Pipeline Data Compression and Encryption Techniques in E- Learning environment.
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AbstractOne of the recent developments in telecommunication industry is the introduction of communications through Internet. Some of the applications of internet are easy communications, vast library of information at one place, electronic business through internet, e learning modules and so on. E-learning is an important application of communication through Internet. E Learning is an integrated and continues approach to build knowledge skills and competencies through web enabled technologies. Effective e learning is having advantage in delivering the right content to the right person at the right time. E learning uses the new or existing network connections connected to internet. The wide area network maintains a high speed connection to an internet service provider that local centers can use to connect to the central LAN from a geographical distance away. Though they offer great accessibility, every one using the internet can see the traffic that passes between a local center and central office over these insecure internet LAN connections. Considering the fact that different encryption approaches target different types of computational complexity, it may be interesting to see if any further improvement can be achieved when different data encryptions are arranged with compression into a pipeline operation. In this work some effort has been put to calculate computational complexities and computational overhead of some encryption algorithms in e- learning environment.