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Secure and Practical Outsourcing of Linear Programming in Cloud Computing

March 20, 2012

The main objective of this Secure and Practical Outsourcing of Linear Programming in Cloud Computing is to develop fully homomorphic encryption (FHE) method. This system has 4 main modules namely framework technique module, fundamental technique module, high level technique module, verifying results module.

The system architecture follows customer can send LP problem to the cloud servers and it can be encrypted, then after cloud server verify decrypt the data and send the answers to the customer. Randomized key generation algorithm used to implement the project. Java server pages (JSP), Tomcat web application server, HTML, Java Script, Java, JDBC connectivity, Java Programming and MYSQL used to develop the entire project.


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4 Comments to "Secure and Practical Outsourcing of Linear Programming in Cloud Computing"

  1. Amar wrote:

    yes it is very usefull..

  2. raja wrote:

    hello how to get this project?

  3. Kunal Narhare wrote:

    I want tbis project how can i get this?

  4. dheekzi wrote:

    i want complete document of this project including objective and future enhancement also how can i get..

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