Recent Submissions

  • A trust-aware RPL routing protocol to detect blackhole and selective forwarding attacks 

    Airehrour, David; Ray, J.; Ray, S. K. (RMIT University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 2017-03-26)
    This research addresses blackhole and selective forwarding routing attacks, whichare fundamental security attacks on the routing of data in IoT networks. Most IoT devices today,from medical devices to connected vehicles ...
  • A trust-based defence scheme for mitigating blackhole and selective forwarding attacks in the RPL routing protocol 

    Airehrour, David; Gutierrez, J.; Ray, S. K. (TelSoc : Telecommunications and the Digital Economy, 2018-03-30)
    The routing protocol for low-power and lossy networks (RPL) has gained prominence as the standard IoT routing protocol. However, it faces like many other routing protocols diverse attacks. Many studies have been proposed ...
  • Social engineering attacks and countermeasures in the New Zealand banking system : advancing a user-reflective mitigation model 

    Airehrour, David; Nair, N.; Madanian, S. (MDPI (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute), 2018-05-03)
    Social engineering attacks are possibly one of the most dangerous forms of security and privacy attacks since they are technically oriented to psychological manipulation and have been growing in frequency with no end in ...
  • Technical review : performance of existing imputation methods for missing data in SVM ensemble creation 

    Ali, Shahid; Dacey, Simon (AIRCC Publishing Corporation, 2017)
    Incomplete data is present in many study contents. This incomplete or uncollected data information is named as missing data (values), and considered as vital problem for various researchers. Even this missing data problem ...
  • Online scalable SVM ensemble learning method (OSSELM) for spatio-temporal air pollution analysis 

    Ali, Shahid; Dacey, Simon (AIRCC Publishing Corporation, 2017)
    Environmental air pollution studies fail to consider the fact that air pollution is a spatio-temporal problem. The volume and complexity of the data have created the need to explore various machine learning models, however, ...
  • An efficient stream-based join to process end user transactions in real-time data warehousing 

    Jamil, Noreen (2014-06)
    In the field of real-time data warehousing semistream processing has become a potential area of research since last one decade. One important operation in semi-stream processing is to join stream data with a slowly changing ...
  • Role-based process view derivation and composition 

    Zhao, X.; Liu, C.; Yongchareon, Dr. Sira; Kowalkiewicz, M.; Sadiq, W. (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2015-05)
    The process view concept deploys a partial and temporal representation to adjust the visible view of a business process according to various perception constraints of users. Process view technology is of practical use for ...
  • Diabetic Mario : designing and evaluating mobile games for diabetes education 

    Baghaei, Nilufar; Nandigam, D.; Casey, John; Direito, A.; Maddison, R. (2016-06)
    Traditionally, diabetes education has relied on written materials, with limited resources available for children with diabetes. Mobile games can be effective and motivating tools for the promotion of children's health. In ...
  • Modelling land water composition scene for maritime traffic surveillance 

    Pang, Shaoning; Zhao, Jing.; Hartill, B.; Sarrafzadeh, Hossein (Inderscience Enterprises, 2016)
    Background modelling, used in many vision systems, must be robust to environmental change, yet sensitive enough to identify all moving objects of interest. Existing background modelling approaches have been developed to ...
  • Lounging with robots – social spaces of residents in care : a comparison trial 

    Peri, Kathryn; Kerse, Ngaire; Broadbent, Elizabeth; Jayawardena, Chandimal; Kuo, Tony; Datta, Chandan; Stafford, Rebecca; MacDonald, Bruce (Wiley Online Library, 2016)
    Aims: To investigate whether robots could reduce resident sleeping and stimulate activity in the lounges of an older persons’ care facility. Methods: Non-randomised controlled trial over a 12-week period. The ...
  • Physical-aware predictive dynamic thermal management of multi-core processors 

    Salami, Bagher; Noori, Hamid; Madipour, Farhad; Baharani, Mohammadreza (Elsevier, 2016-03-30)
    The advances in silicon process technology have made it possible to have processors with larger number of cores. The increment of cores number has been hindered by increasing power consumption and heat dissipation due to ...
  • Incremental and decremental max-flow for online semi-supervised learning 

    Zhu, Lei; Pang, Shaoning; Sarrafzadeh, Hossein; Ban, Tao; Inoue, Daisuke (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2016-04-13)
    Max-flow has been adopted for semi-supervised data modelling, yet existing algorithms were derived only for the learning from static data. This paper proposes an online max-flow algorithm for the semi-supervised learning ...
  • Error signal measurement in active noise control systems 

    Sheth, Darshana; Ardekani, Iman (Asia-Pasific Signal Information Processing Association, 2015-08)
    Active noise control (ANC) creates a set of silent points at the location of error microphones. As a byproduct, a zone of quiet is created surrounding the silent points. Unfortunately, the extension of the created quite ...
  • RF fingerprinting : research opportunities 

    Rehman, Saeed; Sowerby, Kevin W.; Alam, Shafiq (Asia Pacific Signal and Information Processing Association (APSIPA), 2015-01)
    Radio Frequency (RF) fingerprinting aims to de- velop a unique identity for a wireless device that can be used in the same way a biological fingerprint operates, to improve the security and privacy of wireless communication. ...
  • Computational thinking : the skill set of the 21st century 

    Mohaghegh, Dr Mahsa; McCauley, Michael (TechScience Publications, 2016-05)
    Computational thinking is a relatively new term, and is the topic of much discussion in the educational realm today. Research shows that computational thinking is a highly valuable skill that is becoming a topic of increasing ...
  • Capture the talent : secondary school education with cyber security competition 

    Mohaddes Deylami, Hanif; Mohaghegh, Dr Mahsa; Sarrafzadeh, Hossein; McCauley, Michael; Ardekani, Iman; Kingston, Tamsin (Academy & Industry Research Collaboration Center (AIRCC), 2015-11)
    Recent advances in computing have caused cyber security to become an increasingly critical issue that affects our everyday life. Both young and old in society are exposed to benefits and dangers that accompany technological ...
  • Effects of software security on software development life cycle and related security issues 

    Mohaddes Deylami, Hanif; Ardekani, Iman; Muniyandi, Ravie Chandren; Sarrafzadeh, Hossein (International Journal of Computational Intelligence and Information Security (IJCIIS) (Victoria, Australia), 2015-12)
    Security is a significant issue in the software development life cycle, and may become much more problematic in the future. In the current state there is no simple solution to the software security issue. Moreover, software ...
  • Estimation of internet node location by latency measurements : the underestimation problem 

    Komosny, Dan; Voznak, Miroslav; Ganeshan, Kathiravelu; Sathu, Hira (Kaunas University of Technology (Kaunas, Lithuania), 2015)
    In this paper we deal with discovering a geographic location of a node in the Internet. Knowledge of location if fundamental element for many location based applications and web services. We focus on location finding without ...
  • A fast and adaptive video-based method for eye blink rate estimation 

    Mohammadi, Gheis; Shanbehzadeh, Jamshid; Sarrafzadeh, Hossein (ACCENT Society (India), 2015-06-16)
    Eye blink rate (EBR) estimation is one of the informative cues and challengeable areas in eye-based systems that has a wide range of applications like the detecting a driver’s drowsiness, anxiety analysis, diseases detection ...
  • Other-cells Interference in CDMA systems 

    Kolahi, Samad; Williamson, Allan G.; Sowerby, Kevin William (Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), 2004-09-20)
    Using simulation and modelling, the other-cells interference factor for CDMA systems is obtained. Situations with tiers of neighbouring cells are investigated under various propagation parameters and for two scenarios, ...

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