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Dr. Akramul Azim - University of Ontario Institute of Technology. Oshawa, ON, CA

Dr. Akramul Azim

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science | University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Oshawa, ON, CANADA

Computer science expert, exploring the advantages of state-based communication scheduling and network code in real-time systems

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Education (3)

University of Waterloo: PhD, Electrical and Computer Engineering 2014

Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology: MSc, Computer Science and Engineering 2009

Islamic University of Technology: BSc, Computer Science and Information Technology 2006

Affiliations (4)

  • Real-Time Embedded Software Group (RESG)
  • IEEE International Conference on Embedded and Ubiquitous Computing: Program Committee Member
  • Embedded Systems Letters: Reviewer
  • ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems: Reviewer

Event Appearances (8)

Generation of communication schedules using component interfaces

20th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation  University of Luxembourg

2015-09-09

D-RES: Correct Transitive Distributed Service Sharing

The Work-in-Progress Session of the Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA)  Barcelona, Spain

2014-01-01

An Efficient Periodic Resource Supply Model for Workloads with Transient Overloads

25th Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems  École d'ingénieurs informatique et généraliste, Paris, France

2013-07-09

Css: conditional state-based scheduling for networked control systems

IEEE International Conference on Embedded and Real-Time Computing Systems and Applications  Seoul, South Korea

2012-08-19

Resolving State Inconsistency in Distributed Fault-Tolerant Real-Time Dynamic TDMA Architectures

16th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation  Toulouse, France

2011-01-09

Design Choices for High-Confidence Distributed Real-time Software

International Symposium On Leveraging Applications of Formal Methods, Verification and Validation (ISoLA)  Heraclion, Crete, Greece

2010-10-01

A Dynamic Round-Time Based Fixed Low Energy Adaptive Clustering Hierarchy for Wireless Sensor Networks

IEEE 9th Malaysia International Conference on Communications  Malaysia

2009-12-15

Cell Database Based Time Specific Resource Reservation Scheme

11th International Conference on Computer and Information Technology  Bangladesh

2008-12-27

Articles (4)

A NEW DYNAMIC SERVICE SPAN-BASED ENERGY COMPARISON LEACH FOR ACHIEVING EXPECTED WSNS LIFETIME International Journal of Information and Communication Technology

2016-02-01

To prolong the lifetime of a sensor node in homogeneous wireless sensor networks WSNs current research works including low energy adaptive clustering hierarchy LEACH and its variants, propose clustering techniques for minimising energy consumption. This is primarily achieved by turning deployed nodes into sleeping mode whenever possible. These schemes however, have a number of limitations. To address these issues and to form a more robust enhanced LEACH, this paper proposes a novel dynamic round time-based energy probabilistic LEACH. Simulation results confirm the superior performance of the proposed scheme over the existing LEACH and its variants.

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DTS: DYNAMIC TDMA SCHEDULING FOR NETWORKED CONTROL SYSTEMS Journal of Systems Architecture

2014-02-28

Networked Control Systems (NCSs) are pervasively applied in modern industry. With increasing functionalities, modern NCSs tend to have dynamic workload by holding a variety of applications via a shared network. To handle workload variations and provide performance guarantees, dynamic network scheduling scheme is highly desired in NCSs. In this paper, we propose a network scheduling scheme, referred to as DTS, that can make on-the-fly decisions to schedule the applications in NCSs.

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A RELAY NODE BASED HYBRID LOW ENERGY ADAPTIVE CLUSTERING HIERARCHY FOR WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS International Journal of Energy, Information & Communications

2012-08-01

Due to the necessity of saving energy cost in low-powered devices, extending the lifetime of a sensor node powered by battery in both homogeneous and heterogeneous wireless sensor networks (WSNs) is area of interest. To save battery power in sensor networks, many research works including low energy adaptive clustering hierarchy (LEACH) and its variants use clustering techniques to reduce energy spent by keeping most of the nodes in sleeping mode but making a good quality of service (QoS). However, LEACH lacks on optimizing the network life time due to loosing huge energy of sensor nodes selected as cluster heads for communications. The research work in this paper uses the relay nodes as the cluster heads in addition to LEACH, however uses fixed LEACH (LEACH-F) when all relay node dies, and the round time of fixed LEACH is adjusted dynamically to decrease the probability of premature death of cluster
heads.

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EXPLOITING VULNERABILITIES AND SECURITY MECHANISMS IN INTERNET BASED SMS CAPABLE CELLULAR NETWORK International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security

2007-01-01

Cellular networks are a very demandable component of the economic and social infrastructures in which we live. To give various latest technology services Telecommunication companies offer connections between their networks and the Internet. The Next generation Network (NGN) will be associated with the Internet. This leads to the cellular networks become more vulnerable because of some security holes. SMS capable cellular networks can be attacked by means of Spam, Spyware, Phishing, Viruses. Several prevention mechanisms can be applied but not adequate. In this paper these vulnerabilities are exploited and some mechanisms are proposed to alleviate the threats.

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