport Properties of Unsullied and Phosphorous Doped Graphene Based Device, Abhishek Julka and Deep Kamal Kaur Randhawa (pp. 1-10).(Abstract)
Comparative Analysis of Electronic and Transport Properties of Unsullied and Phosphorous Doped Graphene Based Device
Abhishek julka1 and Deep Kamal Kaur Randhawa2
1,2ECE Department, GNDU RC Jalandhar, India 3Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, GNDU, Amritsar, India 1Abhishekjulka123@gmail.com, email@example.com
ABSTRACT Graphene is a novel nanomaterial that possesses typical properties of high strength, mobility, and high aspect ratio. Many investigations have been carried out to attempt to distinguish the electronic and transport effect through them mainly in electronic devices. Thus these studies lead to the formation of a new potential candidate derived from graphene which is graphene nanoribbon based devices. Therefore, in this paper, we tried to differentiate between doped and undoped graphene-based device. For analyzing electronic and transport properties we tend to applied totally different voltages (0.4, 0.2, 0,-0.2,-0.4) on the metallic region of the device for both the structures (doped and undoped) and have chosen phosphorous as a dopant.
Policy-Based Security Solution for Service-Oriented Software Engineering (SOSE), Musa Midila Ahmed, Aman Jantan, Sukumar Letchmunan and Ahmad Suhaimi Baharudin (pp. 11-28).(Abstract)
Policy-Based Security Solution for Service-Oriented Software Engineering (SOSE)
Musa Midila Ahmed1, Aman Jantan2, Sukumar Letchmunan3 and Ahmad Suhaimi Baharudin4
1Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola. Nigeria 1,2,3,4Universiti Sains Malaysia, School of Computer Sciences firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
ABSTRACT SOSE is gaining popularity in both industries and research communities due to its numerous benefits such as agility, loose-coupling, flexibility, heterogeneity, etc. However, despite knowledge of these benefits, its adoption is slowed by security challenge as a result of unavoidable mediators and there is no guarantee that these intermediaries will not either intentionally or unintentionally abuse transmitted data. Furthermore, the transport layer security (TLS) used to secure applications in software engineering can only secure point-to-point connections. On the contrary, SOSE systems requires end-to-end security. Consequently, the problem for this study is inadequate security for SOSE systems. The aim of this study is to propose a security framework for an end-to-end security for SOSE systems. This aim was achieved by security policy framework to achieve the security goals of SOSE systems. The security goals in the framework used centralized authentication for generating key pairs for communicating parties in the SOSE systems. Hybrid encryption technique, which combines AES symmetric encryption to encrypt the message content and RSA public keys encryption to encrypt the AES's keys to achieve confidentiality goal. In addition, integrated digital signature with RSA achieved integrity and non-repudiation goals. The results has indicators for proper authentication, encryption and digital signature. Also, the running time of this policy-based solution was faster than the TLS secured services. Ultimately, this solution used standard security mechanisms suitable for securing dynamic, opened and distributed systems particularly SOSE systems.