Usman Tariq is Computer Scientist and faculty at PSAU. He received his MS and PhD from Ajou University, working in the DVIIS group, led by Prof ManPyo Hong. He received BS in Computer Science from UMT.

Usman rsquo;s research interests span networking and security fields. His current research is focused on several network security problems: botnets, denial-of-service attacks, and IP spoofing. Additionally, he is interested in methodologies for conducting security experiments and he is working with colleagues at PSAU. Please explore links on the left sidebar to learn more about Usman's research and teaching.

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Low Latency Adversarial Transmission Control in 5G Networks for IoTs: Detection, equalization, synchronization, estimation

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This paper discovers the upcoming generation of cellular communication - the 5th Generation or 5G - with precise prominence on inspiring the use supportive methods within Low Latency Adversarial Transmission Control. The drive of this paper is two-fold, to method and describe 5G from diverse outlooks, and to recognize prospects for communication. Multiple defies related to transmission control are conferred and several elucidations based on supportive methods are reflected. 5G is typically perceived as a conjunction platform, where assorted grids coincide. Recognizing that optimization complications in grid administration are prompted by rules implemented in protocol scheme, paper claim that instead of enhancing current procedures, protocols should be planned with optimization in cognizance from the foundation.


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