• DBHAaaS – Database High Availability As A Service For Cloud Computing 

    Jaiswal, Chetan (University of Missouri–Kansas City, 2016)
    On conventional database systems, the recovery manager applies transaction Undo or Redo operation or a combination of them to recover the last consistent state of the database from a system failure. Transaction redo, ...
  • Distributed Perimeter Firewall Policy Management Framework 

    Maddumala, Mahesh Nath (University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2017)
    A perimeter firewall is the first line of defense that stops unwanted packets (based on defined firewall policies) entering the organization that deploys it. In the real world, every organization maintains a perimeter ...
  • Improving Transaction Acceptance of Incoherent Updates Using Dynamic Merging In a Relational Database 

    Linneman, Ryan (2015)
    Despite its tenure, mobile computing continues to move to the forefront of technology and business. This ever expansive field holds no shortages of opportunity for either party. Its benefits and demand are abundant but ...
  • Managing malicious transactions in mobile database systems 

    Singh, Abhiruchi (University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2012)
    Database security is one of the most important issues for any organization, especially for financial institutions such as banks. Protecting database from external threats is relatively easier and a number of effective ...
  • Security in pervasive health care using location-based key generation schemes 

    Acharya, Debargh, 1983- (University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2011-08-15)
    Remote health monitoring has tremendous potential to improve quality of health care services in modern and ubiquitous medical environments. It helps to cut the cost in modern healthcare by avoiding unnecessary hospital ...
  • Self adapting smart electrical grid 

    Lal, Kushal Kumar (2014-07-30)
    Following the invention of electricity the electrical grid system was one of the biggest achievements of the twentieth century. It has been responsible for delivering power to millions of homes and businesses. As the demand ...
  • Self Synchronization of Moving Vehicles 

    Khedkar, Amol Shashikant (University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2015)
    In this dissertation, we investigate and develop a novel scheduling scheme for conflict-free movement of vehicles at road intersections. We claim that our scheduling scheme not only guarantees conflict-free movement at any ...
  • Volatility-Aware Query Processing in Peer-to-Peer Systems 

    Landeras, Francisco Jose (University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2010)
    Peer-to-Peer (P2P) paradigm has been recognized as a disruptive technology that can aggregate enormous storage and processing resources for information sharing and distributed computing. This paradigm has received significant ...