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Flaws In Endair-A Secure Routing Protocol For Manets, B. Swetha, S. Ajay Kumar, Tvs Prasad Gupta Sep 2020

Flaws In Endair-A Secure Routing Protocol For Manets, B. Swetha, S. Ajay Kumar, Tvs Prasad Gupta

International Journal of Computer Science and Informatics

Routing is the one of the essential criteria at network level in mobile ad hoc networks. Ad hoc network routing protocols are difficult to design, and secure because unable to handle rapid node mobility and network topology changes. It has been realized by many researchers, and several “secure” routing protocols have been proposed for ad hoc networks. However, the security of those protocols has mainly been analyzed by informal means only. In this paper, we argue that flaws in ad hoc routing protocols can be very subtle, and we advocate a more systematic way of analysis. This approach is based ...


Spatial Learning Landscape (Sll) In The Campus Of The Digital Age, Marwa Charkas Mar 2020

Spatial Learning Landscape (Sll) In The Campus Of The Digital Age, Marwa Charkas

Architecture and Planning Journal (APJ)

Values controlling campus articulation are mainly rooted in the 'Connectivity' value. Its interpretation exceeds just the physical connections inside the campus to the wider links between the academia and the society. The digital age has thoughtful impacts on the way that every aspect of the life is performing. The campus' shaping values have changed considerably and the connectivity came at the heart of these changes. The way the students are connected to each other's, to their tutors, and even to the place is replaced. In addition, this technological revolution has profoundly wedged the business domain, restructuring the linkage between ...


Chapman Ambassador Tour Robot, Alexandra Lewandowski, Yanni Parissis, Khiry Carter, Hilary Lee Dec 2019

Chapman Ambassador Tour Robot, Alexandra Lewandowski, Yanni Parissis, Khiry Carter, Hilary Lee

Student Scholar Symposium Abstracts and Posters

Being a student ambassador improves a student's confidence and leadership skills. With an increasing demand for technology skills, our project will display how the ambassador robot can assist student ambassadors while improving upon their efficiency, by discussing information during college campus tours and familiarizing students with robot applications and their technology. The ambassador robot can support students during tours by answering a question about specific knowledge that may have slipped an ambassador's mind. The robot will also be able to create a group-focused atmosphere that will allow ambassadors to have the opportunity to lean on a dependable teammate ...


Sustainable Building, Spring/Summer 2009, Issue 20 Sep 2019

Sustainable Building, Spring/Summer 2009, Issue 20

Sustain Magazine

No abstract provided.


Active Transportation, Spring/Summer 2012, Issue 26 Sep 2019

Active Transportation, Spring/Summer 2012, Issue 26

Sustain Magazine

No abstract provided.


Campus Sustainability, Spring/Summer 2014, Issue 30 Sep 2019

Campus Sustainability, Spring/Summer 2014, Issue 30

Sustain Magazine

No abstract provided.


An Analysis Of Energy Transitions At Different Scales: Fossil Fuel Divestment In Higher Education And Individual Behavior, Elizabeth Palchak Jan 2019

An Analysis Of Energy Transitions At Different Scales: Fossil Fuel Divestment In Higher Education And Individual Behavior, Elizabeth Palchak

Graduate College Dissertations and Theses

A sociotechnical energy transition requires both a shift to new technologies and attention to social issues like political movements, policy and human behavior. This dissertation investigates social elements of the renewable energy transition occurring at different scales. The core research questions are: How are universities creating and responding to the shifting language of fossil fuel investments? How and for whom do behavioral interventions work? And finally, do in-home displays (IHDs) change behaviors and attitudes of millennial energy users?

The three studies covered here occurred within higher education and reflect the importance of colleges and universities as dynamic players in energy ...


An Ontology Based Context-Aware Architecture For Smart Campus Applications, Nicolas R. Verstaevel, Guillaume Garzone, Thierry Monteil, Nawal Guermouche, Johan Barthelemy, Pascal Perez Jan 2018

An Ontology Based Context-Aware Architecture For Smart Campus Applications, Nicolas R. Verstaevel, Guillaume Garzone, Thierry Monteil, Nawal Guermouche, Johan Barthelemy, Pascal Perez

SMART Infrastructure Facility - Papers

With an estimated number of more than 15 billion, objects, the management of architectures for the Internet of Things is a veritable challenge. The inherent mobility (in terms of devices and users) of the IoT means that the architecture has to be resilient to appearance and disappearance of devices. In this paper, we address the problem of autonomic management of IoT architecture by the means of ontologies. The problem we address is that given a dynamic system which is built upon a multitude of entities abstracted as services and characterized by their inputs and outputs, evolving targets that aim to ...


A Study Of Undergraduate Perception And Behavior Toward On-Campus Composting, Sierra Kuun May 2017

A Study Of Undergraduate Perception And Behavior Toward On-Campus Composting, Sierra Kuun

Honors College

Composting among college students can promote a healthy environment and encourage the appropriate disposal method for generated organic wastes. The purpose of this study was to observe composting behaviors and attitudes among students and foster an increase in knowledge of suitable composting behavior in on-campus apartments.

Waste management issues are quickly becoming a key societal concern. As a result, there has been extensive literature surrounding the benefits of, and factors leading to, pro-environmental behaviors. What specific factors lead an individual, institution, or community to begin composting? In analyzing research on related topics, we can investigate drivers that are transferable to ...


Zero Waste Campus Dining, Jenny Caudillo, Sarah Dahel, Youlen Ghazalian Jun 2016

Zero Waste Campus Dining, Jenny Caudillo, Sarah Dahel, Youlen Ghazalian

Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

Cal Poly Campus Dining has a goal of becoming a zero waste entity by providing their customers with alternative methods of disposing their trash. Their current operations produce waste, specifically their methods of packaging the food. Campus dining plans to be more sustainable by providing their customers with reusable containers. The objective of this implementation is to reduce waste produced from one-time use, disposable food containers. The success criteria for the desired system is based around the ability to track and measure the reusable containers to prevent further waste, while providing the user an accommodating environment to ensure they will ...


Greenscreen: Software To Improve Campus Water And Energy Use, Andrew T. Silva May 2014

Greenscreen: Software To Improve Campus Water And Energy Use, Andrew T. Silva

University Scholar Projects

Water and energy are intrinsically linked together. Energy is required to produce clean water and water is used heavily to generate energy. These two resources are constantly held in check, as they are vital to the sustained operation of towns, cities, and campuses. At the University of Connecticut (UConn), the consumption of water and energy is reduced by an efficient power plant and a brand new water reclamation facility. To reach beyond these accolades, it is essential that a deeper understanding of campus water usage is developed. Linking this knowledge with information about the energy consumption of UConn facilities will ...