University of Sussex Students' Union

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  • White Papers // Jan 2014

    Sensor Resource Sharing Approaches in Sensor-Cloud Infrastructure

    Generally, wireless sensor networks have been designed to support predefined application services. The tight coupling between a network and application limits the usability of sensor data. To increase the utilities of wireless sensor networks, sensor-cloud infrastructure has been proposed to provide an open and flexible platform to gather, store, use,...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2014

    A Cooperative Framework for Integrating Ontologies in a Networked Surveillance System

    In a networked surveillance system distributed ontology construction processes are required for the better inference. To make use of a cooperative framework for integrating ontologies, the authors describe a computing framework for the integration of ontologies supplied by a predetermined set of data source servers, who may be interconnected through...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    Private Top-k Aggregation Protocols

    In this paper, the authors revisit the private top-k data aggregation problem. They formally define the problem's security requirements as both data and user privacy goals. To achieve both goals, and to strike a balance between efficiency and functionality, they devise a novel cryptographic construction that comes in two schemes;...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Designing the Tree-Based Relaying Network in Wireless Sensor Networks

    In the environment with multiple heterogeneous wireless sensor networks with a single point of sensed data collection or a GateWay (GW), Relay Points (RPs) may be required for the energy efficient delivery of sensed data from static or mobile sinks to the GW. The optimal placement of RPs becomes an...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Hierarchical Grid-Based Pairwise Key Pre-Distribution in Wireless Sensor Networks

    The security of wireless sensor networks is an active topic of research where both symmetric and asymmetric key cryptography issues have been studied. Due to their computational feasibility on typical sensor nodes, symmetric key algorithms that use the same key to encrypt and decrypt messages have been intensively studied and...

    Provided By University of Sussex Students' Union

  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    Private Top-k Aggregation Protocols

    In this paper, the authors revisit the private top-k data aggregation problem. They formally define the problem's security requirements as both data and user privacy goals. To achieve both goals, and to strike a balance between efficiency and functionality, they devise a novel cryptographic construction that comes in two schemes;...

    Provided By University of Sussex Students' Union

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Designing the Tree-Based Relaying Network in Wireless Sensor Networks

    In the environment with multiple heterogeneous wireless sensor networks with a single point of sensed data collection or a GateWay (GW), Relay Points (RPs) may be required for the energy efficient delivery of sensed data from static or mobile sinks to the GW. The optimal placement of RPs becomes an...

    Provided By University of Sussex Students' Union

  • White Papers // Jan 2014

    Sensor Resource Sharing Approaches in Sensor-Cloud Infrastructure

    Generally, wireless sensor networks have been designed to support predefined application services. The tight coupling between a network and application limits the usability of sensor data. To increase the utilities of wireless sensor networks, sensor-cloud infrastructure has been proposed to provide an open and flexible platform to gather, store, use,...

    Provided By University of Sussex Students' Union

  • White Papers // Jan 2014

    A Cooperative Framework for Integrating Ontologies in a Networked Surveillance System

    In a networked surveillance system distributed ontology construction processes are required for the better inference. To make use of a cooperative framework for integrating ontologies, the authors describe a computing framework for the integration of ontologies supplied by a predetermined set of data source servers, who may be interconnected through...

    Provided By University of Sussex Students' Union

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Hierarchical Grid-Based Pairwise Key Pre-Distribution in Wireless Sensor Networks

    The security of wireless sensor networks is an active topic of research where both symmetric and asymmetric key cryptography issues have been studied. Due to their computational feasibility on typical sensor nodes, symmetric key algorithms that use the same key to encrypt and decrypt messages have been intensively studied and...

    Provided By University of Sussex Students' Union