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Department :  Computer Science

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Name:Dr. Karanjeet Singh Kahlon
Areas of Interest / SpecializationNetworking, Distributed Computing
Best Ten Publications:1. Neural network-a novel technique for software effort estimation J Kaur, S Singh, KS Kahlon, P Bassi International Journal of Computer Theory and Engineering 2 (1), 17-19, 2010 2. Non-replicated dynamic data allocation in distributed database systems A Singh, KS Kahlon IJCSNS International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security 9 ,9, 176-180, 2009 3. On a class of multistage interconnection network in parallel processing S Sharma, PK Bansal, KS Kahlon International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security 8 (5), 287-291, 2008 4. Survey of scheduling algorithms in IEEE 802.16 PMP networks KS Kahlon, H Kumar Egyptian Informatics Journal 15 (1), 25-36, Elsevier publication 2014 5. Effectiveness of encapsulation and object-oriented metrics to refactor code and identify error prone classes using bad smells S Singh, KS Kahlon ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes 36 (5), 1-10,2011 6.Static Analysis to Model & Measure OO Paradigms S Singh, KS Kahlon SAC, ACM 2010 7. Improved Irregular Augmented Shuffle Multistage Interconnection Network S Sharma, KS Kahlon, PK Bansal, K Singh International Journal of Engineering (IJE) 2 (3), 27,2008 8. Effectiveness of refactoring metrics model to identify smelly and error prone classes in open source software S Singh, KS Kahlon ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes 37 (2), 1-11,2012 9. Reliability and path length analysis of irregular fault tolerant multistage interconnection network S Sharma, KS Kahlon, PK Bansal ACM SIGARCH Computer Architecture News 37 (5), 16-23,2010 10. Identification of Error Prone Classes for Fault Prediction Using Object Oriented Metrics P Mittal, S Singh, KS Kahlon, Advances in Computing and Communications, 58-68, Springer publication, 2011
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