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A Secure Cloud Internetwork Model with Economic and Social Incentives (SCIMES)

Alan Rea, Xiaojun Cao, Aparna Gupta, Nirmala Shenoy
2012 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
The Secure Cloud Internetwork Model with Economic and Social Incentives (SCIMES) provides the framework via a new internetwork model that will support trust ratings, as well as secure social and economic  ...  This in turn will result in more revenue for providers and greater benefits for users.  ...  The proposed Secure Cloud Internetwork Model with Economic and Social Incentives (SCIMES) combines secure social choice mechanisms to promote both economic and social incentives via a value-added framework  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/ReaCGS12 fatcat:e7hncrj7ljhernjoe5llwia3hq

Interdependent Networks: A Data Science Perspective

M. Hadi Amini, Ahmed Imteaj, Panos M. Pardalos
2020 Patterns  
We then provide an outline of potential challenges and solutions from a data science perspective.  ...  We first provide a big picture of real-world interdependent networks in the context of smart city infrastructures.  ...  In such an emergency case, coupling with other networks can be crucial in terms of patient health and reputation of the service management.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.patter.2020.100003 pmid:33205080 pmcid:PMC7660435 fatcat:ht663ubbjzhovm6ykyixpbo5vy

An Unsupervised Approach of Knowledge Discovery from Big Data in Social Network

Mohiuddin Ahmed
2017 EAI Endorsed Transactions on Scalable Information Systems  
Social network is a common source of big data. It is becoming increasingly difficult to understand what is happening in the network due to the volume.  ...  To gain meaningful information or identifying the underlying patterns from social networks, summarization is an useful approach to enhance understanding of the pattern from big data.  ...  Introduction In today's high speed internetworking environment, social networks have become a part of our daily life. Apart from email, social networks are also used heavily for communication.  ... 
doi:10.4108/eai.25-9-2017.153148 fatcat:g3uvluxqw5gr3ewtn3lq6oa6zq

The active components approach for distributed systems development

Alexander Pokahr, Lars Braubach
2013 International Journal of Parallel, Emergent and Distributed Systems  
The new active component approach is proposed aiming at a conceptual integration of the existing paradigms in order to tackle all challenges in a intuitive and unified way.  ...  The structure, behavior and composition of active components is explained and an infrastructure for active components is introduced.  ...  The infrastructure provides basic management functionality and an execution and communication environment for components.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17445760.2013.785546 fatcat:a4ra3babajh6hdoehsjpuklkxq

Modelling and Implementing Smart Universities: An IT Conceptual Framework

Francisco Maciá Pérez, José Vicente Berna Martínez, Iren Lorenzo Fonseca
2021 Sustainability  
Our framework is based on a service provision model materialised in an IT architecture and managed following a methodology to integrate IT components that ensure the insertion of new, smart initiatives  ...  We propose an IT conceptual framework to model and implement smart university projects, which supports the design of a platform that is both in line with the strategic plans of universities and is flexible  ...  Our proposal is an IT conceptual framework to support, model and implement IT platforms for smart university projects.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13063397 fatcat:vy3u5cxqaffvdldrgcsnd2imwu

Intelligent Zero Trust Architecture for 5G/6G Networks: Principles, Challenges, and the Role of Machine Learning in the context of O-RAN [article]

Keyvan Ramezanpour, Jithin Jagannath
2022 arXiv   pre-print
We highlight the challenges and introduce the concept of an intelligent zero trust architecture (i-ZTA) as a security framework in 5G/6G networks with untrusted components.  ...  Network assurance in a dynamic untrusted environment calls for revolutionary architectures beyond existing static security frameworks.  ...  In the perspective of this model, rather than a means for communication, networks are considered as a means for distributed data management; i.e., accessing, processing, transferring, and storing data  ... 
arXiv:2105.01478v3 fatcat:6jl4ngetcfgenhhnwqbwha33gm

Technical sessions

2007 2007 12th IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications  
quality in a multi-hop network for a given network scenario.  ...  After validating our model, we provide a set of engineering rules for capacity management in such networks."  ...  We introduce a protocol MDB-PWD --an improved variant of the protocol DB-PWD and analyze its security in the security framework formalized by Bellare et al. in ideal cipher and random oracle model."  ... 
doi:10.1109/iscc.2007.4381657 fatcat:bn67vm2cvvehvmqqxew4r2xkbe

Toward an Integrated Disaster Management Approach: How Artificial Intelligence Can Boost Disaster Management

Sheikh Kamran Abid, Noralfishah Sulaiman, Shiau Wei Chan, Umber Nazir, Muhammad Abid, Heesup Han, Antonio Ariza-Montes, Alejandro Vega-Muñoz
2021 Sustainability  
This study provides an overview of the current applications of AI in disaster management during its four phases and how AI is vital to all disaster management phases, leading to a faster, more concise,  ...  Technical and methodological enhancement of hazards and disaster research is identified as a critical question in disaster management.  ...  GIS is a conceptualized framework that captures geospatial data and analyzes them.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su132212560 fatcat:xc6g45fhn5eelbf4ml55rnzlrm

Building Topic-Driven Virtual IoTs in a Multiple IoTs Scenario

Paolo Lo Giudice, Antonino Nocera, Domenico Ursino, Luca Virgili
2019 Sensors  
In such a context, constructing topic-driven virtual communities starting from the real ones operating in a Multi-IoT scenario is an extremely challenging issue.  ...  In the meantime, things involved in IoT are becoming increasingly sophisticated and intelligent, showing a behavior that tends to look like the one of users in social networks.  ...  Finally, the authors of [53] propose a new community detection algorithm working in a Social Internet of Things (SIoT) scenario.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s19132956 fatcat:ev42wca4t5bx7fpg6crsdqmee4

Exploring Major Architectural Aspects of the Web of Things [chapter]

Iván Corredor Pérez, Ana M. Bernardos Barbolla
2014 Internet of Things  
In this context, the contribution of this chapter is twofold. On the one hand, it aims at detailing a Web of Things Open Platform for deploying and integrating smart things networks into the Web.  ...  The purpose of this platform is to expose the functionalities of sensor and actuator devices and their involved information model as a set of RESTful services to be retrieved from the Web.  ...  The authors also acknowledge related discussions within the THOFU initiative, funded by the Spanish Center for the Development of Technology.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-04223-7_2 fatcat:ykrck6gl5jb27hfmji5vgjauna

Commercial models for IP quality of service interconnect

B. Briscoe, S. Rudkin
2005 BT technology journal  
Then we describe a commercial 'model of models' that allows incremental evolution towards an interconnected future.  ...  We give technical and economic arguments for why QoS will be provided in core and backbone networks as a bulk QoS facility incapable of distinguishing or charging differentially between sessions.  ...  This model of agreeing tariffs independently with each neighbour is called split edge pricing, because at an interconnect boundary (e.g. that between N A &N B in Fig 7) , neighbour N A levies a conceptual  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10550-005-0015-4 fatcat:lope34k6qzffpmphz6bhj67gsq

Models of Emergency Departments for Reducing Patient Waiting Times

Marek Laskowski, Robert D. McLeod, Marcia R. Friesen, Blake W. Podaima, Attahiru S. Alfa, Rory Edward Morty
2009 PLoS ONE  
The current models implement relatively simple general scenarios, and rely on a combination of simulated and real data to simulate patient flow in a single emergency department or in multiple interacting  ...  The framework of multiple-priority queue systems and the genetic programming paradigm of evolutionary machine learning are applied as a means of forecasting patient wait times and as a means of evolving  ...  Author Contributions Conceived and designed the experiments: ML BM MRF BWP ASA. Performed the experiments: ML ASA. Wrote the paper: BM MRF.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0006127 pmid:19572015 pmcid:PMC2700281 fatcat:umzriu6c2jebdh62jjcnnc3u34

A self-adaptive context processing framework for wireless sensor networks

Amirhosein Taherkordi, Romain Rouvoy, Quan Le-Trung, Frank Eliassen
2008 Proceedings of the 3rd international workshop on Middleware for sensor networks - MidSens '08  
This work is partly funded by the EGIDE Aurora and INRIA SeaS research initiatives.  ...  In this scenario, we consider a smart home equipped with occupancy, smoke detection, and temperature sensors.  ...  For example, Contiki allocates a given space in the memory to load the new module, while componentbased models like OpenCom rely on the underlying memory management model of the operating system.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1462698.1462700 dblp:conf/middleware/TaherkordiRTE08 fatcat:nkkejin3iregzle5jlrsppm3c4

Security and privacy issues for the network of the future

Giannis F. Marias, João Barros, Markus Fiedler, Andreas Fischer, Harald Hauff, Ralph Herkenhoener, Antonio Grillo, Alessandro Lentini, Luisa Lima, Charlott Lorentzen, Wojciech Mazurczyk, Hermann Meer (+6 others)
2011 Security and Communication Networks  
We also review methods that help the quantification of security and privacy in an effort to provide a more systematic and quantitative treatment of the area in the future.  ...  As the Internet is expanding to mobile phones and 'smart dust' and as its social coverage is liberalized towards the realization of ubiquitous computing (with communication), the concerns on security and  ...  This framework is being considered as a communication tool for the Internet of the future, where it may play a role in networks specially built for integrating heterogeneous devices with reduced complexity  ... 
doi:10.1002/sec.384 fatcat:lhh6evp4knf3ph3hr5rsnvw5rm

The Future Internet convergence of IMS and ubiquitous smart environments: An IMS-based solution for energy efficiency

Paolo Bellavista, Giuseppe Cardone, Antonio Corradi, Luca Foschini
2012 Journal of Network and Computer Applications  
The validity of the proposed model is tested in five different scenarios that present peculiar and different requirements, and different hardware and sensors.  ...  The push from academia and industry for this kind of services shows that time is mature for a more general support framework for Pervasive Sensing solutions able to enhance frail architectures, promote  ...  ., P-CSCF, I-CSCF, S-CSCF, and HSS and a framework to support and manage new AS .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jnca.2011.05.003 fatcat:3iprgfdvmjfxxey67qtflilnri
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