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Uno, Taichi (author)
The interactions between human and machines are now common in our daily life. The audio data of human communication is a rich source of information, but it is con- sidered privacy-invasive for machines to listen to it. By reducing sampling frequency, it is possible to preserve privacy by making conversation unclear while still being possible to...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Hafeez, Ibbad (author), Antikainen, Markku (author), Ding, Aaron Yi (author), Tarkoma, Sasu (author)
IoT devices are notoriously vulnerable even to trivial attacks and can be easily compromised. In addition, resource constraints and heterogeneity of IoT devices make it impractical to secure IoT installations using traditional endpoint and network security solutions. To address this problem, we present IoT-Keeper, a lightweight system which...
journal article 2020
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Kleingeld, Hajo (author)
Nowadays, 19% of the global energy consumption is used for lighting. For this reason, saving energy in lighting is vital. A simple way to save energy is to “simply” turn the lights off, or reduce the amount of light used when nobody is around. This thesis proposes a new method for luminaires to detect the presence of humans and objects which...
master thesis 2017
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Meijer, J.F. (author)
The Packet Reservation Multiple Access protocol can be used in wireless communication systems and enables dispersed terminals to transmit packetized information over a shared communication channel. The performance of the protocol depends on the values of the system variables and is calculated using a mathematical model. Besides a mathematical...
master thesis 1992
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