C. Gunter, S. Khanna, K. Tan, and S. S. Venkatesh, ``DoS Protection for Reliably Authenticated Broadcast,'' 11th Annual Network and Distributed System Security Symposium , San Diego, California, February 2004.
S. S. Kunniyur and S. S. Venkatesh, ``Network Devolution and the Growth of Sensory Lacunae in Sensor Networks,'' WiOpt'04: Modeling and Optimization in Mobile, Ad Hoc and Wireless Networks, University of Cambridge, UK, March 2004.
S. S. Kunniyur and S. S. Venkatesh, ``Sensor Network Devolution and Breakdown in Survivor Connectivity,'' 2004 International Symposium on Information Theory, Chicago, Illinois, June 27-July 2, 2004.
S. S. Venkatesh, ``Connectivity of Metric Random Graphs,'' preprint, 2004.
Jae H. Song, Santosh S. Venkatesh, Emily. A. Conant, Peter H. Arger, and Chandra M. Sehgal, ``Artificial Neural Network to aid differentiation between malignant and benign breast masses by Ultrasound Imaging," Ultrasonic Imaging and Signal Processing, SPIE Conference on Medical Imaging, San Diego, California, February 12--17, 2005.
Jae H. Song, Santosh S. Venkatesh, PhD, Emily A. Conant, MD, Peter H. Arger, MD, Chandra M. Sehgal, PhD, ``Comparative Analysis of Logistic Regression and Artificial Neural Network for Computer-Aided Diagnosis of Breast Masses,'' Academic Radiology, vol.~12, pp.~487--495, 2005.
M. Sherr, M. Greenwald, C. A. Gunter, S. Khanna, and S. S. Venkatesh, ``Mitigating DoS Attack Through Selective Bin Verification,'' Proceedings of the Workshop on Secure Network Protocols (NPSec), Boston, Massachusetts, November 2005.
S. S. Venkatesh, ``Connectivity,
Devolution, and Lacunae in Geometric Random Digraphs,'' http://ita.ucsd.edu/workshop/papers/165.pdf,
Proceedings of the Inaugural Workshop on Information Theory and Applications, San Diego, CA, February 2006.
S. S. Kunniyur and S. S. Venkatesh, ``Threshold Functions, Node Isolation, and Emergent Lacunae in Sensor Networks,'' IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol.~52, no.~12, pp.~5352--5372, December 2006.
M. B. Greenwald, S. Khanna, and S. S. Venkatesh, ``How Much Bandwidth Can Attack Bots Commandeer?'' Proceedings of the Workshop on Information Theory and Applications, San Diego, CA, January 2007.
Watch this space for the following papers to appear shortly:
S. S. Venkatesh, ``Combinatorial Threshold Functions for the Number of Users that Can Be Supported in a Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum System.''
J-H. Kim and S. S. Venkatesh, ``Learning Binary Threshold Functions via Iterative Majority Rule.''