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Bio-Inspired Optimization Techniques in Blockchain Systems

Bio-Inspired Optimization Techniques in Blockchain Systems
Author(s)/Editor(s): U. Vignesh (Vellore Institute of Technology, Chennai, India), Manikandan M. (Manipal Institute of Technology, India)and Ruchi Doshi (Universidad Azteca, Mexico)
Copyright: ©2024
DOI: 10.4018/979-8-3693-1131-8
ISBN13: 9798369311318
EISBN13: 9798369311325


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In the dynamic landscape of bioinformatics and blockchain technology, a profound challenge is evident: ensuring secure exchange and analysis of complex biological data while maintaining data integrity and ownership. Traditional methods fall short in seamlessly transferring genomic data, spurring the fusion of blockchain innovation and optimization algorithms as a groundbreaking solution.

Biology-Inspired Optimization Techniques in Blockchain Systems directly addresses the data integrity and ownership dilemma in bioinformatics and blockchain. Despite the intricacies of genomic data, blockchain's potential solution faces obstacles like data volume and slow transactions. These challenges are adeptly overcome through optimization algorithms. The book, authored by experts in bioinformatics, blockchain, and optimization, offers a comprehensive guide, showcasing how blockchain architecture and biological data intricacies can harmonize. It provides a blueprint for using blockchain to store genomic variants and aligned reads. This work empowers developers, data scientists, and researchers to overcome technological barriers, redefining the landscape of bioinformatics and beyond.

Author's/Editor's Biography

U. Vignesh (Ed.)
U. Vignesh is currently an Assistant Professor Senior Grade 2 in School of Computer Science and Engineering, Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) - Chennai. Prior to his recent appointment at the VIT, he was a Post-Doctoral Fellow in National Institute of Technology (NIT), Trichy – India. Dr. Vignesh received his undergraduate degree in B.Tech (IT) as well as his M.Tech (IT) degree from Anna University - Chennai, and his PhD in Computer Science and Engineering from VIT University - Chennai. Dr. Vignesh published several papers in preferred Journals, patents and chapters in books, and participated in a range of forums on computer science, social science, etc. He also presented various academic as well as research-based papers at several national and international conferences. His research activities are currently twofold: while the first research activity is set to explore the developmental role that society needs with technology such as, Artificial Intelligence; the second major research theme that he is pursuing is focused on the bioinformatics and data mining.

Ruchi Doshi (Ed.)
Ruchi Doshi has more than 16 years of academic, research and software development experience in Asia and Africa. Currently she is working as research supervisor at the Azteca University, Mexico and Adjunct Professor at the Jyoti Vidyapeeth Women’s University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. She worked in the BlueCrest University College, Liberia,West Africa as Registrar and Head, Examination; BlueCrest University College, Ghana, Africa; Amity University, Rajasthan, India; Trimax IT Infrastructure & Services, Udaipur, India. She worked as a Founder Chair, Women in Engineering (WIE) and Secretary Position in the IEEE Liberia Subsection. She worked with Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE) in Liberia and Ghana for the Degree approvals and accreditations processes. She is interested in the field of Machine Learning and Cloud computing framework development. She has published numerous research papers in peer-reviewed international journals and conferences. She is a Reviewer, Advisor, Ambassador and Editorial board member of various reputed International Journals and Conferences.


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