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Journal of ICT Standardization

Editor-in-Chief: Anand R. Prasad, wenovator, Japan

Associate Editor: Sivabalan Arumugam, Rakuten Mobile Inc, Japan


ISSN: 2245-800X (Print Version),

ISSN: 2246-0853 (Online Version)
Vol: 3   Issue: 3

Published In:   March 2016

Publication Frequency: Triannual

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Improving Spectrum Sensing as a Method for White Space Identification through Design Principles

doi: https://doi.org/10.13052/jicts2245-800X.331
Hope Mauwa1, Antoine Bagula1 and Marco Zennaro2

1University of the Western Cape, ISAT Lab, Dept. of CS, Bellville, South Africa
2International Centre for Theoretical Physics, ICT4D Laboratory, Trieste, Italy

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Abstract: Spectrum sensing’s inability to provide maximum protection to primary users operating in television white spaces summarizes the technical challenges associated with it. Building upon “WhiteNet”, a white space network management platform for campus connectivity, this paper proposes design principles that can be incorporated in a white space identification system based on a cooperative spectrum sensing model that both minimizes the probability of causing interference to primary users due to false negatives and reduces false positives thereby increasing the amount of white spaces identified. Real-world indoor measurements of a TV transmitter signal were used to evaluate the proposed principles. The results reveal the relevance of using these design principles in white space networking using the emerging White-Fi protocol.

Keywords: White-Fi, cooperative spectrum sensing, detection threshold, spectrum sensing principles.

A Trusted Model of Complex Computer Networks

doi: https://doi.org/10.13052/jicts2245-800X.332
Andrey A. Shchurov and Radek Marik

Department of Telecommunication Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Technicka 2, Prague 6 - Dejvice, 166 27, Czech Republic

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Abstract: Formal methods based on abstract models are becoming more and more important in the domain of complex computer networks. On the other hand, processes of design documentation transformation into the formal models are still bound to the skills and ingenuity of individual engineers. Moreover, the human factor involved in data transformation represents a major bottleneck due to the tendency of computer networks to be more and more complex. To address this problem, this work introduces a formal model based on the concept of multilayer networks for applying a system methodology to network analysis and an appropriate presentation format of architecture descriptions as a possible part of detailed design documentation that could allow automated generation of trusted formal multilayer models based on this documentation.

Keywords: computer networks, design documentation, formal models, multilayer networks.

Mauritius eHealth - Trust in the Healthcare Revolution

doi: https://doi.org/10.13052/jicts2245-800X.333
Leckraj Amal Bholah1 and Kemley Beharee2

1University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
2University of Mauritius, Mauritius

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Abstract: The aim of eHealth infrastructure is to harness innovations in digital infrastructure that can enable the seamless access to, sharing and reuse of data (e.g. clinical records, genomic data and images) irrespective of source [1]. eInfrastructure is comprised of networked, interoperable, service-oriented, scalable computational tools and services. The key element is the interaction of human users and computers so as to facilitate discovery, linking and reasoning.

Keywords: Mauritius, eHealth, mHealth, Doctor Assistant, Africa Health, Innovation, Medical, Information, eInfrastructure, Big Data, Health Informatics, Global eHealth.

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