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This quantity constitutes the refereed complaints of the 3rd foreign convention on modern Computing, IC3 2010, held in Noida, India, in August 2010.

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This might be due to a fault or due to malicious intentions. Regardless of the reason, greyholes appear as intermittently faulty nodes to the rest of the network. 4 Energy Consumption Model Every node in network periodically calculates its energy consumed because of Transmission and Reception of Packets. For this purpose, a simple energy consumption model[18] has been chosen to evaluate the performance of trust mechanism on power aware AODV protocol. Energy consumption of a node after time t is calculated as Econs (t) = x*Nt + y *Nr (1) Where, Econs(t) is the energy consumed by node at time t Nt is the number of packets Transmitted by node after time t Nr is the number of packets Received by node after time t x and y are constants such that 0 x, y 1 The Total energy consumed is calculated independently [18] by taking into account the amount of energy spent on Transmission or Reception of packets as follows In Transmission mode, the power consumed for transmitting a packet is given by the Eq (2) Consumed energy = Pt * T (2) Where Pt is the transmitting power and T is transmission time.

Pattern Recognition 38, 1121–1124 (2005) 10. : Face recognition using kernel PCA and hybrid flexible neural tree. In: International Conference on Wavelet Analysis and Pattern Recognition, China, pp. 1361–1366 (2007) 11. : Face recognition by integrating RBF neural networks and a distance measure. In: IC3IT, India, pp. 264–269 (2009) Parallel Enumeration Sort on OTIS-Hypercube Keny T. Lucas Xavier Institute of Social Service, Department of Information Management, Dr. in Abstract. OTIS (optical transpose interconnection system), as a model of optoelectronic parallel computers, has gained tremendous popularity and is widely accepted among researchers.

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