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Advanced network protocols for traffic engineering will enable more intelligent control of network resources and will give network operators the ability to offer quality of service (QoS) guarantees for Internet Protocol (IP) traffic. Our work focuses on using the Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) protocol together with agent technology to dynamically(More)
The day-today operations of corporations and government agencies rely on inter-operating legacy, COTs, databases, clients, servers, etc., which are brought together into a distributed environment running middleware (e.g., CORBA, JINI, DCOM, etc.). Both access control and security assurance within these distributed applications is paramount. Of particular(More)
— Computing Science graduates need a global perspective of the software engineering industry to make them more employable. As well as gaining the technical and academic skill levels expected from their discipline, students must now learn to operate in 'virtual teams'. This paper describes how we changed the curriculum of our Software Engineering Module at(More)
Active Learning in Computing (ALiC) is a CETL project led by the University of Durham, with the University of Newcastle, Leeds Metropolitan University and the University of Leeds as partners. The project focuses on increasing the level of student engagement within the Computing curriculum, aiming to make the student experience more relevant to industry.(More)
Information and communication technologies (IT) and IT-based instrumentation and control (I&C) systems, hardware and software components are analyzed in context of “green” paradigm. Green IT paradigm is formulated as a Cartesian product of a pair “external (E) and internal (I) aspects of IT and computer-based I&Csystems”(More)