A Lightweight and Efficient Digital Image Encryption Using Hybrid Chaotic Systems for Wireless Network Applications
Almalkawi, I. T., Halloush, . R., Alsarhan, A., Al-Dubai, A., & Al-karaki, J. N. (2019)
A Lightweight and Efficient Digital Image Encryption Using Hybrid Chaotic Systems for Wireless Network Applications. Journal of Information Security and Applications, 49, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jisa.2019.102384
Due to limited processing capabilities and other constraints of most wireless networks, many existing security algorithms do not consider the network efficiency. This is becau...
Applications of Blockchain Within Healthcare.
Bell, L., Buchanan, W. J., Cameron, J., & Lo, O. (2018)
Applications of Blockchain Within Healthcare. Blockchain in Healthcare Today,
There are several areas of healthcare and well-being that could be enhanced using blockchain technologies. These include device tracking, clinical trials, pharmaceutical traci...
Towards a Security Enabled and SOA-based QoS (for the Smart Grid) Architecture
Chrysoulas, C., & Pitropakis, N. (2018)
Towards a Security Enabled and SOA-based QoS (for the Smart Grid) Architecture. EAI Endorsed Transactions on Ambient Systems, 4(12), 153551. https://doi.org/10.4108/eai.10-1-2018.153551
QoS and Security features are playing an important role in modern network architecures. Dynamic selection of services and by extension of service providers are vital in today’...
Hybrid Tree-rule Firewall for High Speed Data Transmission
Chomsiri, T., He, X., Nanda, P., & Tan, Z. (2016)
Hybrid Tree-rule Firewall for High Speed Data Transmission. IEEE transactions on cloud computing, 1-1. https://doi.org/10.1109/tcc.2016.2554548
Traditional firewalls employ listed rules in both configuration and process phases to regulate network traffic. However, configuring a firewall with listed rules may create ru...
Prediction of electric fields in and around PCBs — 3D finite-difference time-domain approach with parallel processing
Buchanan, W. J., & Gupta, N. K. (1995)
Prediction of electric fields in and around PCBs — 3D finite-difference time-domain approach with parallel processing. Advances in engineering software, 23(2), 111-114. https://doi.org/10.1016/0965-9978%2895%2900068-8
The authors have taken the 3D FDTD approach to simulate the propagation of electrical signals within and around printed circuit boards (PCBs). This relates to the work current...