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    • Facebook or Fakebook? : The effects of simulated mobile applications on simulated mobile networks 

      Parris, Iain Siraj; Ben Abdesslem, Fehmi; Henderson, Tristan (2012) - Journal article
      The credibility of mobile ad hoc network simulations depends on accurate characterisations of user behaviour, e.g., mobility and application usage. If simulated nodes communicate at different rates to real nodes, or move ...
    • Practical privacy and security for opportunistic networks 

      Parris, Iain (University of St Andrews, 2014-12-01) - Thesis
      When in physical proximity, data can be directly exchanged between the mobile devices people carry - for example over Bluetooth. If people cooperate to store, carry and forward messages on one another's behalf, then an ...
    • Privacy-enhanced social-network routing 

      Parris, Iain Siraj; Henderson, Tristan (2012-01-01) - Journal article
      Opportunistic networking—forwarding messages in a disconnected mobile ad hoc network via any encountered nodes — offers a new mechanism for exploiting the mobile devices that many users now carry. Forwarding messages in ...
    • Recommending privacy preferences in location-sharing services 

      Zhao, Yuchen (University of St Andrews, 2017-06-21) - Thesis
      Location-sharing services have become increasingly popular with the proliferation of smartphones and online social networks. People share their locations with each other to record their daily lives or satisfy their social ...
    • A robust reputation-based location-privacy recommender system using opportunistic networks 

      Zhao, Yuchen; Ye, Juan; Henderson, Tristan (ACM, 2016-12-01) - Conference item
      Location-sharing services have grown in use commensurately with the increasing popularity of smart phones. As location data can be sensitive, it is important to preserve people’s privacy while using such services, and so ...