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The Effect of “Smart” Information on Cryptography

S. Selvakumar


Cryptography gives the maximum security for information sharing in modern communication world. The neural networks improve the performance of smart information sharing. In the e-voting technology demonstration, prove the best smart information that is cryptography. Three hypnotically approaches are (1) that Lamport clocks no longer adjust performance (2) Bandwidth stayed constant across successive generations of UNIVACs (3) mean popularity of kernels is not as important as a methodology’s reliable user- kernel boundary when optimizing average latency. The Quality of service based on the security, loss, exact and reliable information sharing. The algorithm used for securing the smart information Security improvement based the several types of cryptography. The algorithm for the deployment of SCSI disks for execution. Smart information is message, voice and video. This paper focusing to find the optimal real time algorithm, that construction will give the best quality of services. The novel experiments shows the output of smart information sharing.


Neural Networks, Cryptography, Ethernet, Wireless, Architectures

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