access control protocol


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access control protocol

The technology used to authenticate a user logging into a computer or network.
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Section 3 describes the proposed distributed medium access control protocol for cognitive radio ad hoc networks.
WiseMAC [32-33] is CSMA-based medium access control protocol.
RADIUS is an access control protocol that defines how to use a challenge/response scheme to authenticate users.
Since the first issuance of electronic passports, several security mechanisms have been added to the Basic Access Control protocol in order to further protect a passport holder's privacy, anonymity and personal information.
11] Gyanendra Prasad Joshi, Srijana Acharya and Sung Won Kim, "Decentralized cognitive radio medium access control protocol for cognitive radio wireless sensor networks," INFORMATION, in press.
If a device never passes the carrier-sensing phase of the CSMA (Carrier Sense Multiple Access) medium access control protocol, then it could conclude that it is a victim of a DoS attack.
Among the specific topics: gender difference in the motivations of mobile internet usage, pest activity prognosis in the rice field, man-machine interface with applications in mobile robotic systems, mobile commerce adoption barriers, mobile-based advertising in Japan, semantic enrichment of location-based services, and intelligent medium access control protocol for WSN.
This system is a natural fit for countries seeking advanced technology solutions for automated authentication of either non biometric enabled passports, or for currently deployed e-passports which contain a smartchip with biometric data using the secure basic access control protocol.
11 standard and is one of the authors of the DFWMAC protocol, which was selected as the foundation of the Medium Access Control protocol for the standard.
Those features include Solectek's exclusive multipoint media access control protocol and the Cisco IOS kernel.
TACACS+, a new version of Cisco's Terminal Access Controller Access Control protocol which adds support for independent user authentication, authorization and accounting.
Some topics covered include data management in the Internet of Things, sensor localization in three-dimensional space, wireless sensor networks in coal mines, blink controlled communication for bed-ridden patients, media access control protocols for healthcare sensor networks, and a wireless sensor network enabled vehicle parking system.

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