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    • Defence against Denial of Service (DoS) attacks using Identifier-Locator Network Protocol (ILNP) and Domain Name System (DNS) 

      Shehzad, Khawar (University of St Andrews, 2019-06-26) - Thesis
      This research considered a novel approach to network security by combining a new networking architecture based on the Identifier-Locator Network Protocol (ILNP) and the existing Domain Name System (DNS). Specifically, the ...
    • Enabling energy awareness of ICT users to improve energy efficiency during use of systems 

      Yu, Yi (University of St Andrews, 2015) - Thesis
      Data centres have been the primary focus of energy efficiency researches due to their expanding scales and increasing demands of energy. On the other hand, there are several orders of magnitude more end-users and personal ...
    • Enabling energy-awareness for internet video 

      Ejembi, Oche Omobamibo (University of St Andrews, 2016-03-30) - Thesis
      Continuous improvements to the state of the art have made it easier to create, send and receive vast quantities of video over the Internet. Catalysed by these developments, video is now the largest, and fastest growing ...
    • Enabling network mobility support 

      Rehunathan, Devan (University of St Andrews, 2012-11-30) - Thesis
      As computing devices become increasingly portable, it is becoming necessary to support Mobility as a core network functionality. The availability of devices such as smartphones, tablets, laptops as well as wireless network ...
    • Mobility as first class functionality : ILNPv6 in the Linux kernel 

      Phoomikiattisak, Ditchaphong (University of St Andrews, 2016-06) - Thesis
      Mobility is an increasingly important aspect of communication for the Internet. The usage of handheld computing devices such as tablets and smartphones is increasingly popular among Internet users. However, the current ...
    • Multihoming with ILNP in FreeBSD 

      Simpson, Bruce (University of St Andrews, 2016-06-21) - Thesis
      Multihoming allows nodes to be multiply connected to the network. It forms the basis of features which can improve network responsiveness and robustness; e.g. load balancing and fail-over, which can be considered as a ...
    • Using quantified-self for future remote health monitoring 

      Khorakhun, Chonlatee (University of St Andrews, 2015) - Thesis
      Remote monitoring is an essential part of future mHealth systems for the delivery of personal and pervasive healthcare, especially to allow the collection of personal bio-data outside clinical environments. mHealth ...