E-Technologies: Embracing the Internet of Things: 7th International Conference, MCETECH 2017, Ottawa, ON, Canada, May 17-19, 2017, Proceedings

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Esma Aïmeur, Umar Ruhi, Michael Weiss
Springer, Jun 9, 2017 - Computers - 319 pages
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th International Conference on E-Technologies, MCETECH 2017, held in Ottawa, ON, Canada, in May 2017.
This year’s conference drew special attention to the ever-increasing role of the Internet of Things (IoT); and the contributions span a variety of application domains such as e-Commerce, e-Health, e-Learning, and e-Justice, comprising research from models and architectures, methodology proposals, prototype implementations, and empirical validation of theoretical models.

The 19 papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 48 submissions. They were organized in topical sections named: pervasive computing and smart applications; security, privacy and trust; process modeling and adaptation; data analytics and machine learning; and e-health and e-commerce. 

 

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Contents

Acting as a Trustee for Internet of Agents in the Absence of Explicit Feedback
3
Integrating Access Control Obligations in the Session Initiation Protocol for Pervasive Computing Environments
24
Privacy Preserving Discovery of NearbyFriends
41
ModelDriven Engineering of Android Applications with BLE Peripherals
56
Security Privacy and Trust
75
Insider Threat Likelihood Assessment for Flexible Access Control
77
Compliance Verification Algorithm for Computer Systems Security Policies
96
Challenges and a Proposed Solution
116
Data Analytics and Machine Learning
203
An OLAP Rule Environment for Reactive Performance Monitoring
205
Supervised Methods to Support Online Scientific Data Triage
213
A New Scalable and PerformanceEnhancing Bootstrap Aggregating Scheme for Variables Selection
222
Towards an Adaptive Learning Framework for MOOCs
236
EHealth and ECommerce
252
A Virtual Patient Navigation Application for Lung Cancer Assessment Patients
255
A Case Study
273

A Supervised Approach for Spam Detection Using TextBased Semantic Representation
136
Process Modeling and Adaptation
149
Activitybased Process Integration in Healthcare with the User Requirements Notation
150
A Business Process ReEngineering Approach to Transform BPMN Models to Software Artifacts
170
Evaluating the Potential of Technology in Justice Systems Using Goal Modeling
185
A Conditional Multipayment Scheme Based on User Personalization and Plan Agreement
285
An Empirical Evaluation
300
Author Index
319
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