Assistant Professor, Gr-I
My subject of interest is Discrete Mathematics; more specifically, I am working in the following areas.
The focus of my research concerns the application of extremal set theory, graph theory, hypergraph theory, finite groups, and algorithms into combinatorial testing (a pseudo-exhaustive testing approach) and screening designs. The component-based systems have many parameters, and interactions of these parameters may cause failures. Covering, locating, and detecting arrays are mathematical objects well-known for their applications in identifying the interactions responsible for these failures. The study of such arrays has been an active field of research over the last few decades. We investigate the construction, optimality, applications, and generalizations of these arrays. For details, please click here.