This handbook provides a computational perspective on green computing and blockchain technologies. It presents not only how to identify challenges using a practical approach but also how to develop strategies for addressing industry challenges.
Handbook of Green Computing and Blockchain Technologies takes a practical-oriented approach, including solved examples and highlights standardization, industry bodies, and initiatives. Case studies provide a deeper understanding of blockchain and are related to real-time scenarios. The handbook analyzes current research and development in green computing and blockchain analytics, studies existing related standards and technologies, and provides results on implementation, challenges, and issues in today’s society.
- Analyzes current research developments in green computing and blockchain analytics
- Provides an analysis of implementation challenges and solutions
- Offers innovations in the decentralization process for the application of blockchain in areas such as healthcare, government services, agriculture, supply chain, financial, ecommerce, and more
- Discusses the impact of this technology on people’s lives, the way they work and learn, and highlights standardization, industry bodies, and initiatives
This handbook will benefit researchers, software developers, and undergraduate and postgraduate students in industrial systems, manufacturing, information technology, computer science, manufacturing, communications, and electrical engineering.
Table of Contents
1. Green Computing and Blockchain Fundamentals
Saif Ullah, K.P. Arjun, and Anju P. Sureshbabu
2. Green Computing and Internet of Things (IoT)
Nilanjana Pradhan, Shrddha Sagar, Kavita Saini, Nikita Bhatia, and Mayur Mathur
3. Coalescence of Neural Networks and Blockchain
Mohit Dayal, Ameya Chawla, and Manju Khari
4. Blockchain in Administration: Advances and Implications of Decentralized Applications for Sharing Information
M. Kumar, Himanshu Dubey, and K. Kumar
5. Combination of Convolutional Neural Networks and Blockchain in Handwritten Digit Recognition
Mohit Dayal, Ameya Chawla, Deepti Singh, and Rupesh Kumar Garg
6. How Blockchain Technology Can Transfigure the Indian Agriculture Sector: A Review
Urvashi Sugandh, Manju Khari, and Swati Nigam
7. The COVID-19 Outbreak: Blockchain-Secured Transactions in Supply Chain Orchestration
Sushant Kumar, Vinita Tiwari, Basant Agarwal, and Jagannath Jayanti
8. Blockchain Technology in the Energy Sector: A Systematic Review of Challenges and Opportunities
M. Arvindhan, M. Thirunavukarasan, and A. Daniel
9. Blockchain and Government
Anupama Sharma, Ruchi Gupta, Jitendra Kumar Seth, and Seema Garg
10. Blockchain in Healthcare: A Smart and Hierarchical Decentralized Tracing Application in Healthcare by Blockchain
M. Kumar, Himanshu Dubey, and K. Kumar
11. Blockchain for IoT Edge Devices and Data Security
Anubhav Singh, Swaroop S. Sonone, Mahipal Singh Sankhla, Kapil Parihar, and Mansi Saxena
12. Blockchain for Medicine and Healthcare
Mohit Dayal, Rupesh Kumar Garg, Sweta Chaudhary, Chitrangada Chaubey, and Ameya Chawla
Kavita Saini, is presently working as an Associate Professor, School of Computing Science and Engineering, Galgotias University, Delhi NCR, India. She received her PhD degree from Banasthali Vidyapeeth, Banasthali. She has 17 years of teaching and research experience supervising Masters and PhD scholars in emerging technologies.
She has published more than 35 research papers in national and international journals and conferences.She has published 14 authored books for UG and PG courses for a number of universities including MD University, Rothak, and Punjab Technical University, Jallandhar with National Publishers. Kavita Saini has edited many books with International Publishers including IGI Global, CRC Press, IET Publisher Elsevier and published 10 book chapters with International publishers.
She has also filed few patents. Kavita Saini has also delivered technical talks on Blockchain: An Emerging Technology, Web to Deep Web and other emerging Areas and Handled many Special Sessions in International Conferences and Special Issues in International Journals. Her research interests include web-based instructional systems (WBIS), Blockchain Technology, Industry 4.O, and Cloud Computing.
Manju Khari is an Associate Professor in Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, prior to the university she worked with Netaji Subhas University of Technology, East Campus, formerly Ambedkar Institute of Advanced Communication Technology and Research, Under Govt. Of NCT Delhi. Her Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from National Institute of Technology Patna and She received her master's degree in Information Security from Ambedkar Institute of Advanced Communication Technology and Research, affiliated with Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi, India. She has 80 published papers in refereed National/International Journals and Conferences (viz. IEEE, ACM, Springer, Inderscience, and Elsevier), 10 book chapters in a Springer, CRC press, IGI Global, Auerbach. She is also co-author of two books published by NCERT of XI and XII and co-editor in 10 edited books. She has also organized 05 International conference sessions, 03 Faculty development Programme, 01 workshop, 01 industrial meet in her experience. She delivered an expert talk, guest lecturers in International Conference and a member of reviewer/technical program committee in various International Conferences. Besides this, she associated with many International research organizations as Associate Editor/ Guest Editor of Springer, Wiley and Elsevier books, and a reviewer for various International Journal.