International University in Germany

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    A Secure Wireless Routing Protocol Using Enhanced Chain Signatures

    The authors propose a routing protocol for wireless networks. Wireless routing protocols allow hosts within a network to have some knowledge of the topology in order to know when to forward a packet (via broadcast) and when to drop it. Since a routing protocol forms the backbone of a network,...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    On Analyzing the Database Performance for Different Classes of XML Documents Based on the Used Storage Approach

    With the increasing popularity of XML data also the need for permanent XML document storage grows. As of today there exist number of different XML storage alternatives ranging from XML enabled relational database systems over a new class of hybrid database systems providing native storage for XML and relational data...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    An XML-Based Model for Supporting Context-Aware Query and Cache Management

    DataBase Systems (DBSs) can play an essential role in facilitating the query and cache management in Context-Aware Mobile Information Systems (CAMIS). Two of the fundamental aspects of such management are update notifications and context-aware query processing. Unfortunately, DBSs does not provide a built-in update notification function and are not aware...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Towards a Theory of White-Box Security

    Program hardening for secure execution in remote untrusted environment is an important yet elusive goal of security, with numerous attempts and efforts of the research community to produce secure solutions. Obfuscation is the prevailing practical technique employed to tackle this issue. Unfortunately, no provably secure obfuscation techniques currently exist. Moreover,...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Towards an XML-Based Query and Contextual Information Model in Context-Aware Mobile Information Systems

    Now-a-days, DataBase Systems (DBSs) are state-of-the art for managing complex data in information systems. Unfortunately, DBSs are not aware of the context of their usage. Query results are retrieved without considering the context of the user/device issuing the query. In many cases, this feature is added by a context managing...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    MyMIDP: An JDBC Driver for Accessing MySQL From Mobile Devices

    Cell phones are no longer merely used to make phone calls or to send short or multimedia messages. They more and more become information systems clients. Recent developments in the areas of mobile computing, wireless networks and information systems provide access to data at almost every place and anytime by...

    Provided By International University in Germany

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Towards a Theory of White-Box Security

    Program hardening for secure execution in remote untrusted environment is an important yet elusive goal of security, with numerous attempts and efforts of the research community to produce secure solutions. Obfuscation is the prevailing practical technique employed to tackle this issue. Unfortunately, no provably secure obfuscation techniques currently exist. Moreover,...

    Provided By International University in Germany

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    A Secure Wireless Routing Protocol Using Enhanced Chain Signatures

    The authors propose a routing protocol for wireless networks. Wireless routing protocols allow hosts within a network to have some knowledge of the topology in order to know when to forward a packet (via broadcast) and when to drop it. Since a routing protocol forms the backbone of a network,...

    Provided By International University in Germany

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Towards an XML-Based Query and Contextual Information Model in Context-Aware Mobile Information Systems

    Now-a-days, DataBase Systems (DBSs) are state-of-the art for managing complex data in information systems. Unfortunately, DBSs are not aware of the context of their usage. Query results are retrieved without considering the context of the user/device issuing the query. In many cases, this feature is added by a context managing...

    Provided By International University in Germany

  • White Papers // May 2009

    On Analyzing the Database Performance for Different Classes of XML Documents Based on the Used Storage Approach

    With the increasing popularity of XML data also the need for permanent XML document storage grows. As of today there exist number of different XML storage alternatives ranging from XML enabled relational database systems over a new class of hybrid database systems providing native storage for XML and relational data...

    Provided By International University in Germany

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    MyMIDP: An JDBC Driver for Accessing MySQL From Mobile Devices

    Cell phones are no longer merely used to make phone calls or to send short or multimedia messages. They more and more become information systems clients. Recent developments in the areas of mobile computing, wireless networks and information systems provide access to data at almost every place and anytime by...

    Provided By International University in Germany

  • White Papers // May 2009

    An XML-Based Model for Supporting Context-Aware Query and Cache Management

    DataBase Systems (DBSs) can play an essential role in facilitating the query and cache management in Context-Aware Mobile Information Systems (CAMIS). Two of the fundamental aspects of such management are update notifications and context-aware query processing. Unfortunately, DBSs does not provide a built-in update notification function and are not aware...

    Provided By International University in Germany