2015 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to industrial informatics and cyber physical systems
Elizabeth Chang spends much of her time researching Ontology, Computer security, World Wide Web, Knowledge management and Artificial intelligence. Her studies deal with areas such as Ontology and Domain knowledge as well as Ontology. Elizabeth Chang has included themes like Cloud computing and Steganography in her Computer security study.
Her World Wide Web research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Service delivery framework and Semantics. Her studies in Knowledge management integrate themes in fields like Domain, Intelligent agent, Multi-agent system and Data science. Her research in Artificial intelligence intersects with topics in Traffic generation model, Machine learning, Data mining and Natural language processing.
Elizabeth Chang mostly deals with Ontology, Knowledge management, World Wide Web, Computer security and Information retrieval. Her study on Ontology is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Ontology. Her Knowledge management research includes elements of Service, Risk analysis, Information system and Data science.
Semantic Web, Web service, The Internet, Web modeling and Semantic Web Stack are the core of her World Wide Web study. In most of her Computer security studies, her work intersects topics such as Internet privacy. Her study in Process ontology focuses on Suggested Upper Merged Ontology in particular.
Artificial intelligence, Information retrieval, Ontology, Data science and Cloud computing are her primary areas of study. Her Ontology study incorporates themes from Domain, World Wide Web and Measure. Elizabeth Chang works in the field of World Wide Web, focusing on Semantic Web in particular.
In Data science, she works on issues like Context, which are connected to Access control. Her study in Cloud computing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Computer security, Quality of service, Ontology-based data integration and Service provider, Service. Her Computer security study combines topics in areas such as Cloud computing security and Service level requirement.
Elizabeth Chang focuses on Cloud computing, Computer security, Service, Service provider and Multiple-criteria decision analysis. Her Cloud computing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quality of service, Ontology-based data integration, Distributed computing and Access control. Her Computer security course of study focuses on Cloud computing security and Data as a service, Service management, Warning system and World Wide Web.
World Wide Web is often connected to Information retrieval in her work. Her Service provider research incorporates elements of Service-level agreement and The Internet. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ontology and Semantic Web in addition to Ontology.
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Cloud Computing: Issues and Challenges
Tharam Dillon;Chen Wu;Elizabeth Chang.
advanced information networking and applications (2010)
A survey of digital image watermarking techniques
V.M. Potdar;S. Han;E. Chang.
international conference on industrial informatics (2005)
Trust and Reputation for Service-Oriented Environments: Technologies For Building Business Intelligence And Consumer Confidence
Elizabeth Chang;Farookh Hussain;Tharam Dillon.
Neural-Network-Based Models for Short-Term Traffic Flow Forecasting Using a Hybrid Exponential Smoothing and Levenberg–Marquardt Algorithm
Kit Yan Chan;T. S. Dillon;J. Singh;E. Chang.
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems (2012)
Conceptual SLA framework for cloud computing
Mohammed Alhamad;Tharam Dillon;Elizabeth Chang.
ieee international conference on digital ecosystems and technologies (2010)
Wireless Sensor Networks: A Survey
Vidyasagar Potdar;Atif Sharif;Elizabeth Chang.
advanced information networking and applications (2009)
Cloud service selection
Le Sun;Hai Dong;Farookh Khadeer Hussain;Omar Khadeer Hussain.
Journal of Network and Computer Applications (2014)
Digital Ecosystems: Principles and Semantics
H. Boley;E. Chang.
ieee ies digital ecosystems and technologies conference (2007)
SLA-Based Trust Model for Cloud Computing
Mohammed Alhamad;Tharam Dillon;Elizabeth Chang.
network-based information systems (2010)
DIGITAL ECOSYSTEMS A NEXT GENERATION OF THE COLLABORATIVE ENVIRONMENT
Elizabeth Chang;Martin West.
information integration and web-based applications & services (2006)
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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