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A model for electronic money transfer for low resourced environments: M-Cash
Research shows that the majority of the population in developing countries lack basic financial services, which reduces opportunities of capital and wealth accumulation. As more service opportunities become available online, ...
Design of a secure framework for the implementation of telemedicine, eHealth, and wellness services
(Radboud University, the Netherlands, 2006-07-11)
In both developing and developed countries, the costs of delivering health care are increasingly taking a large proportion of the national gross domestic product (GDP). GDP, is one of several measures of the size of a ...
Enhanced master-slave time synchronization architecture for wireless sensor networks
(University of Melbourne, Australia, 2006-12-03)
A number of time synchronization protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks rely on a single (master) node as source of reference time by which other (slave) nodes can be synchronized. Although the amount of overhead is greatly ...
Security issues in ambulatory wireless sensor networks (AWSN): security Vs mobility
(Fountain Publishers, Kampala., 2009)
This paper presents a high level design of a typical Ambulatory Wireless Sensor Network (AWSN) and it security requirements. It presents a theoretical analysis of the effects of mobility and dynamism of nodes in relation ...
Security analysis of remote e-voting
(International Conference on Computing and ICT Research / Fountain Publishers, 2007-08-08)
In this paper, we analyze security considerations for a remote Internet voting system based on the system architecture of remote Internet voting. We examine whether it is feasible to successfully carry out remote electronic ...
Analysis of free haven anonymous storage and publication system
(Fountain publishers, Kampala, 2007)
In this paper we evaluate the design of a distributed anonymous storage and publication system that is meant to resist even attacks of most powerful adversaries like the government. We present a discussion of whether the ...