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List of Publications


List of Journals

T S Pradeep Kumar and Alamelu, M. "PERM based service Prediction model for Groundwater Level Analysis." (2018).

T S Pradeep Kumar, and P. Venkata Krishna. "Power modelling of sensors for IoT using reinforcement learning." International Journal of Advanced Intelligence Paradigms 10, no. 1-2 (2018): 3-22.

T S Pradeep Kumar, R. Kumar, and PS Nithya Darisini. "A SURVEY ON OBJECT TRACKING IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS FOR MACHINE TOOL APPLICATIONS."

TS Pradeep Kumar, S Chitnis, “Distance and Hop based Energy Estimation in Wireless Sensor 
Networks”, Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research 10 (13), (2017) 85-89

T S Pradeep Kumar, Vetrivelan, P., S. Siva Maharajan, P. Narayanasamy, C. P. Koushik, R. Ratheesh, and TS Pradeep Kumar. "Vertical Handover and Video Streaming Over Cloud in 4G Heterogeneous Overlay Wireless Networks." International Journal of Engineering and Technology (IJET) 7, no. 5 (2015).

T S Pradeep Kumar, P. Venkata Krishna, VIT SCSE, S. Vinjosh Reddy, and VIT SCSE. "Just Trust AODV (JT-AODV) Protocol for MANETs and Experimental Evaluation under a Gray Hole Attack."

T S Pradeep Kumar, Martin, Amy. "PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF DYNAMIC PRIORITY SCHEDULING ALGORITHMS IN REAL TIME SYSTEMS."

List of Conferences

T S Pradeep Kumar., P. V. Krishna, Mohammad S. Obaidat, V. Saritha, and Kuei-Fang Hsiao. "Energy Optimisation using Distance and Hop-based Transmission (DHBT) in Wireless Sensor Networks-Scheme and Simulation Analysis." In SIMULTECH, pp. 17-23. 2017.

T S Pradeep Kumar, P. Venkata Krishna, Mohammad S. Obaidat, “Stochastic Power Modeling of 
Wireless Sensor Networks for Mission Critical Systems” Future Technologies Conference 2017 
11 (2017), 1-8

 Book Chapters

T S Pradeep Kumar, Vetrivelan, P., and M. Jagannath. "Network Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems on Flooding and Worm Attacks." In Combating Security Breaches and Criminal Activity in the Digital Sphere, pp. 183-207. IGI Global, 2016.

T S Pradeep Kumar, “A Private Cloud- Based Smart Learning Environment using MOODLE”, 
IGI Global, 2018 (Accepted, will be published by December 2018)

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