Dr. Sukhpal   Singh

Dr. Sukhpal Singh

Lecturer
Thapar University, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from Thapar University, India

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Area of Interest:

Computer Sciences
100%
Cloud Computing
62%
Software Engineering
90%
Big Data Analysis
75%
Computer Engineering
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Sukhpal, S., I. Chana and R. Buyya, 2016. IoT based agriculture as a cloud and big data service: the beginning of digital India. J. Organizational End User Comput., 2016: 1-14.
  2. Sukhpal, S., I, Chana and M. Singh, 2016. The Journey of QoS based autonomic cloud computing: a research perspective. IT Prof. Mag., 2016: 1-6.
  3. Singh, S., I. Chana, M. Singh and R. Buyya, 2016. SOCCER: Self-optimization of energy-efficient cloud resources. Cluster Comput., 19: 1787-1800.
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  4. Singh, S. and I. Chana, 2016. Resource provisioning and scheduling in clouds: QoS perspective. J. Supercomputing, 72: 926-960.
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  5. Singh, S. and I. Chana, 2016. QoS-aware autonomic resource management in cloud computing: a systematic review. ACM Comput. Surv., .
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  6. Singh, S. and I. Chana, 2016. QoS based Machine Learning Algorithms for Clustering of Cloud Workloads: A Review. Int. J. Cloud Comput. Super Comput., 3: 13-24.
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  7. Singh, S. and I. Chana, 2016. EARTH: Energy-aware autonomic resource scheduling in cloud computing. J. Intell. Fuzzy Syst., 30: 1581-1600.
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  8. Singh, S. and I. Chana, 2016. A survey on resource scheduling in cloud computing: Issues and challenges. J. Grid Comput., 14: 217-264.
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  9. Sukhpal, S. and I. Chana, 2015. QoS based Workload Design Patterns in Cloud Computing: A Literature Review. Int. J. Cloud Comput. Super Comput., 2: 1-10.
  10. Singh, S., I. Chana and M. Singh, 2015. Research Methodology: A Practitioner Approach. I Manager`s J. English Lang. Teach., 5: 27-38.
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  11. Singh, S. and I. Chana, 2015. QRSF: QoS-aware resource scheduling framework in cloud computing. J. Supercomputing, 71: 241-292.
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  12. Singh, S. and I. Chana, 2015. Q-aware: Quality of service based cloud resource provisioning. Comput. Electr. Eng., 47: 138-160.
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  13. Singh, S. and I. Chana, 2015. Cloud resource provisioning: survey, status and future research directions. Knowledge Inf. Syst., 49: 1005-1069.
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  14. Sukhpal, S. and I. Chana, 2014. Quality of Service and Service Level Agreements for Cloud Environments: Issues and Challenges. In: Cloud Computing-Challenges, Limitations and R&D Solutions. Mahmood, Z., (Ed.). Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, pp: 51-72.
  15. Singh, S. and I. Chana, 2014. Energy based efficient resource scheduling: a step towards green computing. Int. J. Energy Inf. Commun., 5: 35-52.
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  16. Singh, S. and R. Singh, 2013. Earthquake Disaster based Efficient Resource Utilization Technique in IaaS Cloud. Int. J. Adv. Res. Comput. Eng. Technol., 2: 1933-1938.
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  17. Singh, S. and I. Chana, 2013. Introducing agility in cloud based software development through ASD. Int. J. u e Serv. Sci. Technol., 6: 191-202.
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  18. Singh, S. and I. Chana, 2013. Cloud based development issues: a methodical analysis. Int. J. Cloud Comput. Serv. Sci., 2: 73-84.
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  19. Singh, S. and I. Chana, 2013. Advance billing and metering architecture for infrastructure as a service. Int. J. Cloud Comput. Serv. Sci., 2: 123-133.
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  20. Singh, S. and H. Singh, 2013. Case Study Based Software Engineering Project Development: State of Art. Int. J. Sci. Res. Comput. Sci. Appl. Manage. Stud., .
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  21. Singh, S., 2012. An algorithm for improving the quality of compacted JPEG image by minimizes the blocking artifacts. Int. J. Comput. Graphics Anim., 2: 17-35.
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  22. Singh, S. and R. Singh, 2012. Reusability framework for cloud computing. Int. J. Comput. Eng. Res., 2: 169-177.
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