volume-14-Issue 1 (2021)
JUSPN, volume-14, Issue 1 (2021) , PP 19 - 26
Published: 21 Jan 2021
by Faisal Nabi, Jianming Yong, Xiaohui Tao from School of Management and Enterprise, University of Southern Queensland1West St, Darling Heights QLD 4350, Australia School of computer Sciences, University of Southern Queensland, QLD 4350, Australia
Abstract: New advancements in the field of e-commerce software technology have brought many benefits; at the same time, however, developing processes always leads to a number of different problems, from the design phase to the implementation phase. Software faults and defects increase the problems with reliability and security and for these reasons; a solution for these issues is needed. This paper addresses the problems associated with a lack of clear component-based web application related classification of logical vulnerabilities. The primary method of addressing the issues is through identifying Group Attacking Method by categorizing two different types of vulnerabilities in component-based web applications. read more... read less...
Keywords: Security Dimensions, CBS Application, Group Attack Method, Application logic, Attack Classification
JUSPN, volume-14, Issue 1 (2021) , PP 13 - 17
Published: 18 Jan 2021
by Safa Saadaoui , Mohamed Tabaa, Khadija Bousmar, Fabrice Monteiro, Abbas Dandache from LPRI, EMSI Casablanca, Morocco, LGIPM, Lorraine University, Metz, France
Abstract: In the industrial world, a trend towards connected, robotic and intelligent factories is in constant development to face competition from countries with low production costs. The industrial revolution ‘Industry 4.0’ is considerably reducing the boundaries between the physical and digital worlds. This has given rise to interconnected factories in which people, machines and products interact with each other using smart sensors. Commonly referred to as Industrial Internet of Thing (IIoT). Except that, it requires adapted communication systems for the industrial environment. Such a propagation environment is known by its complexity that should be considered in order to propose a robust and reliable communicating system. In this paper, a performance evaluation between a pulse-modulated Discrete Wavelet Packet Transform (DWPT) system and an Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) multicarrier modulation system over a noisy industrial channel will be presented. Thus, allowing not only to provide an alternative to conventional high-rate industrial wireless communication systems but also to know the limits of both techniques read more... read less...
Keywords: IIoT, Industry 4.0, DWPT/IDWPT, OFDM, Industrial Channel
JUSPN, volume-14, Issue 1 (2021) , PP 07 - 12
Published: 15 Jan 2021
by Gianni Fenu, Enrico Podda from Department of Computer Science, University of Cagliari, Via Ospedale 72, Cagliari, Italy, 09124
Abstract: In recent years, complex networks have become more and more tools of interest to study dynamics related to land analysis. A further step forward was made studying ecological corridors, useful sets of land patches that connect areas of interest otherwise disjointed and independent. Ecological corridors have proven themselves as particularly useful in order to allow animals, mostly land animals, to migrate in case of adversity taking place in the area of origin, or starvation. It is now established that take care of single areas of interest, like those of the “Natura 2000” project, has shown its limits. Ecological corridors are therefore crucial for better preservation of fauna. However, it is not easy to understand what are the critical issues that lead to critical or unusable ecological corridors. This paper analyzes how patches of ecological corridors can quickly jeopardize the usefulness of the corridor itself and of the entire network which it belongs, even if from a first analysis they do not seem particularly important. read more... read less...
Keywords: Complex Networks, Ecological Networks, Ecological Corridors, Connectivity.
IOT ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR IMPROVING WORK PERFORMANCE WITH AN IOT OPEN SOFTWARE IN SMART BUILDINGS
JUSPN, volume-14, Issue 1 (2021) , PP 01 - 06
Published: 11 Jan 2021
by Salam Traboulsia, Stefan Knauth from Faculty of Geomatics, Computer Science and Mathematics, Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences, Schellingstr. 24, D-70174 Stuttgart, Germany
Abstract: With the aim of investigating the effect of climate on the heating in buildings and human productivity, the data of thermal sensors distributed at rooms and buildings level were sent to an implemented analytic management system. This latter integrated an Internet of Things (IoT) open-source software. As part of the smart buildings project, the challenge here is to analyze the aggregated data. Therefore, statistical methods were applied to study the relationship between climate and environmental parameters of the HFT University buildings in the city Stuttgart (Germany) during 2016. Moreover, we studied the effect of indoor temperature on the thermal sensation at the same location. To optimize the result, this study was limited to workdays and cold seasons. read more... read less...
Keywords: Internet of Things (IoT), buildings performance, workplace performance