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  • An active approach to guaranteed arrival times based on traffic shaping. 

    CAHILL, VINNY; BOUROCHE, MELANIE (2010)
    To address the goal of providing drivers on highways with guaranteed arrival times, we propose a traffic management system that combines virtual slots with semiautonomous driving to shape traffic and prevent congestion. Two ...
  • Beyond the Role Model: Organisational modelling in policy based management systems 

    FEENEY, KEVIN (2003)
    In this paper, we discuss recent developments in the field of Policy Based Management (PBM) and Role Based Access Control (RBAC).We postulate that PBM tends towards a total description of an organisation?s operations. We ...
  • Enhancing Network Performance and Consumer Experience in Named Data Networking (NDN) 

    IOANNOU, ANDRIANA (Trinity College Dublin. School of Computer Science & Statistics. Discipline of Computer Science, 2020)
    Named Data Networking (NDN) is an Information-Centric Networking (ICN) architecture proposed as an alternative to the current Internet infrastructure. Using the publish-subscribe paradigm and a standardised naming scheme, ...
  • Evaluation of Ontology Mapping Representations 

    THOMAS, HENDRIK; BRENNAN, ROB; O'SULLIVAN, DECLAN (2009)
    A common approach to mitigate the effects of ontology heterogeneity is to discover and express the specific correspondences between different ontologies. An open research question is: how should such ontology mappings be ...
  • Membership service specifications for safety-critical geocast in vehicular networks. 

    CAHILL, VINNY; BOUROCHE, MELANIE (IEEE, 2010)
    Geographic group communication is a promising technique for collaborative driving applications. While oneway, geographic broadcast (geocast) is well-studied in vehicular networks, there has been little work to address ...
  • On Event-Based Middleware for Location-Aware Mobile Applications 

    MEIER, RENE; CAHILL, VINNY (2010)
    As mobile applications become more widespread, programming paradigms and middleware architectures designed to support their development are becoming increasingly important. The event-based programming paradigm is a strong ...
  • Open Framework Middleware for Intelligent WSN Topology Adaption in Smart Buildings 

    BRENNAN, ROB; O'SULLIVAN, DECLAN (IEEE, 2009)
    Modern smart buildings utilize sensor networks for facilities management applications such as energy monitoring. However as buildings become progressively more embedded with sensor networks, the challenge of managing and ...
  • Server Selection for Carbon Emission Control 

    O'MAHONY, DONAL (2011)
    Cloud owners are allowing their users to specify the level of resources being used in the di erent geographical locations that make up the cloud. The carbon emissions caused by powering these resources can vary greatly ...
  • Stratus: Load Balancing the Cloud for Carbon Emissions Control. 

    O'MAHONY, DONAL (2013)
    Large public cloud infrastructure can utilise power which is generated by a multiplicity of power plants. The cost of electricity will vary among the power plants and each will emit different amounts of carbon for a given ...