Lamar University

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  • White Papers // Sep 2013

    An Authentication Middleware for Prevention of Information Theft

    Information theft or data leakage is a growing concern for companies, as well as, individual users. Intruders can easily copy a huge amount of confidential data using hand-held devices such as USB flash drives, iPods, digital cameras or any other external storage devices. Data theft can simply occur through both...

    Provided By Lamar University

  • White Papers // Apr 2013

    Energy Consumption in Wireless Sensor Networks Using Data Fusion Assurance

    Data fusion techniques reduce total network traffic in a wireless sensor network, since data fusion can integrate multiple raw data sets into one fused data set. However, the security or assurance of the data requires more processing power and is an important issue. Increasing the security of the fusion data...

    Provided By Lamar University

  • White Papers // May 2012

    The Effect of "Window Size" on Throughput Performance of DTN in Lossy Cislunar Communications

    Delay/Disruption Tolerant Networking (DTN) offers a new solution to highly stressed communications in space environments. It is considered one of the most suitable technologies to be employed in space internetworking. To date, little work has been done in investigating how to achieve the best performance of DTN transmission over lossy,...

    Provided By Lamar University

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Use of a Hybrid of DTN Convergence Layer Adapters (CLAs) in Interplanetary Internet

    Some work has been done with the DTN Convergence Layer Adapters (CLAs) such as TCP-based CLA (i.e., TCPCL), Lick-lider Transmission Protocol CLA (i.e., LTPCL) and User Datagram Protocol (UDP)-based CLA (i.e., UDPCL) in space communication, running as an individual protocol. Because each DTN CLA is designed for a different type...

    Provided By Lamar University

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    The Influence Of Logistics Outsourcing On Cost: A Cross-Industry Empirical Study Of U.S. Based Manufacturing Plants

    Logistics outsourcing has a significant effect on how manufacturing firms produce and deliver products to their customers. Indeed, many manufacturing firms do not own or manage the transportation and warehousing resources used for inbound and outbound shipments from their facilities. However, earlier research has demonstrated mixed results when outsourcing; some...

    Provided By Lamar University

  • Presentations // Jan 2003

    Groups, Teamwork, And Conflict Issues

    A group is a collection of individuals who work towards attainment of a common goal. The group becomes a team when the individual members develop complimentary skills and develop interdependency towards attainment of the common goal. The paper examines group and team dynamics in organizations. In this context, some issues...

    Provided By Lamar University

  • White Papers // Apr 2013

    Energy Consumption in Wireless Sensor Networks Using Data Fusion Assurance

    Data fusion techniques reduce total network traffic in a wireless sensor network, since data fusion can integrate multiple raw data sets into one fused data set. However, the security or assurance of the data requires more processing power and is an important issue. Increasing the security of the fusion data...

    Provided By Lamar University

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    The Influence Of Logistics Outsourcing On Cost: A Cross-Industry Empirical Study Of U.S. Based Manufacturing Plants

    Logistics outsourcing has a significant effect on how manufacturing firms produce and deliver products to their customers. Indeed, many manufacturing firms do not own or manage the transportation and warehousing resources used for inbound and outbound shipments from their facilities. However, earlier research has demonstrated mixed results when outsourcing; some...

    Provided By Lamar University

  • White Papers // May 2012

    The Effect of "Window Size" on Throughput Performance of DTN in Lossy Cislunar Communications

    Delay/Disruption Tolerant Networking (DTN) offers a new solution to highly stressed communications in space environments. It is considered one of the most suitable technologies to be employed in space internetworking. To date, little work has been done in investigating how to achieve the best performance of DTN transmission over lossy,...

    Provided By Lamar University

  • White Papers // May 2012

    Use of a Hybrid of DTN Convergence Layer Adapters (CLAs) in Interplanetary Internet

    Some work has been done with the DTN Convergence Layer Adapters (CLAs) such as TCP-based CLA (i.e., TCPCL), Lick-lider Transmission Protocol CLA (i.e., LTPCL) and User Datagram Protocol (UDP)-based CLA (i.e., UDPCL) in space communication, running as an individual protocol. Because each DTN CLA is designed for a different type...

    Provided By Lamar University

  • White Papers // Sep 2013

    An Authentication Middleware for Prevention of Information Theft

    Information theft or data leakage is a growing concern for companies, as well as, individual users. Intruders can easily copy a huge amount of confidential data using hand-held devices such as USB flash drives, iPods, digital cameras or any other external storage devices. Data theft can simply occur through both...

    Provided By Lamar University

  • Presentations // Jan 2003

    Groups, Teamwork, And Conflict Issues

    A group is a collection of individuals who work towards attainment of a common goal. The group becomes a team when the individual members develop complimentary skills and develop interdependency towards attainment of the common goal. The paper examines group and team dynamics in organizations. In this context, some issues...

    Provided By Lamar University