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AnuMary, C, AjeebBasheer M, MadhuKumar SD.  2015.  Capturing Provenance for Big Data Analytics done Using SQL interface, 4, December. IEEE UP Section Conference on Electrical, Computer and Electronics (IEEE UPCON2015). , Allahabad
MadhuKumar, SD, S.M.M.M.KalyanKumar, SureshChandraMoharana, Chimakurthi L.  2011.  A Cloud Based Scheme for Constraint-less Mobile Computing. International Conference on Emerging Technology Trends in Cloud Computing. , Kollam,India
RahulPrasad, K, Shabeera TP, MadhuKumar SD.  2016.  A Comparative Evaluation of VM Placement Techniques in Map Reduce Cloud. Manipal Journal of Science & Technology(MJST). 1(1):30-37.
Pillai, SP, MadhuKumar SD, Radharamanan T.  2017.  Consolidating evidence based studies in software cost/effort estimation. Region 10 Conference, TENCON 2017-2017 IEEE. :833–838.: IEEE Abstract
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MadhuKumar, SD.  2016.  Current Research Directions on Big data Analytics-opening Keynote. ICIA-16: Proceedings of the International Conference on Informatics and Analytics. :pp:22-23., Pondicherry, India: Published by ACM , ICPS Abstract

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Shabeera, TP, MadhuKumar SD, Sameera.  2017.  Curtailing Job Completion Time in MapReduce Clouds. Computers & Electrical Engineering, International Journal Elsevier. 58:190-201.
Shabeera, TP, MadhuKumar SD, Chandran P.  2016.  Curtailing job completion time in MapReduce clouds through improved Virtual Machine allocation. Elsevier- Computers & Electrical Engineering. :-. AbstractWebsite

Abstract Cloud-based MapReduce platforms offer ready to use MapReduce clusters. The problem of allocating Virtual Machines (VMs) carrying out the computation, for minimizing data transfer delay is a crucial one in this context, as the MapReduce tasks are communication intensive. The interaction between \{VMs\} may face varying delays, if the \{VMs\} are hosted in different Physical Machines (PMs). This work aims to optimize the data transfer delay between VMs, which is denoted by the distance between the VMs. We propose an approximation algorithm for \{VM\} allocation in data centers wherein the distances between \{VMs\} satisfy triangular inequality and an optimization algorithm for \{VM\} allocation in data centers where the distances between \{VMs\} do not satisfy triangular inequality. Simulations on CloudSim demonstrate the performance of our algorithms and the results affirm the reduction in job completion time compared to other allocation schemes.