University of Guelph

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  • White Papers // Apr 2013

    A Novel Key Management Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks Based on PUFs

    In this paper, the authors focus on physical attacks on sensor nodes in a wireless sensor networks. Node capture attacks is one of the most dangerous attacks applied to WSNs which aims to capture a node in the network and try to steal some secret information. To be more specific...

    Provided By University of Guelph

  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    A Secure Model for Bluetooth Banking

    Considering the financial policies of countries and even global policy based on human life being electronic, especially in financial matters, such as elimination of physical money, and replacement of credit cards and make one pay more attention to the importance of time. Now-a-days, customers' needs are more or less centered...

    Provided By University of Guelph

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    An Effective Model for Improving the Quality of Recommender Systems in Mobile e-Tourism

    In major e-commerce recommendation systems, the number of users and items is very large and available data are insufficient for identifying similar users. As a result, recommender systems could not use users' opinion to make suggestions to other users and the quality of the recommendations might reduce. The main objective...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    Autogeneration of Fractal Photographic Mosaic Images

    The authors present a novel method for the creation of photographic mosaic images using fractals generated via evolutionary techniques. A photomosaic is a rendering of an image performed by placing a grid of smaller images that permit the original image to be visible when viewed from a distance. The problem...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Investment Dynamics: Good News Principle

    The authors study a dynamic Cournot game with capacity accumulation under demand uncertainty, in which the investment is perfectly divisible, irreversible, and productive with a lag. They characterize equilibrium investments under closed-loop and S-adapted open-loop information structures. Contrary to what is established usually in the dynamic games literature with deterministic...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Investment In Electricity Markets With Asymmetric Technologies

    The authors study competition between hydro and thermal electricity generators under demand uncertainty. Producers compete in quantities and each is constrained: the thermal generator by capacity and the hydro generator by water availability. They analyze a two-period game emphasizing the incentives for capacity investments by the thermal generator. They characterize...

    Provided By University of Guelph

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    An Effective Model for Improving the Quality of Recommender Systems in Mobile e-Tourism

    In major e-commerce recommendation systems, the number of users and items is very large and available data are insufficient for identifying similar users. As a result, recommender systems could not use users' opinion to make suggestions to other users and the quality of the recommendations might reduce. The main objective...

    Provided By University of Guelph

  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    A Secure Model for Bluetooth Banking

    Considering the financial policies of countries and even global policy based on human life being electronic, especially in financial matters, such as elimination of physical money, and replacement of credit cards and make one pay more attention to the importance of time. Now-a-days, customers' needs are more or less centered...

    Provided By University of Guelph

  • White Papers // Apr 2013

    A Novel Key Management Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks Based on PUFs

    In this paper, the authors focus on physical attacks on sensor nodes in a wireless sensor networks. Node capture attacks is one of the most dangerous attacks applied to WSNs which aims to capture a node in the network and try to steal some secret information. To be more specific...

    Provided By University of Guelph

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Investment In Electricity Markets With Asymmetric Technologies

    The authors study competition between hydro and thermal electricity generators under demand uncertainty. Producers compete in quantities and each is constrained: the thermal generator by capacity and the hydro generator by water availability. They analyze a two-period game emphasizing the incentives for capacity investments by the thermal generator. They characterize...

    Provided By University of Guelph

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Investment Dynamics: Good News Principle

    The authors study a dynamic Cournot game with capacity accumulation under demand uncertainty, in which the investment is perfectly divisible, irreversible, and productive with a lag. They characterize equilibrium investments under closed-loop and S-adapted open-loop information structures. Contrary to what is established usually in the dynamic games literature with deterministic...

    Provided By University of Guelph

  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    Autogeneration of Fractal Photographic Mosaic Images

    The authors present a novel method for the creation of photographic mosaic images using fractals generated via evolutionary techniques. A photomosaic is a rendering of an image performed by placing a grid of smaller images that permit the original image to be visible when viewed from a distance. The problem...

    Provided By University of Guelph