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Journal of Research in Medical and Dental Science
eISSN No. 2347-2367 pISSN No. 2347-2545

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Sharding-Oriented Multi-Purpose Optimization Algorithm for Block chain-Based Contract Manufacturing System in Pharmaceutical Management

Author(s): Neha Saini* and Arvind P Bhanu


One of the most expanding sectors in the field of medicines is Contract Research And Manufacturing Services (CRAMS). Industrial property owners can benefit from cost advantages, lower labour costs, and free up capital by using a Contract Manufacturing System (CMS). Counterfeit drug manufacture and supply is a serious and growing global problem, mainly in developing nations. One of the grounds for drug counterfeiting is the pharmaceutical industry's inefficient supply chain system. Information is not exchanged among systems in the present supply chain system, manufacturers have no idea about their products, the pharmaceuticals regulatory body has rejected its visibility into the scheme, complaints are difficult and expensive, and corporations are unable to track up with patients. Also, it is difficult to control; quality problems, intellectual property loss, and outsourcing hazards are just some of the issues that might arise. Hence, we present a novel Sharding-Oriented Multi-Purpose Optimization Algorithm (SOMPOA) for security enhancement in the block chain-based CMS. Initially, we gather the dataset that comprises of client’s order descriptions. Then the dataset can be pre-processed by applying standardization technique. These orders of the related client were verified by Physical Unclonable Function (PUF) and that are maintained in the block chain record book. Then the data that was saved can be encrypted for security purposes by employing the RC5 Encryption Algorithm (RC5-EA). Finally, the trust of the order data is evaluated using the proposed approach. The performances of this research were examined and related with existing techniques to prove our research with the greatest efficacy. The investigated findings are illustrated by employing the MATLAB setup.

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