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As part of the Detecting Intrusions at Layer ONe (DILON) project, we show that Ethernet devices can be uniquely identified and tracked—using as few as 25 Ether-net frames—by analyzing variations in their analog signal caused by hardware and manufacturing inconsistencies. An optimal detector, the matched filter, is utilized to create signal profiles, which(More)
FlyMine is a data warehouse that addresses one of the important challenges of modern biology: how to integrate and make use of the diversity and volume of current biological data. Its main focus is genomic and proteomics data for Drosophila and other insects. It provides web access to integrated data at a number of different levels, from simple browsing to(More)
Location awareness is critical for supporting location-based access control (LBAC). The challenge is how to determine locations accurately and efficiently in indoor environments. Existing solutions based on WLAN signal strength either cannot provide high accuracy, or are too complicated in general indoor environments. In this paper, we propose a statistical(More)
  • Christopher T Lowenkamp, Edward J Latessa, Principal Investigator, John Schwartz, Catherine Arnold, Lisa Murphy Spruance +37 others
  • 2005
ii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This large-scale project could not have been completed without the efforts and cooperation of many programs, agencies, and individuals. The authors wish to thank the directors and staff at the programs included in this project. They were willing to answer questionnaires, surveys, and to assist in the collection of information and data for(More)
In this article, we examine how people living with HIV (PLWH) were able to reconceptualize or "reframe" their understanding of HIV and enhance their capacity to self-manage the condition. Two in-depth interviews were held with 38 PLWH (20 women, 18 men) selected from three government and nongovernment antiretroviral therapy (ART) delivery sites in Wakiso(More)
Provision of antiretroviral treatment (ART) to people living with HIV (PLWH) has increased globally. Research measuring whether ART restores subjective well-being to "normal" levels is lacking, particularly in resource limited settings. The study objectives are to compare quality of life and depression symptoms for PLWH on ART to a general community(More)
Antiretroviral therapy (ART) has the potential to change processes of HIV stigmatisation. In this article, changing processes of stigmatisation among a group of people living with HIV (PLWH) on ART in Wakiso District, Uganda, are analysed using qualitative data from a study of PLWH's self-management of HIV on ART. There were 38 respondents (20 women, 18(More)
  • Steve Russell, Faith Martin, Flavia Zalwango, Stella Namukwaya, Ruth Nalugya, Richard Muhumuza +3 others
  • 2016
The health of people living with HIV (PLWH) and the sustained success of antiretroviral therapy (ART) programmes depends on PLWH's motivation and ability to self-manage the condition over the long term, including adherence to drugs on a daily basis. PLWH's self-management of HIV and their wellbeing are likely to be interrelated. Successful self-management(More)