[ Internal reports ]

2017 (1)
  1. Pablo Moriano, Srivatsan Iyer, and L. Jean Camp. Characterization of internet routing anomalies through graph mining. Technical report, Technical Report, Indiana 4 University, School of Informatics, Computing …, 2017. [bibtex-entry]

2015 (1)
  1. L. Jean Camp, Tim Kelley, and Prashanth Rajivan. Measuring Computing and Security Expertise. Technical report, Technical Report, 2015. [bibtex-entry]

2014 (3)
  1. Shrirang Mare, Andr?s Molina-Markham, Cory Cornelius, Ronald Peterson, and David Kotz. ZEBRA: Zero-Effort Bilateral Recurring Authentication (Companion report). Technical report TR2014-748, Dartmouth Computer Science, May 2014.
    Note: This project has been renamed SAW.
    Keywords: techreport. [bibtex-entry]

  2. Cory Cornelius, Zachary Marois, Jacob Sorber, Ron Peterson, Shrirang Mare, and David Kotz. Vocal resonance as a biometric for pervasive wearable devices. Technical report TR2014-747, Dartmouth Computer Science, February 2014.
    Keywords: authentication, ists, project-tish, security, sensors, wearable. [bibtex-entry]

  3. L. Jean Camp, Ross Anderson, Zhi-Lang Zhang, Chris Hall, Chris Small, Tim Kelley, and others. Hardening Software Defined Networks. Technical report, INDIANA UNIV AT BLOOMINGTON, 2014. [bibtex-entry]

2011 (1)
  1. Shrirang Mare, Jacob Sorber, Minho Shin, Cory Cornelius, and David Kotz. Hide-n-Sense: Privacy-aware secure mHealth sensing. Technical report TR2011-702, Dartmouth Computer Science, September 2011.
    Keywords: ignore, ists, mhealth, privacy, project-tish, security, wearable, wifi. [bibtex-entry]

1997 (1)
  1. RC Armstrong, L. Jean Camp, DA Evensky, and AC Gentile. Lilith: A scalable secure tool for massively parallel distributed computing. Technical report, Sandia National Labs., Albuquerque, NM (United States), 1997. [bibtex-entry]

1996 (1)
  1. L. Jean Camp. Anonymous atomic transactions. Technical report, DTIC Document, 1996. [bibtex-entry]



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