Sudip Misra

Sudip Misra
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur | IIT KGP · Department of Information Technology

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The resource constrained nature of IoT devices set about task offloading over the Internet for robust processing}. However, this increases the Turnaround Time (TAT) of the IoT services. High TATs may cause catastrophe in time-sensitive environments such as chemical and steel industries, vehicular networks, healthcare, and others. Moreover, the unre...
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To meet the demands of new healthcare applications with high computation complexity, multi-access edge computing (MEC) is emerging as a key component of modern healthcare systems which provides rich computing services to the users. With the increase in the number of wireless body area network (WBAN) users requesting computing services, the computat...
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In this work, we propose SemBox -- Semantic interoperability in a Box, to enable wireless on-the-go communication between heterogeneous wearable health monitoring devices. It can connect wirelessly to the health monitoring devices and receive their data packets. It uses a Mamdani-based fuzzy inference system with data pre-processing to classify the...
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IoT deployments that have limited memories lack sustained computation power and have limited connectivity to the Internet due to intermittent last-mile connectivity, particularly in rural and remote locations. For maintaining congestion-free operations, most of the collected data from these networks are discarded, instead of being transmitted remot...
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High propagation delay, high error probability, floating node mobility, and low data-rate, are the key challenges for Underwater Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks (UMWSNs). In this paper, we propose RL-MAC, a Reinforcement Learning (RL)-based Medium Access Control (MAC) protocol for multimedia sensing in an Underwater Acoustic Network (UAN) envir...
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A social fog-IoV network involves time-critical tasks because it is highly dynamic due to rapid changes in the network topology. Therefore, completing tasks within the allowable delay is a challenge for social fog-IoV networks. In this context, we present a latency-aware task offloading scheme, named LOAN, in a fog-enabled association-free social I...
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This paper introduces an architecture – B2H – to enable a delay-tolerant public blockchain network (PBCN) in healthcare systems for Society 5.0. Healthcare systems in Society 5.0 envision an abstract paradigm that provides beyond health monitoring services to all the citizens of the society. These services include healthcare medical supply chain, c...
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In this work, the problem of unbalanced data traffic in the presence of heterogeneous Internet of things (IoT) applications in software-defined data center networks (DCNs) is studied. In the existing literature, the presence of heterogeneous flows and switches and mobile IoT devices in software-defined DCN are not considered. Due to heterogeneity,...
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We propose the adaptation of vibration-based condition monitoring systems and techniques, popularly used in industrial condition-based maintenance, for identifying the possibility of compromising the privacy of personal computing systems. This work exploits the automated fan-based heat dissipation features and read/write operations of disk-based st...
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The next-generation cyber-physical systems (CPS) with heterogeneous applications have diverse quality-of-service (QoS) requirements in terms of throughput, end-to-end latency, and packet drop reliability. To meet such diverse QoS requirements, in this paper, we propose a QoS-aware traffic forwarding scheme in software-defined CPS. The proposed sche...
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The recent advances in Internet-of-Things (IoT)-based healthcare systems pave the path for the development of body-to-body network (BBN), wherein a group of wireless body area network (WBAN) users collaborate and share their individual resources. Since these WBAN users have individual decision-making capabilities and are self-centric in nature, the...
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Robust and reliable communication systems, whether based on Electro-Magnetic (EM) waves or light, fail to perform under water due to very high attenuation and changing visibility conditions. The present generation of systems designed for underwater communications relies mostly on acoustic waves, typically in the ultrasonic frequency range. In this...
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This paper introduces a scheme for autonomous service exchange among multiple sensor-cloud service providers (SCSPs) in a sensor-cloud (SC) platform for Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Typically, SC offers Sensors-as-a-Service (SeaaS) using the concept of sensor virtualization for serving different IoT applications seamlessly in real-time. O...
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In this paper, we propose a Quality of Service (QoS)-aware pricing scheme, termed as Q-Safe, for provisioning safety-related decisions to the end-users. A Safe-aaS platform provides customized decisions to the end-users, as per their requirement. In this proposed pricing scheme, we consider the presence of multiple Safety Service Providers (SSPs) i...
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In this paper, we propose a dynamic consensus-based blockchain system -A-Blocks -for efficiently managing the data produced by the sensors in an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) environment. Typically, industries deal with a heterogeneous set of data from a diverse range of sensors. Conventional blockchain adoptions are a popular choice in such...
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This article addresses the joint switch and controller placement problem in a hybrid software-defined network (SDN), which is an intermediate step of transforming a traditional backbone network into a pure SDN. For a hybrid SDN, the quality of service (QoS) is a primary concern for ensuring service guarantee of a traditional network, while providin...
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In this paper, we propose and design AuGrid, an LSTM-based model for geographically aware smart grid service providers, which predicts the hourly load requests from users. We also develop a pricing model which depends on the predictions obtained from AuGrid for deciding per unit cost of energy in contrast to the existing schemes that focused solely...
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The body-to-body network (BBN), which enables a group of wireless body area network (WBAN) users to collaborate and share their individual network resources, has emerged as a promised technology for the Internet of things (IoT)-based healthcare system. In BBN, WBAN users with good Internet connectivity act as gateway users and help their nearby WBA...
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In this paper, we study a body-to-body network (BBN) framework, which enables wireless body area network (WBAN) users located in close proximity to cooperate and share their network resources to improve the overall network performance. Our main aim is to design a distributed resource allocation mechanism that encourages each participating WBAN user...
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This paper explores the concept of AI-based Communication-as-a-Service (ACUTE) to reduce transmission delay and energy consumption, while transmitting data from end-devices to the cloud in the context of 5.0. 5.0 revolutionizes connected living with the help of a unified system that provides fully automated and end-to-end services, while addressing...
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In this paper, we propose a microservices and deep learning-based scheme, termed as Micro-Safe, for provisioning Safety-as-a-Service (Safe-aaS) in a 6G environment. A Safe-aaS infrastructure provides customized safety-related decisions dynamically to the registered end-users. As the decisions are time-sensitive in nature, the generation of these de...
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Software-defined IoT (SDIoT) is a promising approach to address the requirements of IoT, such as network management, quality of service (QoS), and resource utilization. The advantages of SDIoT are facilitated by the separation of the data-and the control-planes using flow-rules, that allow fine-grained control over individual flows. However, the nu...
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Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of heterogeneous physical devices connected over the Internet. Each of the devices is capable of collecting and processing data. Due to the connection with the Internet, the IoT devices become more susceptible to attacks by malicious nodes, which may result in privacy loss and security breaches. Thus, network s...
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In this work, we propose SEGA, a secured edge gateway microservices architecture for Industrial IoT-based monitoring of machines in industries. SEGA allows for the secured collection, transmission, and temporary storage of data within the edge network. A KNN-based analytics module hosted on the edge gateway processes time-sensitive machine monitori...
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Due to the lack of unified standards in Internet of Things (IoT), heterogeneity in terms of protocol and packet types exist. In such a case, accurate traffic identification using port-and payload-based solutions are not suitable for flow processing in Software-Defined IoT (SD-IoT). In this paper, we propose iAcceSD, an intelligent Access Node (SD-A...
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An enormous amount of data processing occurs at the cloud and edge to carry out different kinds of analytics in Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). To deal with the analytics using such a huge amount of IIoT data, different Deep Learning (DL)-based analytical models are deployed. The learning process in an analytical model needs to follow a relia...
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This paper introduces the concept of context-aware attribute learning with cipher policy-attribute based encryption (CP-ABE) to preserve the privacy of users’ information in IoT-enabled 5.0. The concept of 5.0 pioneers an abstract system unifying different smart environments (SEs) to provide seamless services to the citizens. While serving differen...
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In this paper, we propose a dynamic load balancing scheme, EdgeSafe, for provisioning Safety-as-a-Service (Safe-aaS). Typically, in a Safe-aaS infrastructure, the sensor nodes are either static or mobile in nature. With the variation in the geographical location of the vehicles, the sensor nodes attached to them attain mobility. Consequently, the d...
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In this work, we propose a dynamic decision query mapping mechanism, DQ-Map, for provisioning Safety-as-a-Service (Safe-aaS) Roy18. A Safe-aaS infrastructure provides customized safety-related decisions simultaneously to multiple end-users. We consider road transportation as the application scenario of Safe-aaS and termed the safety-related decisio...
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In this paper, we propose a Software-defined fog architecture, named as Soft-Health, to serve various IoT-based healthcare applications. The health conditions of the patients fluctuate over time. Further, specialized medical care may not always be available in all healthcare facilities. The use of Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) for continuous pa...
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In this work, we propose Soft-Safe, a Software Defined Safety-as-a-Service (Safe-aaS) model for provisioning safety-related decisions to the registered end-users. In Safe-aaS, the end-users register to the infrastructure, provide their initial and destination location, select certain decision parameters, and make payment through a Web portal. As th...
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Traditionally, sensor networks are surmised to enhance safety in underground mines by providing consistent monitoring of the conditions. However, to cope with the frequent condition changes of such a hostile environment, we need a specific network architecture for the deployed nodes to enable dynamic decision making. In this article, we argue that...
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In this article, we propose a two-step distributed horizontal architecture for computation offloading in a fog-enabled Internet of Things environment—HD-Fog—to minimize the overall energy consumption, and latency while executing hard real-time applications. HD stands for the horizontal distribution of the tasks in the fog layer. Each sensor in the...
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In this paper, we propose a delay-aware Q-learning-based routing algorithm - XiA - for sending data from users to nearest Access Points (APs) through Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) swarms communicating using 6G technology. These UAVs assist the ground networks in overcoming communication voids while maneuvering through different demographics. Howeve...
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Nature inspired algorithms are common in routing and security in mobile wireless sensor networks (WSN). While most of the existing algorithms are bio‐inspired, chemistry inspired security algorithms are rare. Chelation is a chemical process where a molecule forms two or more bonds with an atom or a molecule to hold it strongly. Analogous to this ch...
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In this article, we propose an IoT-based acoustic solution – Eaves – for ensuring social distancing in public areas during pandemic-like situations. Existing solutions depend on either sensing nearby radio signals such as Bluetooth or through image processing of video frames from surveillance cameras. Such methods either mandate the need for all pa...
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The atmospheric buoyancy and intangible nature of fatal communicable viruses lead to rapid transmissions among individuals, resulting in global pandemics. Strategic lockdowns and mandatory social distancing are immediate solutions in such scenarios. However, this leads to operational disruptions in education, manufacturing, economy, transportation,...
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The intangible nature of the COVID-19 virus and the changing strains have created panic and fear among people, leading to an increase in discrimination against COVID-19 positive patients and their families in society. Moreover, the spread of infodemics creates daunting challenges for peaceful livelihood and fighting the pandemic. In this article, w...
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With the unprecedented growth of wireless body area network (WBAN) users and computation-intensive 5G-based healthcare applications, mobile edge computing (MEC)-enabled healthcare systems that enable computation offloading to edge servers in proximity, are gaining much interest. However, due to the ever-increasing requirement of WBAN users’ quality...
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This work addresses the problem of efficient virtual sensor formation in sensor-cloud for provisioning green Internet of Things (IoT)-based services. The sustainability of sensor-cloud primarily depends on its quality of service (QoS), resource utilization efficiency, and the revenue earned by its stakeholders. As sensor nodes are resource-constrai...
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The new paradigm of Phantom Networks proposes the deployment of aerially suspended nano-nodes communicating with one another in the THz band for bridging disjoint Internet of Things (IoT) communication infrastructures. We characterize and evaluate the feasibility of a single-hop THz band communication between these aerially suspended nano-nodes. Co...
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In this paper, we propose a region-based pricing scheme, named as RegPrice, for provisioning safety-related decisions dynamically to the end-users. Typically, heterogeneous type of sensor nodes are present in the device layer of Safe-aaS. Considering the case of safety in road transportation, we compute the fixed and variable costs incurred in proc...
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In this paper, we propose a service handoff scheme, termed as Safe-Passé , for provisioning Safety-as-a-Service (Safe-aaS) to the end-users in a $5G$ environment. A Safe-aaS architecture provides customized safety-related decisions to the end-users. Practically, the service region of a Safety Service Provider (SSP) is bounded. On the other hand...
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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) are emerging as a powerful tool in various industrial applications in the context of enabling Industrial IoT. The limited power source and flight time of UAVs along with the need for skilled UAV operators are some of the most daunting challenges to the integration of UAVs in industrial applications such as site inspect...
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This work proposes an Activity-Aware Data Rate Tuning (A2D) scheme for Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN), while considering the criticality of the physiological sensed data. We consider different physical activities of the patients and thereafter, compute their health criticality. Further, on the basis of the health criticality value, the data rate...
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Node localization is a fundamental requirement in underwater sensor networks (UWSNs) due to the ineptness of GPS and other terrestrial localization techniques in the underwater environment. In any UWSN monitoring application, the sensed information produces a better result when it is tagged with location information. However, the deployed nodes in...
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In this work, we propose and develop HeDI (Healthcare Device Interoperability) – a system to enable device interoperability in IoT-enabled in-home healthcare monitoring platforms. The system consists of multiple sensors, each connected wirelessly to an edge device, acting as a wireless communication gateway to a remote server. The system initiates...
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The advent of the Internet of Things (IoT) inspired various new and enhanced sets of applications in multiple domains including agriculture. The recent drive in the adoption of IoT technologies offers a major enhancement for the agricultural sectors in terms of efficiency and scalability. In this paper, we investigate the specific issues and challe...
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In this paper, we propose a mobility-aware scheme, named MobiPlace, to address the controller placement problem (CPP) at the Road Side Units (RSUs) in Software-Defined Vehicular Networks (SDVNs). MobiPlace places local controllers at the selected RSUs to reduce the operational delay experienced in traditional SDVN architecture, where controllers ar...
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In this paper, the problem of ensuring reliable energy distribution in smart grid is studied, while considering that each customer is connected with multiple micro-grids. In the traditional smart grid, each customer is connected with a single micro-grid. Additionally, in the existing literature, some researchers proposed energy distribution schemes...
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In this paper, we present an efficient criticality-aware decision-making system, named Devote, for fog-based Internet of Things (IoT) environment. Devote introduces an intelligent algorithm for the service of data based on the criticality, while considering the current availability of the resources at the fog node. To cope with the dynamic IoT envi...
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The Internet-of-Things (IoT) environments have hard real-time tasks that need execution within fixed deadlines. As IoT devices consist of a myriad of sensors, each task is composed of multiple interdependent subtasks. Toward this, the cloud and fog computing platforms have the potential of facilitating these IoT sensor nodes (SNs) in accommodating...
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This work presents the design of an efficient edge-empowered sensor-cloud architecture equipped with a smart virtual sensing scheme for precision agriculture. Traditionally, in agricultural sensor-cloud, sensor nodes send raw sensed data periodically to the cloud, resulting in higher latency and higher energy and bandwidth consumption. The environm...
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In this paper, we propose a lightweight blockchain-inspired framework - Magnum - as a magazine of transfer learning models in blocks. We propose the storage of these blocks on proximal fog nodes to simplify access to pre-trained base models by industrial plants to tune them before deployment. We design Magnum for B5G-enabled scenarios to reduce the...
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In this paper, we propose a fog-enabled federated learning framework – FogFL – to facilitate distributed learning for delay-sensitive applications in resource-constrained IoT environments. While Federated Learning (FL) is a popular distributed learning approach, it suffers from communication overheads and high computational requirements. Moreover,...
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In this paper, we propose a scheme to address the problem of load management in the control plane of Software-Defined Internet of Things (SDIoT) networks. In SDIoT, multiple controllers are deployed to enhance network scalability. With the growth of IoT, the number of devices is increasing rapidly. The management of control plane load is an essenti...
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In this paper, we present a traffic-aware flow migration approach, which reduces data plane load in Software-Defined Networking (SDN) during a network update. SDN update involves rerouting of multiple traffic flows to accommodate new flows. An unplanned flow migration schedule overloads the data plane by burdening the data links and flooding the ru...
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In this paper, we propose a mechanism – DEFT– to facilitate mobile Internet of Vehicles (IoV) user entities (UEs) with unit tasks to cooperate among one another and offload their tasks to nearby fog nodes (FNs)/roadside units (RSUs) in a decentralized and fair manner. While existing literature depends on offloading schemes based on centralized syst...
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In this paper, we present a Q-learning-enabled safe navigation system – S-Nav – that recommends routes in a road network by minimizing traveling through categorically demarcated COVID-19 hotspots. S-Nav takes the source and destination as inputs from the commuters and recommends a safe path for traveling. The S-Nav system dodges hotspots and ensure...
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In this paper, we present the design of an IoT-based dynamic irrigation scheduling system (AgriSens) for efficient water management of irrigated crop fields. The AgriSens provides real-time, automatic, dynamic as well as remote manual irrigation treatment for different growth phases of a crop’s life cycle using Internet of Things. A low-cost water-...
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This work proposes an optimal pricing scheme for provisioning sensors-as-a-service (Se-aaS) for catering to applications with multi-tenancy requirements in a sensor-cloud platform. The scheme orchestrates a trade-off analysis between communication range and price in a sensor-cloud platform with range-reconfigurable nodes. The proposed scheme consis...
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In body-to-body networks (BBNs), a group of closely located wireless body area network (WBAN) users aggregates their network resources to improve the overall physiological data uploading performances. This enables users with a poor Internet connection, i.e., requesting users, to upload their data through their nearby WBAN users with a good Internet...
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In this paper, we introduce an energy-efficient decision delivery mechanism, Safe-Serv, in the Safety-as-a-Service (Safe-aaS) infrastructure for the road transportation industry. A Safe-aaS architecture provides safety-related customized dynamic decisions to the registered end-users. Moreover, the concept of decision virtualization enables to deliv...
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The application of Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology in modern healthcare environment has given rise to a new paradigm known as healthcare IoT. The wireless body area network (WBAN) is one of the basic building blocks of IoT-based healthcare system, comprising many wearable (on-body) and implant (in-body) sensors placed in or around patient body...
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We propose “DROPS”, a scheme which dynamically selects radio protocols in an energy-constrained wearable IoT healthcare system. We consider the use of multiple radio protocols, which are capable of transmitting a patient’s sensed physiological parameters to the server through Local Processing Units (LPUs). As the health parameters are non-stationar...