The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Computer network, Computer security, Distributed computing, The Internet and Wireless sensor network. Klaus Wehrle interconnects Web service and Key in the investigation of issues within Computer network. His Computer security research focuses on subjects like Service, which are linked to Single point of failure, Secure multi-party computation, Variety and Interface.
His Distributed computing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Link-state routing protocol, Static routing, Policy-based routing and Dynamic Source Routing. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cover, Spawn and Profiling in addition to The Internet. Klaus Wehrle interconnects IEEE 802.11, Wireless network, Key distribution in wireless sensor networks and Communications system in the investigation of issues within Wireless sensor network.
His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Distributed computing, Computer security, The Internet and Wireless. His Computer network research integrates issues from Wireless network and Key distribution in wireless sensor networks. His work deals with themes such as Link-state routing protocol, Wireless ad hoc network, Scalability and Hash table, which intersect with Distributed computing.
Klaus Wehrle has included themes like Cloud computing and Internet privacy in his Computer security study. In the field of Cloud computing, his study on Cloud computing security overlaps with subjects such as Outsourcing. His Wireless sensor network study incorporates themes from Sensor node, Real-time computing, Software deployment and Embedded system.
Klaus Wehrle mainly focuses on Computer network, The Internet, Computer security, Protocol and QUIC. As part of his studies on Computer network, Klaus Wehrle often connects relevant subjects like Transmission. His research integrates issues of Use case, Process, Data science and Network computing in his study of The Internet.
His Computer security research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Home automation and Factory. His Protocol research incorporates themes from Malware, Vulnerability, Variety, Privacy preserving and Knowledge-based systems. His Latency study which covers Wireless that intersects with Distributed computing.
His primary areas of investigation include The Internet, Computer security, Computer network, Process and Supply chain. His The Internet research includes themes of Cryptographic primitive, Data science and Access control. His Computer security study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as State and Digital goods.
His studies deal with areas such as Isolation and Downtime as well as Computer network. His Process study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Scalability, Process state, Use case and Manufacturing engineering. His work carried out in the field of Scalability brings together such families of science as Payment, Process management and Bloom filter.
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Peer-to-Peer Systems and Applications
Ralf Steinmetz;Klaus Wehrle.
A Performance Comparison of Recent Network Simulators
E. Weingartner;H. vom Lehn;K. Wehrle.
international conference on communications (2009)
Privacy in the Internet of Things: threats and challenges
Jan Henrik Ziegeldorf;Oscar Garcia Morchon;Klaus Wehrle.
Security and Communication Networks (2014)
Security Challenges in the IP-based Internet of Things
Tobias Heer;Oscar Garcia-Morchon;René Hummen;Sye Loong Keoh.
Wireless Personal Communications (2011)
Accurate prediction of power consumption in sensor networks
O. Landsiedel;K. Wehrle;S. Gotz.
ieee workshop on embedded networked sensors (2005)
Website Fingerprinting at Internet Scale
Andriy Panchenko;Fabian Lanze;Andreas Zinnen;Martin Henze.
network and distributed system security symposium (2016)
Modeling and Tools for Network Simulation
Klaus Wehrle;Mesut Gnes;James Gross.
Modeling and Tools for Network Simulation: (2010)
FootPath: Accurate map-based indoor navigation using smartphones
Jo Agila Bitsch Link;Paul Smith;Nicolai Viol;Klaus Wehrle.
international conference on indoor positioning and indoor navigation (2011)
Linux Network Architecture
Klaus Wehrle;Frank Pahlke;Hartmut Ritter;Daniel Muller.
A comprehensive approach to privacy in the cloud-based Internet of Things
Martin Henze;Lars Hermerschmidt;Daniel Kerpen;Roger Häußling.
Future Generation Computer Systems (2016)
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