Peter W. Sanders

According to our database1, Peter W. Sanders authored at least 18 papers between 1983 and 1999.

Collaborative distances:
  • Dijkstra number2 of five.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

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Bibliography

1999
Strategies for content migration on the World Wide Web.
Internet Research, 1999

Dissecting the "Hacker Manifesto".
Inf. Manag. Comput. Security, 1999

Traffic profiles and application signatures.
Computer Communications, 1999

1998
A security framework for online distance learning and training.
Internet Research, 1998

Methods of Responding to Healthcare Security Incidents.
Proceedings of the MEDINFO '98, 1998

1997
Fast heuristics for practical TDM network design.
Computer Communications, 1997

ODESSA - a new approach to healthcare risk analysis.
Proceedings of the Information Security in Research and Business, 1997

1996
Baseline Security Guidelines for Health Care Management.
Proceedings of the Data Security for Health Care - Volume I: Management Guidelines, 1996

The SEISMED Guidelines for Host Systems Security.
Proceedings of the Towards Security in Medical Telematics - Legal and Technical Aspects, 1996

New technique for the representation of access network performance.
Computer Communications, 1996

Applications of keystroke analysis for improved login security and continuous user authentication.
Proceedings of the Information Systems Security, 1996

Approaches to Security in Healthcare Multimedia Systems.
Proceedings of the Communications and Multimedia Security II, 1996

1993
The Quadratic Residue Cipher and Some Notes on Implementation.
Cryptologia, 1993

1990
A comprehensive security system - the concepts, agents and protocols.
Computers & Security, 1990

1988
Communication network optimization.
Computer Communications, 1988

1987
Practical approach to the optimization of large-scale switching networks.
Computer Communications, 1987

1985
Practical secure electronic mail system with public key distribution.
Computer Communications, 1985

1983
Secure communications between microcomputer systems.
Computer Communications, 1983


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