• Access point assignment for hybrid Wi-Fi and Li-Fi networks

      Zheng, Shuai (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      Li-Fi is the trend of next-generation network that enable security and fast data transmission. Combining Li-Fi and Wi-Fi not only achieves high-speed network transmission but also compensates for the small coverage area ...
    • An authenticated key agreement scheme for sensor networks

      Yang, Mee Loong (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      In wireless sensor networks, the messages between pairs of communicating nodes are open to eavesdropping, tampering, and forgeries. These messages can easily be protected using cryptographic means but the nodes need to ...
    • A Browser Based Intervention Approach Towards Managing Internet Addiction Disorder

      Souligna, Seng (Auckland University of Technology, 2017)
      Significant technological advancements over the last two decades have led to enhanced accessibility to computer devices and the Internet. We are experiencing an increasing integration of the Internet into our everyday lives ...
    • Energy aware survivable routing approaches for next generation networks design

      Luo, Bing (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Currently, with the booming development of Next Generation Networks (NGNs), there is an urgent request for reducing energy in telecommunication networks due to its environmental impact and potential economic benefits. ...
    • Energy Efficient Scheduling Manager for cloud-based mobile applications

      Rakjit, Chutiwan (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Mobile cloud computing is the state-of-the-art mobile distributed computing paradigm which comprises of three heterogeneous domains: mobile computing, cloud computing, and wireless networks aiming to enhance the computational ...
    • The evaluation of the effects of network attacks in wireless mesh networks

      Zhu, Yuming (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      Wireless mesh networks are becoming an attractive solution for providing low-cost Internet access citywide. However, network attack is a critical and destructive behavior in such networks, and is an extensive problem ...
    • Metrics for Data-driven Energy Efficiency

      Song, Shuang (Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      Currently, the world is witnessing a mounting avalanche of data due to the tremendous growth of the Information and Communications Technologies (ICT). This trend is continuing to develop in a quick and diverse manner in ...
    • Network trustworthiness evaluation in P2P networks

      Xiang, Ming (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      Trust and reputation management emerges as a significant research trend, in term of soft security to tackle the security issues in computer networks. It is different from the traditional security mechanisms such as ...
    • New Zealand Cellular Network Base Station Spatial Distribution Analysis by Using Alpha-stable Distribution Model

      Li, Chenghan (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      Studying the distribution model of cellular network base station not only can optimize the user's wireless communications and Internet experience, but also reveal the patterns of the regional development and human demands ...
    • Policy-based management approach for energy efficient cloud computing infrastructure

      Alhaddadin, Fadi Jamil Shehadeh (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Cloud computing technology is gaining great popularity in our day due to the utility-oriented information technology services that it offers worldwide. Due to the pay-as-you-go elasticity that cloud computing technology ...
    • Privacy-aware Cloud-based Architecture for Sharing Healthcare Information

      Alhaddadin, Fadi (Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      The advancement in the field of information and communications technology has led to generating a significant amount of information in various fields and domains. The healthcare industry like other industries has generated ...
    • Security Mechanisms Over Delay Tolerant Infrastructures

      Gonzales, Brian (Auckland University of Technology, 2020)
      The motivation of this research is to seek a flexible encryption and authentication method to facilitate the secure delivery of data through a Delay-Tolerant Network Infrastructure. This work will demonstrate a proof-of-concept, ...
    • Surveillance Alarm Making

      Shen, Jun (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      Computer vision based surveillance systems have become increasingly important to society. This thesis presents a new approach for computer vision based alarm making systems which detect abnormal events in fixed camera ...
    • Sustainable and resilient network infrastructure design for cloud data centers

      Qi, Ritchie (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      A datacenter is a pool of resources such as computational, storage, and servers interconnected using a communications network. Data Center Networking (DCN) holds a pivotal role, and it needs to be scalable and efficient ...
    • Trust-based energy aware geographical routing for smart grid communications networks

      Xiang, Ming (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Smart Grid is the trend of next generation power distribution and management network that enable interactive communication and operation between consumers and suppliers, so as to achieve intelligent resource allocation ...
    • Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Assisted Health Care Resource Allocation in Disasters

      Diao, Li (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      The fast response to a disaster is a key factor in rescuing victims who are trapped in the affected areas. The high amount of casualties, as well as life and medical resource allocation, cause the complexity of the disaster ...
    • The Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Public Safety Communication and Optimization of Coverage (Case Study - Cook Islands)

      Harmon, Harmon (Auckland University of Technology, 2017)
      It is in the most critical situation when lives are at risk that the need for reliable and stable communication channels are essential. An effective communication infrastructure is extremely important for the following ...
    • Visual blockchain using Merkle Tree

      Hu, Rui (Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      Although our communities are paying extensive attention to the blockchain technology, it is still far away from real applications. Due to the combinations of multi-disciplinary technologies in blockchain, the popularization ...