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Secure Distributed MapReduce Protocols : How to have privacy-preserving cloud applications?
In the age of social networks and connected objects, many and diverse data are produced at every moment. The analysis of these data has led to a new science called "Big Data". To best handle this constant flow of data, new calculation methods have emerged.This thesis focuses on cryptography applied...
Distributed Algorithm to Locate Critical Nodes to Network Robustness based on Spectral Analysis
We propose an algorithm to locate the most critical nodes to network robustness. Such critical nodes may be thought of as those most related to the notion of network centrality. Our proposal relies only on a localized spectral analysis of a limited subnetwork centered at each node in the network. We...
Strategic areas and network effects in risk systems
Territories are innervated by a multitude of networks on which modern lifestyles have been built up as well as the functioning of society as a whole; such dependence of society towards them is coupled with an interdependence between those territories, in view of the fact that because of their struct...
A Distributed Catalog for Digitized Cultural Heritage
International audience Peer-to-peer networks have emerged recently as a flexible decentralized solution to handle large amount of data without the use of high-end servers. In this paper we present a distributed catalog built up on an overlay network called "Synapse". The Synapse protocol allows inte...
Topic Modelling Games
This paper presents a new topic modelling framework inspired by game theoretic principles. It is formulated as a normal form game in which words are represented as players and topics as strategies that the players select. The strategies of each player are modelled with a probability distribution gui...
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Path-Based partitioning methods for 3D Networks-on-Chip with minimal adaptive routing
Globalisation, Migration and Socio-Economic Change in Contemporary Greece
This empirical study examines issues surrounding the integration of immigrants in Greece, in particular in Thessaloniki, as well as looking at migrants in neighbouring countries, Albania and Bulgaria. The book suggests that immigrants' integration should be understood in relation to broader processe...
Brothers in Alms: Salafi Financiers and the Syrian Insurgency
Today, any discussion of the role of transnational Islamist actors in the Syrian conflict invariably focuses on Salafi-jihadi organizations, such as the self-proclaimed Islamic State and al-Qaeda. In 2012–2013, however, the conflict was primarily shaped by other transnational networks that were run...
Economic Complexity and Human Development
This book combines the human development approach and innovation economics in order to explore the effects that structural economic change has on human development. The author discusses how innovation, social networks, economic dynamics and human development are interlinked, and provides several pra...
Transmission Capacity of Ad-hoc Networks with Multiple Antennas using Transmit Stream Adaptation and Interference Cancelation
The transmission capacity of an ad-hoc network is the maximum density of active transmitters per unit area, given an outage constraint at each receiver for a fixed rate of transmission. Assuming that the transmitter locations are distributed as a Poisson point process, this paper derives upper and l...
Optimal Point Movement for Covering Circular Regions
Given $n$ points in a circular region $C$ in the plane, we study the problems of moving the $n$ points to its boundary to form a regular $n$-gon such that the maximum (min-max) or the sum (min-sum) of the Euclidean distances traveled by the points is minimized. The problems have applications, e.g.,...
State and Social Solidarity Economy: Friends or foes? The potential for co-construction of public policies for Social Solidarity Economy in Greece State and Social Solidarity Economy: Friends or foes? The potential for co-construction of public policies for Social Solidarity Economy in Greece
Kοινωνική και Aλληλέγγυα Oικονομία και κράτος: φίλοι ή εχθροί;Η δυνατότητα συν-διαμόρφωσης δημόσιων πολιτικών για την Κοινωνική και Αλληλέγγυα Οικονομία στην ΕλλάδαΤο παρόν άρθρο αναφέρεται στη σχέση μεταξύ του κράτους και της Κοινωνικής Αλληλέγγυας Οικονομίας (ΚΑΟ) επικεντρώνοντας στην περίπτωση το...
This book identifies a plurality of levels of collective agency in social life, assumes that actors operate across as well as within these levels, and provides a bouquet of models for multilevel network datasets to account for vertical and horizontal interdependencies in social life. It shows how co...
Curating the collector: exploring representations of early modern German women book collectors (1650-1780)
This dissertation examines representations of book collecting by German women in the early modern period in order to explore the role of gender in this activity. Portrayals of book collectors in the modern and early modern eras offer examples of how this identity is constructed, particularly in the...
International scientific approaches to desertification: bibliometric study using Web of Science (WOS) data, between 2015 and 2020
Tendo como pretensão quantificar e analisar a produção científica internacional sobre desertificação, este artigo utiliza métodos de análise quantitativa-descritiva por meio de estudos bibliométricos, utilizando base de dados de plataformas contidas na internet entre os anos 2015 a 2020. As informaç...
Characterising Web Site Link Structure
The topological structures of the Internet and the Web have received considerable attention. However, there has been little research on the topological properties of individual web sites. In this paper, we consider whether web sites (as opposed to the entire Web) exhibit structural similarities. To...
Group Component Analysis for Multiblock Data: Common and Individual Feature Extraction
Very often data we encounter in practice is a collection of matrices rather than a single matrix. These multi-block data are naturally linked and hence often share some common features and at the same time they have their own individual features, due to the background in which they are measured and...
World Yearbook of Education. Governing Knowledge: Comparison, Knowledge-Based Technologies and Expertise in the Regulation of Education
This latest volume in the World Yearbook of Education Series focuses on a major and highly significant development in the governing of education across the globe: the use of knowledge-based technologies as key policy sources. A combination of factors has produced this shift: first, the massive expan...
Transforming Health Care in Remote Communities: report on an international conference
"An international conference titled 'Transforming Health Care in Remote Communities' was held at the Chateau Lacombe Hotel in Edmonton, Canada, April 28–30, 2016. The event was organized by the University of Alberta’s School of Public Health, in partnership with the Institute for Circumpolar Health...
On the Differential Privacy of Bayesian Inference
International audience We study how to communicate findings of Bayesian inference to third parties, while preserving the strong guarantee of differential privacy. Our main contributions are four different algorithms for private Bayesian inference on proba-bilistic graphical models. These include two...
Spectrum Sharing Between Cellular and Mobile Ad Hoc Networks: Transmission-Capacity Trade-Off
Spectrum sharing between wireless networks improves the efficiency of spectrum usage, and thereby alleviates spectrum scarcity due to growing demands for wireless broadband access. To improve the usual underutilization of the cellular uplink spectrum, this paper studies spectrum sharing between a ce...
Network Risk and Forecasting Power in Phase-Flipping Dynamical Networks
In order to model volatile real-world network behavior, we analyze phase-flipping dynamical scale-free network in which nodes and links fail and recover. We investigate how stochasticity in a parameter governing the recovery process affects phase-flipping dynamics, and find the probability that no m...
Molecular mechanisms of mammalian cell survival and differentiation
Cellular and developmental processes are regulated by extracellular and intracellular signals that are mediated by networks of signaling pathways. In recent years, microRNAs have also emerged as a class of critical modulators of the same processes. For my thesis studies, I focused on regulatory mech...
Fine-tuning tomato agronomic properties by computational genome redesign
Research visit in New Zealand: Modelling the spread of COVID-19 on higher-order networks
At the beginning of March, I went to New Zealand for a research visit with a planned duration of four weeks. This visit was part of a collaboration involving the IEG DH Lab and Te Pūnaha Matatini, a New Zealand centre of research excellence for complex systems and data science hosted by the Universi...