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As part of a longitudinal, community-based study of diarrhoeal morbidity in a peri-urban community in Lima, Peru, a household survey was administered to ascertain possible risk factors, based on… (More)
Peer-to-Peer (p2p), as an emerging technology, is exerting huge influence on various application scenarios. Meanwhile, agents, assisting applications in traditional paradigm with intelligent ways,… (More)
When one begins to think about security and P2P networks, and in particular, ad-hoc P2P networks with no real centralization, one must take a leap from the accepted, in place, on-the-Internet,… (More)
Introduction to the HICSS-4 Software Technology Track's "Securing the Cloud and the Internet of Things mini-track."
This is the introduction to the HICSS46 Secure Cloud Computing Mini-track.
Cloud Computing offers SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS as cost effective ways of doing computation. Initiatives by Governments as well as large and small businesses are motivating the migration of localized… (More)
Sanitary disposal of feces is vital to combat childhood diarrhea, and its promotion is key to improving health in developing countries. Knowledge of prevailing feces disposal practices is a… (More)
Stanford University received a Christmas present from Xerox PARC in 1979: several Xerox Alto workstations, Ethernet hardware, and documentation on network protocols. My director asked me to figure… (More)
Cloud Computing offers SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS as cost effective ways of doing computation. The recent rapid deployment of Cloud Computing comes with a cost that can leave users open to vulnerabilities… (More)
This Mini-track has been a step-by-step evolution from HICSS-42’s “Architectures for Distributed Systems”; “Distributed System’s for Ubiquitous Computing” that added the connected everywhere theme;… (More)