Human–computer interaction is intertwined with Ubiquitous computing and Usability in her study. She integrates several fields in her works, including Usability and Human–computer interaction. Diana K. Smetters combines Computer security and Computer network in her research. Computer network and Computer security are two areas of study in which she engages in interdisciplinary work. Her research brings together the fields of Food science and Instant. Her study in Instant extends to Food science with its themes. Her study in Epistemology extends to Simple (philosophy) with its themes. Her Epistemology study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Simple (philosophy). In her articles, Diana K. Smetters combines various disciplines, including Telecommunications and Wireless network.
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Networking named content
Van Jacobson;Diana K. Smetters;James D. Thornton;Michael F. Plass.
conference on emerging network experiment and technology (2009)
Named Data Networking (NDN) Project
Lixia Zhang;Deborah Estrin;Jeffrey Burke;Van Jacobson.
Talking to Strangers: Authentication in Ad-Hoc Wireless Networks.
Dirk Balfanz;Diana K. Smetters;Paul Stewart;H. Chi Wong.
network and distributed system security symposium (2002)
VoCCN: voice-over content-centric networks
Van Jacobson;Diana K. Smetters;Nicholas H. Briggs;Michael F. Plass.
Proceedings of the 2009 workshop on Re-architecting the internet (2009)
Networking named content
Van Jacobson;Diana K. Smetters;James D. Thornton;Michael Plass.
Communications of The ACM (2012)
Building an Encrypted and Searchable Audit Log.
Brent R. Waters;Dirk Balfanz;Glenn Durfee;Diana K. Smetters.
network and distributed system security symposium (2004)
Detecting Action Potentials in Neuronal Populations with Calcium Imaging
Diana Smetters;Ania Majewska;Rafael Yuste.
Secret handshakes from pairing-based key agreements
D. Balfanz;G. Durfee;N. Shankar;D. Smetters.
ieee symposium on security and privacy (2003)
Tonic inhibition originates from synapses close to the soma.
I Soltesz;I Soltesz;D.K Smetters;I Mody.
Session migration over content-centric networks
손튼 제임스 디.;제이콥슨 밴 엘.;스메터스 다이나아 케이..
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