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An exploration of fetish social networks and communities
Online Social Networks (OSNs) provide a venue for virtual interactions and relationships between individuals. In some communities, OSNs also facilitate arranging online meetings and relationships. FetLife, the worlds largest ...
Beyond Node Degree: Evaluating AS Topology Models
Many models have been proposed to generate Internet Autonomous System (AS) topologies, most of which make structural assumptions about the AS graph. In this paper we compare AS topology generation models with several ...
Towards Informative Statistical Flow Inversion
A problem which has recently attracted research attention is that of estimating the distribution of flow sizes in internet traffic. On high traffic links it is sometimes impossible to record every packet. Researchers have ...
SensingKit: Evaluating the Sensor Power Consumption in iOS devices
Today's smartphones come equipped with a range of advanced sensors capable of sensing motion, orientation, audio as well as environmental data with high accuracy. With the existence of application distribution channels ...
A First Look at User Activity on Tinder
Valorising the IoT Databox: Creating Value for Everyone
The Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to generate large amounts of heterogeneous data from diverse sources including physical sensors, user devices, and social media platforms. Over the last few years, significant ...
Tracking Personal Identifiers Across the Web.
Wearable Computing for Health and Fitness: Exploring the Relationship between Data and Human Behaviour
Health and fitness wearable technology has recently advanced, making it easier for an individual to monitor their behaviours. Previously self generated data interacts with the user to motivate positive behaviour change, ...