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  • Sound for Fantasy and Freedom

    Liljedahl, Mats (2011)
    Sound is an integral part of our everyday lives. Sound tells us about physical events in the environ- ment, and we use our voices to share ideas and emotions through sound. When navigating the world on a day-to-day basis, most of us use a balanced mix of stimuli from our eyes, ears and other senses to get along. We do this totally naturally and without effort. In the design of computer game experiences, traditionally, most attention has been given to vision rather than the balanced mix of sti...

    Demo Abstract: SicsthSense - Dispersing the Cloud

    McNamara, Liam; Al Nahas, Beshr; Duquennoy, Simon; Eriksson, Joakim; Voigt, Thiemo (2014)
    —This demo presents SicsthSense, our open cloud platform for the Internet of Things. SicsthSense enables low power devices such as sensor nodes and smartphones to easily store their generated data streams in the cloud. This allows the data streams, and their history, to be made permanently available to users for visualisation, processing and sharing. Moving sensor data computation and monitoring into the cloud is a promising avenue to enable centralisation of control and ...

    JAMMY: a Distributed and Dynamic Solution to Selective Jamming Attack in TDMA WSNs

    Tiloca, Marco; De Guglielmo, Domenico; Dini, Gianluca; Anastasi, Giuseppe; Das, Sajal K. (2015)
    Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) is often used in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), especially for critical applications, as it provides high energy efficiency, guaranteed bandwidth, bounded and predictable latency, and absence of collisions. However, TDMA is vulnerable to selective jamming attacks. In TDMA transmission, slots are typically pre-allocated to sensor nodes, and each slot is used by the same node for a number of consecutive superframes. Hence, an adversary could thwart a victi...

    Designing Auditory Warning Signals to Improve the Safety of Commercial Vehicles

    Fagerlönn, Johan (2011)
    Based on four studies, this thesis aims to explore how to design auditory warning signals that can facilitate safer driving by operators of heavy goods vehicles. The first three studies focus on the relationships between certain characteristics of auditory warnings and various indicators of traffic safety. A deeper understanding of these relationships would allow system developers to design auditory signals that are better optimised for safety. The fourth study examines the opinions of both v...
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