Glyndwr University

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  • White Papers // May 2013

    On Drive-by-Download Attacks and Malware Classification

    In this paper, the authors provide a review and discussion on categorization of malware and evaluation of techniques used by previous research in classifying malware into families. AI techniques used in previous research together with proposed solutions are discussed; some research questions identified and their future research direction is highlighted....

    Provided By Glyndwr University

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Ethnographic Approach to User-Centred Evaluation of Telecentres

    Telecentres are considered to be an important means for providing disadvantaged communities with access to Information and Communication Technology (ICT) enabled services. However, there is a limited understanding of how targeted beneficiaries perceive the roles of these telecentres. Using an ethnographic approach, this paper examines the services offered by two...

    Provided By Glyndwr University

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    QoS Analysis Models for Wireless Networks

    Guaranteeing of QoS over wireless networks is a very challenging task. The first and critical step in addressing this problem is to build up a QoS analysis model which accurately characterizes the fading channel and time-varying capacity of the link, by quantifying parameters like Bit Error Rate (BER) or delay...

    Provided By Glyndwr University

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Key Issues That Apply to Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) Technology From a Study of the Chinese Campuses and UK Equivalent

    With wireless technology developing quickly, the wireless network service has become more popular on university campuses. More and more universities provide wireless Internet access to all users in academic buildings and students villages and throughout the entire campus. The availability of wireless APs (Access Points) throughout campus offers many educational...

    Provided By Glyndwr University

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Research Issues in the Development of Advanced Mobile Web-Based Geospatial Information Services

    Web-based geospatial information services are still in their infancy in the mobile computing context. However there are significant human benefits in developing advanced systems that can use highly complex datasets to perform highly sophisticated geographical analysis, for commercial as well as societal benefits. There remain some significant research challenges to...

    Provided By Glyndwr University

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Performance Evaluation of the Split Transmission in Multihop Wireless Networks

    Multimedia applications in multi-hop wireless networks have great market potential. Multiple channels and multiple radios are commonly used for exploring multimedia transmissions in multi-hop wireless networks. Split transmission allows multiple channels attached to different radios simultaneously to be used, and so to achieve a fundamentally improved transmission capacity. The goal...

    Provided By Glyndwr University

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Peace Driving: Case Studies of Wi-Fi Usage

    Wireless networking technologies, under the umbrella of the IEEE 802.11 suite of standards and commonly referred to as Wi-Fi, is now commonplace technology in both the home and office. In this paper, the authors present the results of studies into wireless networking uptake and security within two town communities in...

    Provided By Glyndwr University

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    The Evolution of Internet Routing Metrics and Cost Calculations

    Being able to alter the values of metrics is obviously advantageous; influencing route choice when implemented by a skilled administrator can only enhance a network, but if a network could do this automatically, dynamically in order to change routes as the preferred route becomes altered in someway would undoubtedly make...

    Provided By Glyndwr University

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Dual-Frequency Planar Inverted F-L-Antenna (PIFLA) for WLAN and Short Range Communication Systems

    The design and analysis is presented of a low profile and dual-frequency inverted L-F antenna for WLAN and short range wireless communications, providing a compromise between size reduction and attainable bandwidth. The optimum (minimized) volume of 30?30?8 mm of the proposed antenna gives 8% bandwidth at lower resonant mode of...

    Provided By Glyndwr University

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Key Issues That Apply to Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) Technology From a Study of the Chinese Campuses and UK Equivalent

    With wireless technology developing quickly, the wireless network service has become more popular on university campuses. More and more universities provide wireless Internet access to all users in academic buildings and students villages and throughout the entire campus. The availability of wireless APs (Access Points) throughout campus offers many educational...

    Provided By Glyndwr University

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Ethnographic Approach to User-Centred Evaluation of Telecentres

    Telecentres are considered to be an important means for providing disadvantaged communities with access to Information and Communication Technology (ICT) enabled services. However, there is a limited understanding of how targeted beneficiaries perceive the roles of these telecentres. Using an ethnographic approach, this paper examines the services offered by two...

    Provided By Glyndwr University

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    QoS Analysis Models for Wireless Networks

    Guaranteeing of QoS over wireless networks is a very challenging task. The first and critical step in addressing this problem is to build up a QoS analysis model which accurately characterizes the fading channel and time-varying capacity of the link, by quantifying parameters like Bit Error Rate (BER) or delay...

    Provided By Glyndwr University

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Research Issues in the Development of Advanced Mobile Web-Based Geospatial Information Services

    Web-based geospatial information services are still in their infancy in the mobile computing context. However there are significant human benefits in developing advanced systems that can use highly complex datasets to perform highly sophisticated geographical analysis, for commercial as well as societal benefits. There remain some significant research challenges to...

    Provided By Glyndwr University

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Performance Evaluation of the Split Transmission in Multihop Wireless Networks

    Multimedia applications in multi-hop wireless networks have great market potential. Multiple channels and multiple radios are commonly used for exploring multimedia transmissions in multi-hop wireless networks. Split transmission allows multiple channels attached to different radios simultaneously to be used, and so to achieve a fundamentally improved transmission capacity. The goal...

    Provided By Glyndwr University

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Peace Driving: Case Studies of Wi-Fi Usage

    Wireless networking technologies, under the umbrella of the IEEE 802.11 suite of standards and commonly referred to as Wi-Fi, is now commonplace technology in both the home and office. In this paper, the authors present the results of studies into wireless networking uptake and security within two town communities in...

    Provided By Glyndwr University

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    The Evolution of Internet Routing Metrics and Cost Calculations

    Being able to alter the values of metrics is obviously advantageous; influencing route choice when implemented by a skilled administrator can only enhance a network, but if a network could do this automatically, dynamically in order to change routes as the preferred route becomes altered in someway would undoubtedly make...

    Provided By Glyndwr University

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Dual-Frequency Planar Inverted F-L-Antenna (PIFLA) for WLAN and Short Range Communication Systems

    The design and analysis is presented of a low profile and dual-frequency inverted L-F antenna for WLAN and short range wireless communications, providing a compromise between size reduction and attainable bandwidth. The optimum (minimized) volume of 30?30?8 mm of the proposed antenna gives 8% bandwidth at lower resonant mode of...

    Provided By Glyndwr University

  • White Papers // May 2013

    On Drive-by-Download Attacks and Malware Classification

    In this paper, the authors provide a review and discussion on categorization of malware and evaluation of techniques used by previous research in classifying malware into families. AI techniques used in previous research together with proposed solutions are discussed; some research questions identified and their future research direction is highlighted....

    Provided By Glyndwr University