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Internet of things - A Survey

Pranjal Upadhyay, Prof. Deepak Upadhyay
2021 International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science Engineering and Information Technology  
In this we will provide the details of attack based on Protocols and at the end we justify why RPL is useful over 6Low-PAN in the internet on things network layer.  ...  In the survey paper we defined all the topics related to the Internet of Things. All the components related to the internet of things in Details.  ...  The three-layer architecture defines the main idea of the Internet of Things, but it is not sufficient for research on IoT because research often focuses on finer aspects of the Internet of Things.  ... 
doi:10.32628/cseit217394 fatcat:nlnl5js6njfcto6bzxz45bpody

Development of a simulated Internet for education

Andrew Smith
2011 Research in Learning Technology  
The initial research explores how a 'virtual Internet' can be implemented to enable learners to engage with the scale and complexity of the Internet without interacting with active routing infrastructures  ...  Initial findings from both activities indicate that the concept of an 'Internet on the Internet' to deliver simulated practical learning has considerable potential and brings an alternative dimension to  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank Dennis Frezzo of Cisco Systems and his team for inspiration, insight and support as well as the enthusiastic support from Cisco Instructors.  ... 
doi:10.3402/rlt.v19s1/7777 fatcat:zrp2ab3dmbcyxeth73ya4g5m3q

Overcoming the Internet impasse through virtualization

T. Anderson, L. Peterson, S. Shenker, J. Turner
2005 Computer  
Research testbeds such as DETER (Defense Technology Experimental Research) do not carry traffic from a wide variety of real users.  ...  Testbeds can be roughly categorized as production-or research-oriented. Production testbeds, such as Internet2, support real traffic from real users, often in large volume and across many sites.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2005.136 fatcat:a4skvukzx5cnblyyz4w6ku7paq

Internet Telephony [chapter]

Henning Schulzrinne
2004 The Practical Handbook of Internet Computing  
The Internet can be seen as the latest step towards a unified, integrated-services network.  ...  In most cases, Internet telephones try to emulate the same tones as their circuit-switched ancestors.  ...  RGB24 : Color mode where each image pixel is represented by three bytes, one each for red, green and blue, and otherwise has the same properties as RGB32.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9780203507223.ch6 fatcat:3ljkkei7j5d3lhqedymkwcvpwu

Real-time Money Routing by Trusting Strangers with your Funds

Martijn de Vos, Johan Pouwelse
2018 2018 IFIP Networking Conference (IFIP Networking) and Workshops  
We explore a new stage in the evolution of digital trust, trusting strangers with your funds. We address the trust issues when giving money to others and relying on them to forward it.  ...  Internet-of-Money routes money to different banks through individuals, so-called money routers. This removes the need for central banks, to handle a payment.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank Laurens Versluis for his initial contributions to the design and implementation of The Internet-of-Money.  ... 
doi:10.23919/ifipnetworking.2018.8696786 dblp:conf/networking/VosP18 fatcat:ymwjocloqbg4vcnsb4tbpx4joq

Monitoring, Analyzing, and Controlling Internet-scale Systems with ACME [article]

David Oppenheimer, Vitaliy Vatkovskiy, Hakim Weatherspoon, Jason Lee, David A. Patterson, John Kubiatowicz
2004 arXiv   pre-print
ISING, the Internet Sensor In-Network agGregator, queries sensors and aggregates the results as they are routed through an overlay network.  ...  We find that for a 512-node system running atop an emulated Internet topology, ISING's use of in-network aggregation can reduce end-to-end query-response latency by more than 50% compared to using either  ...  ACME is just a first step in investigating the issues related to building an infrastructure for comprehensively understanding, testing, and managing Internet-scale applications.  ... 
arXiv:cs/0408035v1 fatcat:2emdej6625hntfcqbu3wic5vf4

Understanding Internet Usage

Robert Larose, Dana Mastro, Matthew S. Eastin
2001 Social science computer review  
Finally, the negative outcomes of online behavior were analyzed for their impact on Internet usage.  ...  Internet addiction was interpreted as a deficient self-regulation within the social-cognitive framework.  ...  Sponsored by the National Science Foundation, the Report of the National Workshop on Internet Voting: Issues and Research can be found at http://www. netvoting.org/Resources/E-Voting%20Report_3_05.pdf.  ... 
doi:10.1177/089443930101900401 fatcat:7xggydjopjcw5ojbfhyxj4sudu

Industrial Cyber Vulnerabilities: Lessons from Stuxnet and the Internet of Things

Lawrence J. Trautman
2017 Social Science Research Network  
By the year 2020, it is estimated that over 30 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices will exist.  ...  Discovery of the industrial virus Stuxnet during 2010 introduced a global threat of malware focused toward disruption of industrial control devices.  ...  The IoT is "in your home, in your car and phone, and, increasingly, on your body.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2982629 fatcat:3fzkud556vddte275ncjfcbvzi

The History of Communications and its Implications for the Internet

Andrew Odlyzko
2000 Social Science Research Network  
The historical analogies of this paper suggest that the Internet will evolve in a similar way, towards simplicity.  ...  the evolution of the Internet.  ...  In late 1999 and early 2000, denial of service attacks on the Internet as well as other, real or potential problems, led to concerns that anonymity on the Internet might be harmful.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.235284 fatcat:7em5oydihzatfn4uyxo5vz5p4u

Mobile contextual mashup service for IMS

B. Falchuk, K. Sinkar, S. Loeb, A. Dutta
2008 2008 2nd International Conference on Internet Multimedia Services Architecture and Applications  
This "wisdom of the crowd" type of activity resulted in a large number of applications being introduced in short time frames utilizing the telecom network as a "dumb pipe".  ...  We believe this framework and analysis of the results obtained from this experiment will be illuminating to cellular operators who plan to deploy IMS infrastructure and offer mash-up type services as well  ...  The authors' own research comprises a much more proactive, intelligent approach [6] [7] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/imsaa.2008.4753938 fatcat:giqcmvp5qvbzpb5ffxm63sv5k4

Trust, Civic Engagement, and the Internet

ERIC M. USLANER
2004 Political Communication  
The ability to hide your true identity gives mistrusters a defense mechanism on the Internet that is not so easily available in real life.  ...  The Internet may well be the route to restoring our frayed social ties (Wellman and Gulia, 1999) . While some studies see the Net as a mean place, others see it as a ray of hope.  ...  The variable frequency on-line is the number of times a day you go on-line, while the variable time on line is how much time each day you spend on-line.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10584600490443895 fatcat:3quyg7jfynezlidpomuy6v73fe

The Value of Network Neutrality for the Internet of Tomorrow

Luca Belli, Primavera De Filippi
2013 Social Science Research Network  
The Dynamic Coalition on Network Neutrality (DC) has indeed been created to stimulate the debate on network neutrality and this work reflects a small but significant percentage of the ideas that have been  ...  exchanged by the DC's members and of the contributions that have been provided by the DC's mailing-list members.  ...  not be evaluated on an absolute basis, but rather assessed according to their context, their justifications, as well as the impact they might have on human rights.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2468534 fatcat:yhhljon4m5a37g3rhrl3w5dwza

Survey of Transportation of Adaptive Multimedia Streaming service in Internet

Miran Taha, Jaime Lloret, Alejandro Canovas, Laura Garcia
2017 Network Protocols and Algorithms  
Using the benefits of Internet globally, anywhere and anytime, users can avail the benefits of accessing live and on demand video services.  ...  World Wide Web is the greatest boon towards the technological advancement of modern era.  ...  running on the other end of the internet across routers and firewalls.  ... 
doi:10.5296/npa.v9i1-2.12412 fatcat:g5bzpl7tanejvp5zq2ddefyjta

Implementation and Evaluation of Nodal Distribution and Movement in a 5G Mobile Network

Dmitry Baranov, Alexandr Terekhin, Dmitry Bragin, Anton Konev
2021 Future Internet  
NS3 has been chosen as a suitable network simulator. Apart from the review, a solution for this tool was developed.  ...  A lot of organizations are constantly working on the development and implementation of new generation communication networks.  ...  The main disadvantage of GNS3 lies in the fact that the user needs to create your own software images of network devices for emulation, which are optionally paywall.  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi13120321 fatcat:os2s4s6ckzde3nuw6ux6nxy4va

Using Educational Technology to Support Students' Real World Learning [chapter]

Edward Bolton, Roger Emery
2020 Applied Pedagogies for Higher Education  
This chapter looks at how educational technology is used to simulate the workplace by capturing and reflecting on actions in real world situations, while recognising that using technology of the workplace  ...  Three case studies look at the use of social media, developing reflective e-portfolios and recording simulations to support reflective learning.  ...  The eLearning process needs to be carefully planned and how this will emulate real world experience.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-46951-1_15 fatcat:2w75qsht6nbivmze2rkut7py6q
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