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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Dynamic Control of Worm Propagation

    In a computer network, network security is accomplished using elements like firewalls, hosts, servers, routers, intrusion detection systems, and honey pots. These network elements need to know the nature or anomaly of the worm in priori to detect the attack. Modern day viruses like Code red, Sapphire and Nimda spread...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Shadow Banking And The Financial Crisis

    The purpose of this preliminary staff report is to describe the nature and scope of the shadow banking system. Section II offers a definition of shadow banking and an overview of its role in the crisis. Section III describes the composition, characteristics, and evolution of the shadow banking system. Section...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    The Mortgage Crisis

    The purpose of this preliminary staff report is to describe the recent mortgage crisis, which entailed a dramatic drop in home prices beginning in 2006 and a sharp rise in mortgage defaults beginning in 2007. Section I describes the origination of mortgages over the two decades leading up to the...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Non-Uniform Grid-Based Routing in Sensor Networks

    A non-uniform grid-based coordinated routing design in wireless sensor networks is presented. The conditions leading to network partition and analysis of energy consumption that prolongs the network lifetime are studied. The authors implement routing in heavily populated sensor networks. By maintaining constant values for parameters such as path loss exponent,...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Globalization Of Conservation: A View From The South

    Large International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGOs) are increasingly setting the global conservation agenda. These INGOs have developed a range of tools, e.g., Biodiversity Hot Spots, Global 200 Ecoregions, and others to set priorities and to compete with each other. They often use a corporate "Branding" strategy to help raise funds and...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Dynamic Control of Worm Propagation

    In a computer network, network security is accomplished using elements like firewalls, hosts, servers, routers, intrusion detection systems, and honey pots. These network elements need to know the nature or anomaly of the worm in priori to detect the attack. Modern day viruses like Code red, Sapphire and Nimda spread...

    Provided By University of North Texas

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Globalization Of Conservation: A View From The South

    Large International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGOs) are increasingly setting the global conservation agenda. These INGOs have developed a range of tools, e.g., Biodiversity Hot Spots, Global 200 Ecoregions, and others to set priorities and to compete with each other. They often use a corporate "Branding" strategy to help raise funds and...

    Provided By University of North Texas

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Shadow Banking And The Financial Crisis

    The purpose of this preliminary staff report is to describe the nature and scope of the shadow banking system. Section II offers a definition of shadow banking and an overview of its role in the crisis. Section III describes the composition, characteristics, and evolution of the shadow banking system. Section...

    Provided By University of North Texas

  • White Papers // May 2010

    The Mortgage Crisis

    The purpose of this preliminary staff report is to describe the recent mortgage crisis, which entailed a dramatic drop in home prices beginning in 2006 and a sharp rise in mortgage defaults beginning in 2007. Section I describes the origination of mortgages over the two decades leading up to the...

    Provided By University of North Texas

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Non-Uniform Grid-Based Routing in Sensor Networks

    A non-uniform grid-based coordinated routing design in wireless sensor networks is presented. The conditions leading to network partition and analysis of energy consumption that prolongs the network lifetime are studied. The authors implement routing in heavily populated sensor networks. By maintaining constant values for parameters such as path loss exponent,...

    Provided By University of North Texas