Volume 4

December 2013, Volume 4, Number 6

Attacks and Counterattacks on Wireless Sensor Networks  
Nusrat Fatema and Remus Brad, Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Romania

Are Ubiquitous Technologies the future vehicle for Transportation Planning: An analysis on various methods for
Origin Destination
Tapas Saini, S. V. Srikanth and Amritanshu Sinha, Centre for Development of Advancement Computing, India

October 2013, Volume 4, Number 5

Ambiences : On-The-Fly Usage of Available Resources Through Personal Devices  
Beatriz Otero and Marisa Gil, Universitat Politècnica de Cataluña Barcelona, Spain

Resource-Efficient Floating-Point Data Compression Using MAS in WSN  
Maher El Assi1, Alia Ghaddar1, Samar Tawbi1 and Ghaddar Fadi2, 1Lebanese University, Lebanon and 2Saint Joseph
University, Lebanon

August 2013, Volume 4, Number 4

An Efficient Key Agreement Scheme for Wireless sensor Networks Using Third Parties  
Saleh Almowuena, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Analysis of Proactive and Reactive Manet Routing Protocols Under Selected TCP Variants  
Iffat Syad1, Sehrish Abrejo2 and Asma Ansari2, 1Model College for Girls, Islamabad and 2Isra University, Hyderabad

Performance Evaluation on Extended Routing Protocol of AODV in Manet  
Debraj Modak1 and Dipankar Saha2, 1 Abacus Institute of Engineering and Management, Hooghly and 2Global Institute
of Management and Technology, Nadia

Organic User Interfaces: Framework, Interaction Model and Design Guidelines  
Atef Zaki Ghalwash and Sara Khaled Nabil, Helwan University Cairo, Egypt

Detection of Air Pollutant Using Zigbee  
Darshana N. Tambe and Nikita Chavan, G. H. Raisoni College of Engineering, India

June 2013, Volume 4, Number 3

Towards Pervasive Computing Environments with Cloud Services  
Ahmed Youssef, King Saud University, KSA and Helwan University, Egypt

A Novel Grid Based Dynamic Energy Efficient Routing Approach for Highly Dense Mobile Ad Hoc Networks  
Baisakh, Chinmayee Mishra and Abhilipsa Pradhan, Sambalpur University Institute of Information Technology, India

April 2013, Volume 4, Number 2

Energy Efficiency of MIMO Cooperative Networks with Energy Harvesting Sensor Nodes  
Said El Abdellaoui1, Youssef Fakhri1,2, Samir Saoudi3 and Driss Aboutajdine1, 1University Mohammed V-Agdal Rabat,
Morocco, 2University Ibn Tofail, Morocco and 3Technopole Brest-Iroise, France

Application of Periodical Shuffle in Controlling Quality of Service in Wireless Sensor Networks  
Hao-Li Wang1 and Rong-Guei Tsai2, 1National Chiayi University, Taiwan and 2National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Increasing the Network life Time by Simulated Annealing Algorithm in WSN with Point 
Mostafa Azami1, Manij Ranjbar1, Ali Shokouhi rostami2and Amir Jahani Amiri2, 1University of Kurdistan, Iran and
2University of tamishan, Iran

Energy Efficient Aggregation with Divergent Sink Placement for Wireless Sensor Networks 
Prakashgoud Patil1 and Umakant P Kulkarni2, 1B. V. B.College of Engineering & Technology, India and
2S. D. M. College of Engineering and Technology, India

Establishing Multi-Criteria Context Relations Supporting Ubiquitous Immersive Participation  
Jamie Waltersand Theo Kanter and Rahim Rahmani, Stockholm University, Sweden

Fault-Tolerant Energy-Efficient Tree in Dynamic WSNs  
Tarek Moulahi1,2, Ahmed Almuhirat2 and Lamri Laouamer2, 1University of Sfax, Tunisia and 2Qassim University,
Saudi Arabia

February 2013, Volume 4, Number 1

Designing Logical Topology for Wireless Sensor Networks: A Multi-Chain Oriented Approach  
Quazi Mamun, Charles Sturt University, Australia

Opinion Mining and Sentiment Analysis - An Assessment of Peoples' Belief: A Survey  
S Padmaja and S Sameen Fatima, Osmania University, India