NOTE: Your deposited thesis will only be processed when the Tuwhera Open Theses team comes back from Christmas and New Year break on January 6th, 2020. Have an awesome holiday.
    • Attack graph analysis for network anti-forensics

      Ramachandran Pillai Lekshmi, Rahul Chandran (Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      The development of technology in computer networks has increased the percentage of cyber-attacks and attackers are able to penetrate even the strongest IDS and firewalls. Anti-forensics in computer networks is an emerging ...
    • Banknote Recognition in Real Time Using ANN

      Ren, Yueqiu (Auckland University of Technology, 2017)
      Financial institutions have adopted various automated banking systems using currency recognition as their main activity, which makes automated currency recognition of significant interest. However, after the review of the ...
    • Comparative Evaluations of Privacy on Digital Images

      Zhang, Xue (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      Privacy preservation on social media is a societal issue nowadays. In recent years, with the continuous occurrence of the privacy leaks of user information and file, privacy and security issues have received unprecedented ...
    • Computer Input of Morse Codes Using Finger Gesture Recognition

      Li, Ricky (Auckland University of Technology, 2017)
      The Morse code is one of the earliest means of telecommunications; however, it is rarely used nowadays due to viral mobile communications. Although a person can tap Morse codes using his fingers easily, perhaps nobody is ...
    • Design and Implementation of A Cloud Based Intelligent Surveillance System

      Zhou, Lei (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      Visual surveillance is widely used in different fields such as security, transportation, medicine, and logistics. However, these videos and images require appropriate storage and computing platforms. Cloud based surveillance ...
    • Empirical Approaches for Human Behavior Analytics

      Lu, Jia (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      Surveillance is ubiquitous in our communities which can be utilized to deal with multiple security issues. However, most of surveillance systems still are not intelligent which are mainly relying on security staff’s human ...
    • Exploration of the 3D world on the internet using commodity virtual reality devices

      Tran, Huy Quang (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      This thesis describes the development of a graphically interactive and online Virtual Reality (VR) application. Based on keywords provided by users, it automatically retrieves and display stereoscopic contents from the ...
    • Exploring Defense of SQL Injection Attack in Penetration Testing

      Zhu, Yao Chu (Auckland University of Technology, 2016)
      SQLIA is adopted to attack websites with and without confidential information. Hackers utilize the compromised website as intermediate proxy to attack others for avoiding being committed of cyber-criminal and also enlarging ...
    • iNavigation: an image based indoor navigation system

      Wang, Linfeng (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Image-based navigation techniques attract much attention as a powerful alternative to traditional map-based navigation. The Google Street View, which gets a mixed reception is one such technique featured in Google Map that ...
    • Research on Social Context Acquisition and Reasoning Techniques for Online Social Networks

      Bakhsh, Baraa (Auckland University of Technology, 2017)
      Recently, social contexts have been used with promising outcomes in developing social aware applications in different fields. However, a user's social information is distributed over different OSN, which is a challenge for ...
    • A scheme of human face recognition in complex environments

      Cui, Wei (Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Face recognition is one of the most important biometrics in computer vision and it has been broadly employed in the area such as surveillance, information security, identification, and law enforcement. Over the last few ...
    • 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 ...