Sandeep K. S. Gupta (S. K. S. Gupta)

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering

Arizona State University

Tempe, AZ 85287-5406

Phone: (480) 965-3806 (Work), Fax: (480) 965-2751

E-mail: sandeep.gupta@asu.edu

Web Page: http://impact.asu.edu/

 

Current Research Interests

Parallel and Distributed Computing, Mobile and Pervasive Computing, Mobile and Wireless Sensor Networks with emphasis on Biomedical Applications.

 

Education

 

Employment History

 

Grants and Gifts [Total: 3.3M, My Share: 1.37M (1.22M Federal)]

Current Funding:

Past Funding:

 

Recognitions, Awards and Scholarships

 

Professional Activities

Tutorials

 

Co-Guest-Editor

 

Program Chair/Co-Chair

 

Treasurer

 

IEEE Technical Committee on the Internet. 2000.

 

Registration Chair

 

Workshop on Principles of Mobile Computing, Newport, Rhode Island, Aug. 28-29, 2001.

 

 

Program Committee Member

 

Member of Editorial Board

 

Journal Reviewer

 

Computer Networks (2007), IEEE Transactions Wireless Communications (2005), IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (2005), IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (2005), IEEE Transactions on Computers (2005), ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks (2004), IEEE Communication Letters (2006,2005,2004), IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking (2006,2005), IEEE J. Special Areas in Communication (JSAC), IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (TSE), IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (TPDS, 2007), IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering (TKDE), IEEE Concurrency, J. Communications and Networking, J. Telecommunication Systems, J. Parallel and Distributed Computing (JPDC), and J. Information Science and Engineering, IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, Elsevier Computer Networks, Elsevier Ad Hoc Networks.

 

Conference Reviewer

 

IPDPS’07 (2006), Percom(2006, 2005), HiPC (2006), IPDPS (2006), MobiCom (1999), International Communication Conference (1999), International Conference on Parallel Processing (1994-2000), International Parallel Processing Symposium (1994-1996), Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Processing (1994-1995), First International Conference on Mobile Data Access (1999), Parallel Architectures and Compilation Techniques (1999), International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems (1996), EuroPar (1997).

 

 

Book Reviewer: Addison Wesley, IEEE Computer Society.

 

Proposal (Panel) Reviewer: NSF ITR Panel Reviewer, 2001, 2003. NSF  Cybertrust 2004, NSF MRI 2005, NSF IUCRC 2005, NSF SIG-Sensor 2005, NSF Dynamic Data Driven Application Systems (DDDAS) 2005. Kentucky Science & Engineering Foundation (2005)

 

Member of IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Communication Society, ACM, ACM Sigmobile.

 

Educational Activities

 

Distance Education

 

Courses Taught (Designed are Underlined)

 

Postdoctoral Researcher Supported

  1. Georgios Varsamopoulos (May 97 – present)

 

PhD Students Graduated (University (ASU: Arizona State U.), Department (CSE: Computer Sc. & Engg.,),Semester, Thesis Title/Topic, Current Job)

  1. Yu Du (ASU, CSE, Spring 2006) (Topic: Caching in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, Motorola, Austin TX)
  2. Vikram Shankar (ASU, CSE, Spring 2006) (Topic: Medium Access Protocols for Wireless LANs, Intel, Chandler)
  3. Bin Wang (ASU, CSE, Fall 2005), Adaptive Energy-Efficient Multicast Protocols for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks, (Microsoft, Seattle, Washington)
  4. Georgios Varsamopoulos (ASU, CSE, Fall 2004, Optimizing Location Management Cost Through Registration Area Overlapping: Models, Problems and Methods, Mandatory Military Service in Greece).

 

Current Ph.D. Students (Topic, Comprehensive Exam (CE), Proposal Defense (PD), and Thesis Defense (TD) dates)

 

M.S. Students Graduated (University (ASU: Arizona State University, CSU: Colorado State U., OU: Ohio U.), Department (CSE: Computer Sc. & Engg., EE – Electrical Engg., EECS: Electrical Engg. & Computer Sc.), Year, Thesis Title/Topic, Last Known Employment Information)

 

  1. John Bodily, A Conceptual Model For Supporting Social Groups With Ubiquitous Computing
  2. Han Sang Kim (ASU, CSE, 6/05, Trust Propagation based Authentication Protocol in Multihop Wireless Home Networks, Family Business)
  3. Karthik Jayaraman, Efficient MAC Scheduling Policies for Increasing Capacity of Bluetooth Piconets
  4. Pavan Nallamothu, A Dynamic and Reliable Localization Approach for Mobile Environments
  5. Naveen Tummala (ASU, CSE, 5/05, Thermal Aware Routing, Consulting)
  6. Sarma Upadhyayula (ASU, CSE, 5/05, Efficient Convergecast in Sensor Networks, U. of Phoenix, U. Phoenix)
  7. Krishna Venkatasubramanian (ASU, CSE, 7/04, Secure Biosensor Networking, PhD student at ASU)
  8. Sriram Cherukuri, (ASU, CSE, 1/04, Energy-Efficient Secure Multicasting in Wireless LANs, Oracle)
  9. Yashwant Prakash, (ASU, EE, 5/03, Energy-Efficient Source Coding for Biosensor Applications, Qualcomm)
  10. Ganesh Sridharan. Energy-Efficient Shortest Path Self-Stabilizing Multicast Protocol for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks.
  11. Yugandhar Dasari (ASU, CSE, 5/03, Scatternet Formation Algorithm for Blutooth, -)
  12. Arathi Natarajan, (ASU, CSE, 5/03, Reliable MAC Layer Multicast for Wireless LANs, Microsoft)
  13. Suresh Lalwani (ASU, CSE, 4/03, Sporadic Data Aggregation in Wireless Embedded Sensor Networks, -)
  14. Chetan K. R. Reddy (ASU, CSE, 1/03, Distributed MAC Scheduler for Providing Differential Services for Mobile Multicast Applications, -).
  15. Valliappan Annamalai (ASU, CSE, 12/02, Tree-Based Convergecasting in Ad Hoc Sensor Networks, Ph.D. Student at ASU).
  16. Vikram Shankar (ASU, CSE, 12/02, Reliable Multicast MAC Protocol for Wireless LANs, Ph.D. Student at ASU).
  17. Ionut Aron (CSU, CS, 10/00, The Witness-Aided Routing Protocol: A Scalable, Fault-Tolerant Solution For Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, Compaq Inc. Boston, MA, Now a Ph.D student at Brown University, RI).
  18. Georgios Varsamopoulos (CSU, CS, 12/98, Dynamically Adapting Registration Areas to Call and Mobility Pattern in PCS Networks, Ph.D. ASU).
  19. Christopher Sadler (CSU, CS, 6/99, Applying Predication to Efficiently Handle Runtime Class Tests, Hewlett-Packard, Microprocessor Technology Lab.)
  20. Alexandre Lenart (CSU, CS, Spring 99, Combining Type Analysis and Constant Propagation, Hewlett-Packard, Greely CO).
  21. Anurag Kahol (CSU, CS, 3/99, Client caching in mobile environment, Cisco Systems, San Jose CA),
  22. Sumit Khurana (CSU, CS, 3/99, Modeling effect of hidden terminals and mobility on performance of IEEE 802.11 MAC, Internet Architecture Research Lab., Telecordia Technologies, Morristown NJ),
  23. Michael Bahl (CSU, CS, 4/99, Routing in mobile ad hoc networks, Microsoft)
  24. Sumith Abraham Mathew, (CSU, 10/97, Compiling Object-Oriented Languages to SUIF, Sun Microsystems)
  25. Sudha Krishnamurthy (OU, CS, 6/96, Interprocedural Framework for Data Redistributions in Distributed-Memory Machines, Ph.D. UIUC/CS, Postdoc U. Virginia/CS)

 

MCS Students

 

Served/Serving on PhD Committees:

 

Invited Talks

 

·         Best Paper Award Talk “Security for Pervasive Health Monitoring Applications, Int’l Conf. on Intelligent Sensing and Information Processing (ICISIP-2006), Bangalore, India, 18 Dec. 2006.

·         Safe and Dependable Sensor Networking for Pervasive Healthcare, Department of Biomedical Informatics (BMI), The Ohio State University, Dec. 2006. (Host Prof. Joel Saltz, Chair and Professor).

·         Sensor Networking and Data Management for Pervasive Healthcare, IIT-Delhi, IIT-Kanpur, IT-BHU, Jan. 2006.

·         Sensor Networking and Data Management for Pervasive Healthcare, International Congress on Wireless Sensors and Networks, Dec. 21, 2005, Paris France.

·         Minimizing Data Center Operation Cost Using Distributed Smart Sensors, Host Jerzy Kolinski – Energy-Efficient Platform Lab and Trust and Manageability Lab, Intel Hillsboro, July 21st, 2005.

·         Sensor Networking and Data Management for Pervasive Healthcare, Host Database Group, Dept. of Computer Sc., U. of Pennsylvania, June 1st, 2005.

·         Energy-Efficient Multicasting in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks, Host Prof. L. Schwiebert, Wayne State University, Detroit MI, March 9th, 2004.

·         Designing Adaptive Protocols for Mobile Computing, Host Prof. S. Rajasekaran, , Dept. Computer Sc., U. Florida, Gainesville, FL. Sep. 2000.

·         Designing Adaptive Protocols for Mobile Computing, Host Prof. S. Yau, Dept. Computer Sc. & Engg., Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. Sept 2000.

·         Designing Adaptive Protocols for Mobile Computing, Host Prof. Badrinath, Dept. Computer Sc., Rutgers U., NJ, Sept. 2000.

·         Dynamically Adapting Registration Areas to User Mobility and Call Patterns for Efficient Location Management PCS Networks, Dept. of Computer Sc., U. Arizona, Tucson, AZ. Sep. 5, 2000. http://www.cs.arizona.edu/colloq/abstracts.00.01/Gupta_ab.html

·         Dynamically Adapting Registration Areas to User Mobility and Call Patterns for Efficient Location Management PCS Networks, Aug. 29, Dept. Computer Sc., NC State University, Raleigh, NC. http://research.csc.ncsu.edu/colloquia/2000-01/2000_01-seminar_list.html

·         Dynamically Adapting Registration Areas to User Mobility and Call Patterns for Efficient Location Management PCS Networks, Host Prof. S. Bruelle, Aug. 17th 2000, Dept. of Computer Sc., U. Iowa, Iowa City, IA.  http://www.cs.uiowa.edu/Events/Colloquia/2000/colloquium.2000.8.17.html

·         Dynamically Adapting Registration Areas to User Mobility and Call Patterns for Efficient Location Management PCS Networks, Host Prof. L. Wilson, Aug. 2000, Dept. of Computer Sc., Old Dominion U., Norfolk, VA. 

·         Dynamically Adapting Registration Areas to User Mobility and Call Patterns for Efficient Location Management PCS Networks, Host: Dr. W.-C. Lee, Verizon Labs (Formely GTE Labs), August 11, 2000.

·          A Database Caching Scheme for Wireless and Mobile Clients, Host: Dr. Arun Iyengar, IBM T. J. Watson, Hawthrone, New York, March 29, 1999.

·         A Framework for Synthesizing Efficient Parallel Programs for Block Recursive Algorithms, Host: Dr. Manavendra Misra, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Colorado School of Mines, Jan. 31, 1997.

·         Overlapping Communication and Computation in Block Recursive Algorithms, Host Dr. Steve Hammond, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Oct. 15, 1996.

·         A Framework for Synthesizing Efficient Parallel Programs for Block Recursive Algorithms, Dept. of Computer Science, Colorado State University, Host. Prof. P. Srimani, Jan. 29, 1996.

·         Compiling array expressions for efficient execution on distributed-memory machines, Host Prof. S. Pande, Ohio University, Athens, OH, 1995.

·         Compiling array expressions for efficient execution on distributed-memory machines, HP Cupertino, March 1995.

·         Compiling array expressions for efficient execution on distributed-memory machines, Honeywell, March 1995.

·         A Framework for Synthesizing Efficient Parallel Programs for Block Recursive Algorithms, Cray, Mendota Heights, Minnesota, 1995.

·         A Framework for Synthesizing Efficient Parallel Programs for Block Recursive Algorithms, Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engg. & Computer Sc., U. Cincinnati OH, Host Prof. D. Hensgen, 1994.

 

Invited Panel, Workshops, Special Session, Participation (including those planned in near future)

 

Departmental Service

College Service

University Service

 

Publications (Note: to get a list of paper (with citations) from Google Scholar or some other search engine use “S. K. S. Gupta” or “Sandeep K. S. Gupta” to get most accurate list)

 

Books:

  1. F. Adelstein (ATC-NY), S. K. S. Gupta, G. Richard (U. New Orleans/CS), L. Schwiebert (Wayne State/CS), Fundamentals of Mobile and Pervasive Computing, McGraw Hill, Nov. 2004.

 

Refereed Archival Journal/Magazine Articles:

·         Student co-authors are in bold

·         Co-Author Affiliations as stated in publication

 

  1. S. Upadhyayula and S. K. S. Gupta, Spanning Tree Based Algorithms for Low Latency and Energy-Efficient Convergecast in Wireless Sensor Networks, Elsevier Ad Hoc Networks, 5(5), pp 626-648, July 2006.

 

  1. G. Varsamopoulos (Arizona State/CSE) and S. K. S. Gupta (Arizona State/CSE), Optimal Online and Offline Registration Techniques for Location Management in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks, IEEE Trans. Mobile Computing, 4(5), pp 474-488, Sep./Oct. 2005. Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/TMC.2005.69.

 

  1. Q. Tang (Arizona State/EE), N. Tummala (Arizona State/CSE), S. K. S. Gupta (Arizona State/CSE), and L. Schwiebert (Wayne State/CS), Communication Scheduling to Minimize Thermal Effects of Implanted Biosensor Networks in Homogeneous Tissue, IEEE Trans. Biomedical Engg., 52(7), pp 1285-1294, July 2005. DOI: 10.1109/TBME.2005.847527. Preprint: http://shamir.eas.asu.edu/~mcn/publication/IEEEBioheat.pdf.

 

 

  1. I. Raicu (U.Chicago/CS), L. Schwiebert (Wayne State/CS), S. Fowler (Wayne State/CS), and S. K. S. Gupta (Arizona State/CSE), Local Load Balancing for Globally Efficient Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks, Int’l J. Distributed Sensor Networks, 1(2), pp 163-185, April-June   2005. DOI:   10.1080/15501320590966431. Preprint: http://people.cs.uchicago.edu/~iraicu/research/publications/JDSN_2005_e3D_v21.pdf - One of the top 10% of the papers in 2004 IEEE Int’l Conference on Intelligent Sensor, Sensor Networks, and Information Processing, invited for submitting an extended version to the journal.

 

  1. G. Varsamopoulos (Arizona State/CSE) and S. K. S. Gupta (Arizona State/CSE), Dynamically Adapting Registration Areas to User Mobility and Call Patterns for Efficient Location Management in PCS Networks, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, 12(5), pp 837-850, Oct. 2004. (Citeseer Impact Rating of publication venue in Computer Science http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/impact.html: 27 (out of 1221) IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking: 2.05 (top 2.21%))

 

  1. M. Kochhal (Wayne State/EE), L. Schwiebert (Wayne State/CS), S. K. S. Gupta (Arizona State/CS), Integrating Sensing Perspective for Better Self Organization of Ad Hoc Wireless Sensor Networks, J. Information Science and Engineering, Special Issue on Mobile Computing, 20(3), 449-475, May 2004. http://www.iis.sinica.edu.tw/JISE/2004/200405_03.pdf

 

  1. B. Wang (Arizona State/CSE) and S. K. S. Gupta (Arizona State/CSE), Extending Lifetime of Multicast Trees in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks, J. Information Sc. and Engg, Special Issue on Mobile Computing, 20(3), 425-447, May 2004.  http://www.iis.sinica.edu.tw/JISE/2004/200405_02.pdf.

 

  1. S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), and P. K. Srimani (Clemson U./CS), Self-Stabilizing Multicast Protocols for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, Journal Parallel and Distributed Computing, 63(1), pp. 87-96, 2003. http://www.cs.clemson.edu/~stabiliz/Papers/jpdc-2003.pdf

 

  1. S. K. S. Gupta (Arizona State/CSE), and P. K. Srimani (Clemson U./CS), Adaptive Core Selection and Migration Method for Multicast Routing in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, IEEE Trans. on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 14(1), pp 27-38, Jan. 2003.

 

  1. S. S. Yau (Arizona State/CSE), F. Karim (Arizona State/CSE), Y. Wang (Arizona State/CSE), B. Wang (Arizona State/CSE), and S. K. S. Gupta (Arizona State/CSE), Reconfigurable context-sensitive middleware for pervasive computing IEEE Pervasive Computing, Volume: 1, Issue:3, 2002. pages 33-40. http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/iel5/7756/22254/01037720.pdf.

 

  1. S. K. S. Gupta (Arizona State/CSE), and P. K. Srimani (Clemson U./CS), Core-Base Tree with Forwarding Regions (CBT-FR): A Protocol for Reliable Multicasting in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, Special Issue on Routing, Journal Parallel and Distributed Computing, 61, 1249-1277, August 2001. http://www.cs.clemson.edu/~stabiliz/Papers/jpdc-2001.pdf. (356/1221 J. Parallel and Distributed Computing: 0.86 (top 29.15%))

 

  1. A. Kahol (Colorado State/CS), S. Khurana (Colorado State/CS), S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), and P. K. Srimani (Colorado State/CS), Adaptive Distributed Dynamic Channel Allocation for Wireless Networks. Journal Parallel and Distributed Computing, 61(7), pp 898-916, July 2001.

 

  1. A. Kahol (Cisco Systems), S. Khurana (Telcordia Technologies), S. K. S. Gupta (Arizona State/CSE), and P. K. Srimani (Clemson U./CS), A Strategy to Manage Cache Consistency in a Distributed Mobile Wireless Environment. IEEE Trans. on Parallel and Distributed Systems, pp 686-700, vol. 12(7), July 2001. http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/iel5/71/20347/00940744.pdf

 

  1. I. D. Aron (Colorado State/CS) and S. K. S. Gupta (Arizona State/CSE), On the scalability of on-demand routing protocols for mobile ad hoc networks: and analytical study, Journal of Interconnection Networks (JOIN), Special Issue on Performance Analysis and Evaluation of Wireless and Mobile Networks, Guest Editors: A. Boukerche and M. S. Notare, World Scientific Publishing Company, 2(1), pp 5-29, 2001.

 

 

  1. S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS) and P. K. Srimani (Colorado State/CS), UpdateSearch: a new dynamic channel allocation scheme for mobile networks that adjust to system loads, J. Supercomputing, 17(1), pp 47-65, Aug. 2000. http://www.springerlink.com/media/E3GPYPWTXGMD1CQHLK1P/Contributions/T/G/5/N/TG5N3Q7953367W31.pdf

 

  1. S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS) and P. K. Srimani (Colorado State/CS), Scheduling independent jobs for torus connected networks with/without link contention, Elsevier J. Mathematical and Computer Modeling, 31, pp. 131-145, 2000.

 

  1. C. Sadler (Colorado State/CS), S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), R. Bhatia (HP/VTC Fort Collins), Applying Predication to Efficiently Handle Runtime Class Testing, ACM SIGARCH Computer Architecture News – Special Issue on Interaction between compilers and computer architecture, 28(1),  pp 34-42,  March, 2000.

 

  1. Z. Li (IBM/Computer Software Division), J. H. Reif (Duke/CS), and S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), Synthesizing efficient out-of-core programs for block recursive algorithms using block-cyclic data distributions, IEEE Trans. on Parallel and Distributed Systems, Vol 10(3), pp. 297-315, March, 1999.

 

  1. S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS)and S. Krishnamurthy(Colorado State/CS), An Interprocedural Framework for Determining Efficient Data Redistributions in Distributed Memory Machines, Journal of Information Science and Engineering, Special issue on compilers for high-performance computing, 14(1), pp 27-51, March 1998.

 

  1. S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), C.-H. Huang (Ohio State/CIS), P. Sadayappan(Ohio State/CIS), and R. W. Johnson (St. Cloud State/CS), A technique for overlapping computation and communication for block-recursive algorithms. Wiley InterScience Concurrency: Practice and Experience, 10(2), pp 73-90, Feb. 1998. http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/fulltext/5367/PDFSTART

 

  1. Y.-C. Tseng (NCU,Taiwan/CS), T. H. Lin (Ohio State/CIS), S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), and D. K. Panda (Ohio State/CIS), Bandwidth-optimal complete exchange on wormhole routed 2D/3D torus networks: a diagonal-propagation approach, IEEE Trans. on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 8(4), pp 380-396, April 1997.

 

  1. S. K. S. Gupta (Duke/CS), S. D. Kaushik (Intel Corp/Microcomputer Software Lab), C.-H. Huang (Ohio State/CIS) and P. Sadayappan (Ohio State/CIS), Compiling array expressions for efficient execution on distributed-memory machines, Journal Parallel and Distributed Computing, 32 (2), Feb. 1996. [Citeseer Ranking of 6860/10000 – among most cited articles in Computer Science http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/articles35.html accessed on July 24th 2005. Note that this list includes Books as well as research articles.]

 

  1. S. K. S. Gupta (Ohio University/EECS), C.-H. Huang (Ohio State/CIS), P. Sadayappan (Ohio State/CIS), and R. W. Johnson, A framework for generating distributed memory parallel programs for block recursive algorithms. Journal Parallel and Distributed Computing, 34 (2), pp 137-153, 1996.

 

  1. Y.-C. Tseng (Chung-Hua Poly, Taiwan/CS) and S. K. S. Gupta (Ohio University/EECS), All-to-all personalized communication in a wormhole-routed torus, IEEE Trans. on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 7(5), pp 498-505, May 1996. (204. IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems: 1.17 (top 16.70%))

 

  1. S. K. S. Gupta, C.-H. Huang, P. Sadayappan, and R. W. Johnson, Implementing fast Fourier transforms on distributed-memory multiprocessors using data redistributions, Parallel Processing Letters, 4 (4), pp 277-288, 1994. http://www.worldscinet.com/ppl/04/0404/S0129626494000442.html

 

  1. S. K. S. Gupta, S. D. Kaushik, C.-H. Huang, J. R. Johnson, R. W. Johnson, P. Sadayappan, On the automatic generation of data distributions, ACM SIGPLAN Notices, 28(1), p. 82, 1993.

 

 

Journal Articles in Submission

 

  1. G. Deng and S. K. S. Gupta, Studying the Impact of Receiver Energy Costs on Maximizing Broadcast Lifetime in WANETs: Models and Solutions, IEEE/ACM Trans. on Networking, Jan. 2007.
  2. Y. Du and S. K. S. Gupta, Improving on-demand data access efficiency in MANETs with cooperative caching, Elsevier Ad Hoc Journal, Feb. 2006. Revised Feb 2007.
  3. K. Venkatasubramanian and S. K. S. Gupta, Physiological Value Based Efficient  Security Solutions for Body Sensor Networks, ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks, submitted, Feb 2007.

 

Guest Editorials

 

  1. Y.-C. Tseng, S. K. S. Gupta, W.-C. Lee, P. K. Srimani, Editorial, Wireless Networks, 9(2), 93-94, 2003.
  2. P. K. Srimani, W.-C. Lee, S. K. S. Gupta, Guest editorial: special section on data management systems and mobile computing  Computers, IEEE Transactions on , Volume: 51 Issue: 10 , Oct 2002. Page(s): 1121 –1123. http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/iel5/12/22294/01039839.pdf

3.       S. K. S. Gupta , W.-C. Lee, M. Satyanarayanan, and S. K. S. Gupta, Editorial for special issue on pervasive computing  Mobile Networks and Applications August 2002 Volume 7 Issue 4 , Pages: 255 – 257.

4.       S. K. S. Gupta, W.-C. Lee, A. Purukayastha, P. K. Srimani, An Overview of Pervasive Computing, IEEE Personal Communications, Vol 8(4), pp 8-9, August 2001.

 

Book Chapters

  1. K. Venkatasubramanian (ASU/CSE) and S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), Chapter 15 Security Solutions for Pervasive Healthcare, pp 443-464, In Security in distributed, grid, mobile, and pervasive computing, eds Yang Xiao, Auerbach Publications, CRC Press, 2007.
  2. G. Deng (ASU/CSE) and S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), Maximizing Multicast Lifetime in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks, High Performance Computing: Paradigm and Infrastructure, Eds. L. Yang and Cao, John Wiley & Sons Inc., Chapter 34, pp 643-660, Nov. 2005.
  3. M. Kochhal (Wayne State/EE), L. Schwiebert (Wayne State/CS),, S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), Self-Organization for Wireless Sensor Networks, Handbook of Theoretical and Algorithmic Aspects of Sensor, Ad Hoc Wireless and Peer-to-Peer Networks, CRC Press, J. Wu ed., 2005.
  4. S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), and B. Wang (ASU/CSE), Energy-Efficient Multicast Protocols, in Resource Management in Wireless Networking M. Cardei et al (eds). Kluwer, May 2004.
  5. Y. Du (ASU/CSE) and S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), Cache Management in Wireless and Mobile Computing Environments, Handbook of Mobile Computing, CRC Press, Dec. 2004.
  6. S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE) and P. K. Srimani (Clemson/CS), Data Management in Wireless and Mobile Environment, Handbook of Mobile Computing, I. Stojmenovik ed., (Editor) ISBN: 0-471-41902-8, Hardcover (664 Pages), pp 553-579, February 2002, John Wiley.

 

Invited Papers

  1. S. K. S. Gupta and L. Schwiebert, Dependable Pervasive Health Monitoring (A Position Paper), High Confidence Medical Device Software and Systems (HCMDSS) Workshop, June 2-3, Philadelphia, PA.
  2. S. K. S. Gupta and P. K. Srimani, Using self-stabilization to design adaptive multicast protocols for mobile ad hoc networks, Proc. DIMACS Workshop Mobile Networks and Computing (March 25-27 1999,DIMACS Center) Eds. S. Rajsekaran, P. Pardalos and F. Hsu, American Mathematical Society, DIMACS 52, pp. 67-84, 2000.
  3. S. Cherukuri, K. K. Venkataubramanian, S. K. S. Gupta, BioSec: A Biometric Based Approach for Securing Communication in Wireless Networks of Biosensors Implanted in the Human Body, First Int’l Workshop on Wireless Security and Privacy (WiSPr’03), Oct 2003. Pages:432 – 439.

 

Refereed Conferences, Workshops, and Symposia Publications:

·         Student co-authors are in bold

·         Co-Author Affiliations as stated in publication

 

Education:

  1. S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), Anatomy of a Graduate Ubiquitous/Pervasive Computing Course, Proc. 2nd IEEE Pervasive Computing and Communication (PerCom 2004) Workshop on Pervasive Education (PerEd), pp 247-251, Orlando, FL, 2004.
  2. S. S. Yau (ASU/CSE), S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), F. Karim (ASU/CSE), S. I. Ahamed (ASU/CSE), Y. Wang (ASU/CSE), B. Wang (ASU/CSE), Smart Classroom: Enhancing collaborative learning using pervasive computing technology. ASEE 2003, Nashville TN, June 2003.
  3. S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS) and P. K. Srimani Colorado State/CS), Experience in Teaching a Graduate Course in Mobile Computing, Frontiers in Education (FIE 2000), Kansas City, Kansas, Oct. 2000. Page(s): S1C/6 -S1C11 vol.2

 

Research:

  1. Q. Tang and S. K. S. Gupta, Thermal Aware Task Scheduling for Datacenters through Minimizing Heat Recirculation, Cluster 2007, Austin TX. Sept. 2007. To appear.
  2. T. Mukherjee and S. K. S. Gupta, “'Analytical Model for Optimizing Periodic Route Maintenance in Proactive Protocols for MANETs”, MSWIM, Greece, Oct. 2007.
  3. G. Gianni (ASU/EE+Universita' di Firenze), G. Manes, S. K. Gupta, Exploiting Low-Cost Directional Antennas in 2.4 GHz IEEE 802.15.4 Wireless, European Microwave Week (EuMW), Munich, Germany, 18-21 Oct. 2007.
  4. Gianni Giorgetti (ASU/EE+Universita' di Firenze), Sal Mastroianni, Jonathan Lewis (Embedded Systems Research, Motorola Labs, Tempe, US), Gianfranco Manes (Universita' di Firenze), Sandeep Gupta (IMPACT Lab, Arizona State University), The Personal Sensor Network: a User-Centric Monitoring Solution, BodyNets 2007, Florence, Italy.
  5. G. Giorgetti (ASU/EE+ U. Florence), S. K. S. Gupta, and G. Manes (U. Florence)Wireless Localization Using Self-Organizing Maps, Information Processing in Sensor Networks (IPSN), Cambridge, MA, 2007. (Acceptance rate: 36/170; about 21%)
  6. T. Mukherjee (ASU/CSE), G. Sridharan (ASU/CSE), S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), Energy-Aware Self-Stabilization in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks: A Multicasting Case Study, 21st IEEE Int’l Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS) , Long Beach, California, 26-30th March 2007.  (Acceptance rate: 109/419; about 26%)
  7. T. Mukherjee (ASU/CSE), Q. Tang (ASU/EE), C. Ziesman (ASU/CSE), S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE) and P. Cayton (Intel Corp.), Software Architecture for Dynamic Thermal Management in Datacenters, Comsware’ 2007, Bangalore, India, Jan. 2007. (Funded by Intel and NSF CNS-0649868).
  8. K. Venkatasubramanian (ASU/CSE) and S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), Security for Pervasive Health Monitoring Applications, Int’l Conf. on Intelligent Sensing and Information Processing (ICISIP-2006), Bangalore, India, 15-18 Dec. 2006. Best Paper Award.
  9. Q. Tang (ASU/EE), S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE) and P. Cayton (Intel Corp.), Sensor-Based Fast Thermal Evaluation Model For Energy-Efficient High-Performance Datacenters, Intelligent Sensing and Information Processing (ICISIP-2006), Bangalore, India, 15-18 Dec. 2006.
  10. G. Deng (ASU/CSE) and S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), On Maximizing Network Lifetime of Broadcast in WANETs under an Overhearing Cost Model, International Conference on Distributed Computing and Networking, ICDCN 2006, Guwahati, India, Dec. 2006. Regular paper. (Funded by NSF ANI-09) (Acceptance rate; for regular paper 29/245; about 12 %; overall 59/245 24%).
  11. G. Deng (ASU/CSE) and S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), Maximizing Broadcast Tree Lifetime in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks, Globecom 2006, San Francisco, Nov. 27-Dec. 1, 2006. (Acceptance rate: 40%)
  12. T. Mukherjee (ASU/CSE), K. Venkatasubramanian (ASU/CSE), and S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), Performance Modeling of Criticality-Aware Event Management for Ubiquitous Computing Applications, MSWIM’06, Torremolinos, Spain, Oct. 2-6, 2006. (Acceptance rate: about 22%)
  13. Q. Tang (ASU/EE), S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), D. Stanzione (ASU/CSE), P. Cayton (Intel Corp.), Thermal-Aware Task Scheduling to Minimize Energy Usage of Blade Servers, 2nd IEEE Int’l Dependable, Autonomic, and Secure Computing (DASC’06), Indianapolis, Sep. 29-Oct 1, 2006. (Acceptance rate: 45/110 about 41%)
  14. S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), T. Mukerjee (ASU/CSE), and K. Venkatasubramanian (ASU/CSE), Criticality Aware Access Control Model For Pervasive Applications, 4th IEEE Conf. on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom 2006), Pisa, Italy, 13-17 March, 2006. (Acceptance: 38/280; about 13.5%)
  15. S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), T. Mukerjee (ASU/CSE), K. Venkatasubramanian (ASU/CSE), and T. B. Taylor (MediServe Information Systems), Proximity Based Access Control in Smart-Emergency Department, 1st Workshop on Ubiquitous & Pervasive Healthcare – in conjunction with Percom 2006, Pisa, Italy, March 13th, 2006.
  16. H. S. Kim, J. W. Lee, S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), Y.-H. Lee (ASU/CSE), Trust-Propagation Based Authentication Protocol in Multihop Wireless Home Networks, 1st Int’l Conf. on Communication System Software and Middleware (COMSWARE 2006), New Delhi, Jan. 8-12 2006. (Acceptance Rate: 40/122; about 33%)
  17. Y. Du (ASU/CSE) and S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), COOP – a co-operative caching service in MANETs, Autonomic and Autonomous Systems and International Conference on Networking and Services, 2005. ICAS-ICNS 2005. Joint International Conference on, Tahiti, French Polynesia, pp 58-63, Oct. 23-28, 2005. (Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/ICAS-ICNS.2005.37)
  18. Q. Tang (ASU/EE), S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), and L. Schwiebert (Wayne State/CS), TARA: Thermal-Aware Routing Algorithms for Implanted Sensor Networks, Proc. First IEEE Int’l Conf. Distributed Computing in Sensor Networks (DCOSS’05), LNCS 3560, pp 206-217, Marina Del Ray, June 30- July 1 2005. [Acceptance Rate: 26 out of 85 » 30.58%].
  19. S. Obeidat (ASU/CSE) and S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), Towards Voice Over Ad Hoc Networks: An Adaptive Scheme for Packet Voice Communications Over Wireless Links, Proc. First IEEE Int’l Conf. Wireless and Mobile Computing, Networking and Communications (WiMob’2005), pp 245-252, Aug. 22-25 2005, Montreal, Canada.
  20. Q. Tang (ASU/EE), S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), and L. Schwiebert, BER Performance Analysis of an On-off Keying Based Minimum Energy Coding for Energy Constrained Wireless Sensor Application, Proc. 40th IEEE Int’l Conf. on Comm. (ICC 2005 Wireless Communication), Vol. 4, pp 2734-2738, May 16-20, 2005, Seoul Korea. (Acceptance Rate: 692 out of 2000 » 35%)
  21. I. Raicu, L. Schwiebert, S. Fowler, and S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), e3D: An Energy-Efficient Routing Algorithm for Wireless Sensor Networks, 1st IEEE Int’l Conference on Intelligent Sensor, Sensor Networks, and Information Processing, pp 25-30, 14-17 Dec. 2004, Melbourne Australia.
  22. B. Wang (ASU/CSE), J. Bodily (ASU/CSE), and S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), Supporting Persistent Social Groups in Ubiquitous Computing Environments Using Context-Aware Ephemeral Group Service, 2nd IEEE Conf. on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom 2004), pp 287-296, Orlando Fl, March 14-17, 2004. (Acceptance Rate: 19%)
  23. B. Wang (ASU/CSE) and S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), S-REMiT: An algorithm for Session-Based Energy-Efficient Multicasting in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks, IEEE Globecom, San Francisco, Dec. 2003. Pages:3519 – 3524. (Acceptance Rate: 816 out of 2,250 » 36.3%)
  24. S. Upadhyayula (ASU/CSE), V. Annamalai (ASU/CSE), and S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), A Low Latency and Energy-Efficient Algorithm for Convergecast in Wireless Sensor Networks, IEEE Globecom, San Francisco, Dec. 2003. Pages:3525 – 3530. (Acceptance Rate: 816 out of 2,250 » 36.3%)
  25. B. Wang (ASU/CSE) and S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), Maximizing Lifetime of Multicast Trees in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks, 32nd Int’l Conference on Parallel Processing (ICPP 2003), Oct. 6-9, 2003, Kaohsuing, Taiwan, R. O. C. Pages:333 – 340. (Acceptance Rate: 71/192 » 37%).
  26. M. Kochhal (Wayne State/EE), L. Schwiebert (Wayne State/CS), S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), Role-Based Hierarchical Self-Organization for Wireless Sensor Networks, 2nd Int’l Workshop on Wireless Sensor Networks and Applications (WSNA’03), pp 98-107, Sep 19th, 2003.
  27. S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), S. Lalwani (ASU/CSE), Y. Prakash (ASU/EE), El.B. El.-Sharawy (ASU/EE), and L. Schwiebert, Towards a Propagation Model for Wireless Biomedical Applications, IEEE 2003 International Conference on Communications, General Conference - Communication, Anchorage, Alaska, 11-15, May, 2003. Page(s): 1993-1947. (Acceptance Rate: 37.5%)
  28. S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), V. Shankar (ASU/CSE), and S. Lalwani (ASU/CSE), Reliable Multicast MAC Protocol for Wireless LANs, IEEE 2003 International Conference on Communications, General Conference - Communication, Anchorage, Alaska, 11-15, May, 2003. Page(s): 93-97. (Acceptance Rate: 37.5%)
  29. B. Wang (ASU/CSE) and S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), G-REMiT: An Algorithm for Building Energy Efficient Multicast  Trees in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks, The 2nd IEEE International Symposium on Network Computing and Applications (NCA-03) Cambridge MA, April 16-18, 2003. Page(s): 265-272.
  30. V. Annamalai (ASU/CSE), S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), and L. Schwiebert, On Tree Based Convergecasting in Wireless Sensor Networks, IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference, New Orleans LA, March 2003. Page(s): 1942 –1947. (Acceptance Rate: 377 out of 730 » 52%)
  31. Y. Prakash (ASU/EE) and S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), Energy Efficient Source Coding and Modulation for Wireless Application, IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference, New Orleans LA, March 2003. Page(s): 212 –217. (Acceptance Rate: 377 out of 730 » 52%)
  32. S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE) and S. Cherukuri (ASU/CSE), Adaptive Protocol for Efficient and Secure Multicasting in IEEE 802.11 Based Wireless LANs, IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference, New Orleans LA, March 2003. Page(s): 2021-2026. (Acceptance Rate: 377 out of 730 » 52%)
  33. S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE) and S. Obeidat (ASU/CSE), A Framework for Adaptive Voice Communication Over Wireless Channels, IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference, New Orleans LA, March 2003. Page(s): 1096 –1101. (Acceptance Rate: 377 out of 730 » 52%)
  34. L. Schwiebert (Wayne State/CS), S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), P. S. G. Auner (Wayne State/ECE),  G. Abrams (Wayne State/Ophthalmology), R. Iezzi (Wayne State/ Ophthalmology),  P.  McAllister (Wayne State/Neurosurgery), A biomedical smart sensor for the visually impaired. Proceedings of IEEE Sensors, 2002 , Volume: 1 , 2002  Page(s): 693 -698 vol.1.
  35. M. Kochhal (Wayne State/ECE), L. Schwiebert (Wayne State/CS), S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), J. Changli (Wayne State/ECE),  An efficient core migration protocol for QoS in mobile ad hoc networks  Performance, Computing, and Communications Conference, 2002. 21st IEEE International, 2002  Page(s): 387 –391.
  36. S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), G. Konjevod (ASU/CSE), G. Varsamopoulos (ASU/CSE), A theoretical study of optimization techniques used in registration area based location management: models and online algorithms  Proceedings of the 6th International workshop on Discrete algorithms and methods for mobile computing and communications (DAIL-M) September 2002, Atlanta, Georgia, USA,  Pages: 72 – 79, 2002. [Acceptance Rate: 7 out of 24, about 29%]
  37. L. Schewiebert, S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), J. Weinmann, A. Salhieh, V. Shankar (ASU/CSE), V. Annamalia (ASU/CSE), M. Kochhal, and G. Auner, Research Challenges in Wireless Networks of Biomedical Sensors, Proc. of the Seventh Annual ACM/IEEE Int’l Conf. on Mobile Computing and Networking, Rome, Italy, July 2001. (Acceptance Rate: 30 out of 281 » 10.7%)
  38. G. Varsamopulous (ASU/CSE) and S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), On Finding Optimal Registrations in Presence of Overlapping Registration Areas, Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Discrete Algorithms and Methods for Mobile Computing and Communications (DIAL-M), vol 5, 77-86, Rome, Italy, July 2001.
  39. V. Shankar (ASU/CSE), A. Natarajan (ASU/CSE), S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), and L. Schwiebert, Energy-efficient protocols for wireless communication in biosensor networks, The 12-th IEEE Int’l Symp. on Personal, Indoor, and Mobile Radio Communication (PIMRC), San Diego, CA, Sep. 30-Oct. 3, 2001.
  40. I. D. Aron (Colorado State/CS) and S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), Analytical Comparison of Local and End-to-End Error Recovery in Reactive Routing Protocols for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks”, The 3rd ACM Int’l Workshop on Modeling Analysis and Simulation of Wireless and Mobile Systems (MSWiM 2000), Boston, MA, Aug. 11, 2000. (Acceptance Rate: 16/55, 29.1%)
  41. M. Bahl (Colorado State/CS), S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), and P. K. Srimani (Colorado State/CS), Performance Comparison of Packet Forwarding Techniques in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks. Second Conference on Simulation Methods and Applications (CSMA 2000), Orlando, Florida, Oct. 29-31, 2000.
  42. S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), A. Bouabdallah (U. Tech. Compiegne/Informatique) and P. K. Srimani (Colorado State/CS), Self-Stabilizing Protocol for Shortest Path Tree for Multi-cast Routing in Mobile Networks, Proc. 6th European Conference on Parallel Computing (EuroPar’00), pp 600-604, Munich, Germany, Aug/Sep, 2000. [Acceptance Rate: 167 out of 326, 51%).
  43. A. Kahol (Colorado State/CS), S. Khurana (Colorado State/CS), S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), and P. K. Srimani (Colorado State/CS), An Efficient Cache Management Scheme for Mobile Environment. The 20th Int’l Conf. on Distributed Computing and Systems (ICDCS’00), pp. 530-537, Taipei, Taiwan, April 2000. (Acceptance Rate: < 30%)
  44. C. Sadler (Colorado State/CS), S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), and R. Bhatia, Applying Predication to Efficiently Handle Runtime Class Testing, The 4th Annual Workshop on Interaction between Compilers and Computer Architectures (INTERACT-4) in conjunction with 6th International Symposium on High-Performance Computer Architecture (HPCA-6). Toulouse France, Jan. 9, 2000.
  45. A. Lenart (Colorado State/CS), C. Sadler (Colorado State/CS), and S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), SSA-based Flow-Sensitive Type Analysis: Combining Constant and Type Propagation, Special Track on Programming Languages, Proc. 2000 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing, vol.(2)  pp 813-817, March 19-21, 2000 Como, Italy.
  46. I. D. Aron (Colorado State/CS)  and S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), A Witness-Aided Routing Protocol for Mobile Ad HoC Networks with Unidirectional Links. Proc. 1st Int’l Conf. on Mobile Data Access (MDA’99), pp 24-33, Hong Kong, China, Dec. 1999.
  47. C. Sadler (Colorado State/CS), S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), and R. Bhatia, Applying Predication to Reduce Cost of Virtual Function Calls, ICCD Workshop on Hardware Support for Objects and Microarchitectures for Java, pp 30-34, Austin, TX, Oct. 10, 1999. http://research.sun.com/people/mario/iccd99whso/proc.pdf
  48. A. Kahol (Colorado State/CS), S. Khurana (Colorado State/CS), S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), and P. K. Srimani (Colorado State/CS), Performance Evaluation of Distributed Co-Ordination Function for IEEE 802.11 LAN Protocol in the Presence of Mobile and Hidden Terminals, 7th Int’l Symp. Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems (MASCOT’99), pp 40-47 U. of Maryland, MD, Oct. 1999.
  49. G. Varsamopoulos (Colorado State/CS)  and S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), On Dynamically Adapting Registration Areas to User Mobility Patterns in PCS Networks , Proc. Int’l Workshop on Collaboration and Mobile Computing (IWCMC’99), pp 108-113. Aizu, Japan, Aug. 1999.
  50. S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS) and P. K. Srimani (Colorado State/CS), Mobility Tolerant Maintenance of Multicast Tree in Mobile Ad Hoc Radio Networks. Proc. 1999 Int’l Conference on Parallel Processing (ICPP’99), pp 490-497, Aizu, Japan, Aug. 1999. [Acceptance around 35%]
  51. S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS) and P. K. Srimani (Colorado State/CS), An Adaptive Protocol for Reliable Multicast in Multi-Hop Radio Networks, Proc. 2nd IEEE Workshop on Mobile Computing Systems and Applications (WMCSA ’99). (Acceptance Rate: 12 out of 32 = 37.5%)
  52. S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS) and P. K. Srimani (Colorado State/CS), Distributed Dynamic Channel Allocation in Mobile Networks: Combining Search and Update. Proc. 1999 IEEE Int’l Performance, Computing and Communications Conf. pp 120-126, Phoenix, AZ, Feb. 1999. Acceptance around 35%]
  53. A. Kahol (Colorado State/CS), S. Khurana (Colorado State/CS), S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), and P. K. Srimani (Colorado State/CS), Simulating a General Purpose Mobile Computing Environment. Proc. of Conf. on Simulation Methods and Applications (CSMA’98), pp 117-124, Orlando FL, Oct. 1998.
  54. A. Kahol (Colorado State/CS), S. Khurana (Colorado State/CS), S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), and P. K. Srimani (Colorado State/CS), Adaptive Distributed Dynamic Channel Allocation for Wireless Networks. Proc. of 1998 ICPP Workshop on Wireless Networks and Mobile Computing, pp 124-133, Minneapolis, MN, 1998.
  55. S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS)  and P. K. Srimani (Colorado State/CS), Preemptive Job Scheduling in Torus Connected Networks, Proc. 10th Int’l Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems (PDCS’98), pp 154-157, Las Vegas, Oct. 1998.
  56. S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS) and P. K. Srimani (Colorado State/CS) Subtorii allocation strategies for torus connected networks; IEEE 3rd Int’l Conference on Algorithms and Architectures for Parallel Processing (ICAAPS’97), 10-12 Dec. 1997, Melbourne Australia, Page(s):287 – 294.
  57. K. Schug (Colorado State/EE), S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), A. Jayasumana (Colorado State/EE), and P. Srimani (Colorado State/CS), CORBA based HLA/RTI design approach, SCS Proc. Summer Computer Simulation Conference SCSC’97, Arlington VA, pp 585-590, July 1997.
  58. S. Mathew (Colorado State/CS), E. Dahlman (Colorado State/CS), and S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), Compiling Java to SUIF: Incorporating Support for Object-Oriented Languages. Second SUIF Compiler Workshop, Stanford University, Stanford, CA. August 21-23, 1997. http://suif.stanford.edu/suifconf/suifconf2/ - online proceeding only.
  59. S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS)  and S. Krishnamurthy (Ohio State U./CIS), An Interprocedural Framework for Determining Efficient Data Redistributions in Distributed Memory Machines, Proc. 6th Symposium on the Frontiers of Massively Parallel Computation, pp 233-240, Annapolis, Maryland, 1996.
  60. Z. Li (Duke/CS), J. H. Reif (Duke/CS), and S. K. S. Gupta (Duke/CS), Synthesizing efficient out-of-core programs for block recursive algorithms using block-cyclic data distributions. Proc. Int’l Conf. Parallel Processing, 1996.
  61.  S. K. S. Gupta (Duke/CS), Z. Li (Duke/CS), and J. H. Reif (Duke/CS), Generating efficient programs for two-level memories from tensor products, Proc. Seventh IASTED/ISMM Int’l Conf. Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems, pp 510-513, 1995.
  62. Y.-C. Tseng and S. K. S. Gupta, All-to-all Personalized Communication in a Wormhole-routed Torus, Proc. Int’l Conf. Parallel Processing. Vol. I, pp 76-79, 1995. [Acceptance around 35%]
  63. Y.-C. Tseng (Chung-Hua Poly/CS), S. K. S. Gupta (Ohio State U./CIS), and D. K. Panda (Ohio State U./CIS), An efficient scheme for complete exchange in 2D tori, Proc. Int’l Parallel Processing Symp., pp 532-536, 1995.
  64. S. K. S. Gupta (Ohio State U./CIS), C.-H. Huang (Ohio State U./CIS), P. Sadayappan (Ohio State U./CIS), and R. W. Johnson, Communication-Efficient Implementation of Block-Recursive Algorithm on Distributed-Memory Machines. Proc. Int’l Conf. on Parallel and Distributed Systems, pp 113-118, 1994.
  65. D. L. Dai (Ohio State U./CIS), S. K. S. Gupta (Ohio State U./CIS), S. D. Kaushik (Ohio State U./CIS), J. H. Lu (Ohio State U./CIS), R. V. Singh (Ohio State U./CIS), C.-H. Huang (Ohio State U./CIS), P. Sadayappan (Ohio State U./CIS), and R. W. Johnson, EXTENT: A portable programming environment for designing and implementing high-performance block-recursive algorithms. Proc. ACM/IEEE Supercomputing 94, pp 49-58, 1994. [Acceptance Rate: around 30%]
  66. S. K. S. Gupta (Ohio State U./CIS), C.-H. Huang (Ohio State U./CIS), R. W. Johnson (St. Cloud State U./CS), and P. Sadayappan (Ohio State U./CIS), Programming FFT in High Performance Fortran. Proc. Int’l Conf. on Parallel and Distributed Systems, pp 284-289, 1993. [Acceptance Rate: around 35%]
  67. S. K. S. Gupta (Ohio State U./CIS), S. D. Kaushik (Ohio State U./CIS), S. Mufti (Ohio State U./CIS), S. Sharma (Ohio State U./CIS), C.-H. Huang (Ohio State U./CIS), and P. Sadayappan (Ohio State U./CIS), On compiling array expressions for efficient execution on distributed-memory machines, Proc. of International Conference on Parallel Processing, volume 2, pp 301-305, 1993,. [Acceptance Rate: around 35%]
  68.  S. K. S. Gupta (Ohio State U./CIS) and D. K. Panda (Ohio State U./CIS), Barrier synchronization in distributed-memory multiprocessors using rendezvous primitives, Proc. Int’l Parallel Processing Symp (IPPS) now part of Int’l Parallel and Distributed Processing Systems (IPDPS)., pp 501–506, 1993. [Acceptance Rate: around 35%]
  69. S. K. S. Gupta (Ohio State U./CIS), S. D. Kaushik (Ohio State U./CIS), C.-H. Huang (Ohio State U./CIS), J. R. Johnson, R. W. Johnson, and P. Sadayappan (Ohio State U./CIS), On the automatic generation of data distributions, Workshop on Languages, Compilers, and Run-Time Environments for Distributed-Memory Multiprocessors, Boulder, Colorado, Extended Abstract in ACM SIGPLAN Notices, 28(1), pp 82-82, Jan. 1993.
  70. S. K. S. Gupta (Ohio State U./CIS), S. D. Kaushik (Ohio State U./CIS), C.-H. Huang (Ohio State U./CIS), J. R. Johnson, R. W. Johnson, and P. Sadayappan (Ohio State U./CIS), A methodology for the generation of data distributions to optimize communication, Proc. Fourth IEEE Symp. Parallel and Distributed Processing (SPDP)- now part of Int’l parallel and distributed processing systems( IPDPS), pp 436–441, Dallas, TX, Dec. 1992.
  71. S. K. S. Gupta (Ohio State U./CIS), C.-H. Huang (Ohio State U./CIS), J. R. Johnson, R. W. Johnson, and P. Sadayappan (Ohio State U./CIS), On synthesis of parallel programs from tensor product formulas for block recursive algorithms, Conf. Rec. Fifth Workshop on Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing, Technical Report YALEU/DCS/RR-915, Yale University, pp 163–170, August 1992. Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Computer Science 757, pp 264–280.
  72. S. K. S. Gupta (Ohio State U./CIS), S. D. Kaushik (Ohio State U./CIS), C.-H. Huang (Ohio State U./CIS), J. R. Johnson, R. W. Johnson, and P. Sadayappan (Ohio State U./CIS), Towards automatic derivation of data distributions from tensor product formulas, Proc. Third Workshop on Compilers for Parallel Computers, Vienna, Austria, Technical report ACPC/TR-928, pp 372–392, July 1992.
  73. S. K. S. Gupta (Ohio State U./CIS), S. D. Kaushik (Ohio State U./CIS), S. Mufti (Ohio State U./CIS), S. Sharma (Ohio State U./CIS), C.-H. Huang (Ohio State U./CIS), and P. Sadayappan (Ohio State U./CIS), On the generation of efficient data communication for distributed-memory machines, Proc. International Computing Symp., Taiwan, pp 504–513, 1992.

 

Non-Refereed/Reviewed Conferences, Workshops, and Symposia Publications:

  1. S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), M. Reisslein (ASU/EE), and A. Sen (ASU/CSE), Towards information-quality based distribution of multimedia streams in mobile environments, IEEE 8-th Workshop on Future Trends in Distributed Computing Systems, (FTDCS), vol 8, pp. 25-31, Bologna, Italy, Oct. 2001.
  2. S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), A distributed and adaptive core selection and migration method for bandwidth-efficient multicast in mobile ad hoc networks, Int’l Workshop on Principles of Mobile Computing, New Port, Rhode Island, Aug. 29-30, 2001.
  3. I. Mohammad (ASU/CSE) and S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), Secure multicasting in mobile ad hoc networks, Int’l Workshop on Principles of Mobile Computing, New Port, Rhode Island, Aug. 29-30, 2001.

 

 

Poster, Poster Paper  and Technology Demonstration:

  1. S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), G. Giorgetti (ASU/CSE), and K. Venkatasubramanian (ASU/CSE), Pervasive Point-of-Care Treatment Using AYUSHMAN – An Infrastructure for Wireless Biosensors-Based Health Monitoring, “Moving Biosensors to Point-of-Care Cancer Diagnostics”, poster and technology demonstration, June 8-9 2005, Rockville, MD.
  2. K. Venkatasubramanian (ASU/CSE), G. Deng (ASU/CSE), T. Mukherjee (ASU/CSE), J. Quintero (ASU/CSE), V. Annamalai (ASU/CSE), S. K. S. Gupta (ASU/CSE), Ayushman: An infrastructure testbed for wireless sensors based health monitoring, poster paper, pp 406-407, DCOSS, 2005.
  3. A. Lenart (Colorado State/CS), C. Sadler (Colorado State/CS), and S. K. S. Gupta (Colorado State/CS), SSA-based Flow-Sensitive Type Analysis: Combining Constant and Type Propagation, poster at ACM SIGPLAN 1999 Conference on Programming Language, Design, and Implementation (PLDI’99).
  4. S. K. S. Gupta (Ohio State U./CIS) and D. N. Jayasimha (Ohio State U./CIS), Generalized dynamic group barrier synchronization, Technical Report OSU-CIS-RC-1/92-TR-8, Ohio State University, Jan 1991 (Poster at Int’l Conf. on Parallel Processing, 1992).

 

Thesis:

  1. S. K. S. Gupta, Synthesizing Communication-Efficient Distributed-Memory Parallel Programs for Block Recursive Algorithms, Ph. D. Dissertation, Dept. Computer and Information Science, Ohio State University, March 1995.
  2. S. K. S. Gupta, An architecture for parallel and distributed parsing of Indian languages, Master’s thesis, Dept. of Computer Sc. and Eng., Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, June 1989.

 

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