Monthly Archives: September 2014

Cyber: Is privacy more important than security?

Moot: That Cyber privacy is more important than security Good evening ladies and gentlemen, it is an honor to stand before you all today to show you that Cyber privacy is more important than security. What is Cyber privacy? Well … Continue reading

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Gaming as a Service: Addressing the latency issue in Cloud Gaming systems with respect to Aotearoa

Gaming as a Service: Addressing the latency issue in Cloud Gaming systems with respect to Aotearoa (The Land of The Long White Cloud) James H Abbott 27th July 2013 Abstract Gaming as a service requires (GaaS) requires Quality of Service … Continue reading

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eScience: Provenance and security

eScience: Provenance and security James H Abbott 11th August 2013 Abstract eScience is about collaboration, and the scientific method with respect to big data. While the answer to the life, the Universe and everything may be 42, exactly how we … Continue reading

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Alternative architectures: Symantic analysis and Neuro Linquistic Programming

Alternative architectures: Symantic analysis and Neuro Linquistic Programming James H Abbott 18th September 2013 Abstract Symantic analysis suits alternative architectures when invigorated by real time, cloud enabled augmented reality applied as Neuro Linquistic Programming. Neuro Linquistic Programming (NLP) is a … Continue reading

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Combinatorial auctions: The real power in the grid

Combinatorial auctions: The real power in the grid James H Abbott 3th October 2013 Abstract In financial markets “black swans’ occur more often than the standard probabil- ity models predict. Combinatorial auctions allow the sale of bundles, for example memory, … Continue reading

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