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Internet of Things (IoT)

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the latest Internet evolution that incorporates a diverse range of things such as sensors, actuators, and services deployed by different organizations and individuals to support a variety of applications. The information captured by IoT present an unprecedented opportunity to solve large-scale problems in those... (more)

Secure Data-Centric Access Control for Smart Grid Services Based on Publish/Subscribe Systems

The communication systems in existing smart grids mainly take the request/reply interaction model, in which data access is under the direct control of... (more)

Advanced Security Testbed Framework for Wearable IoT Devices

Analyzing the security of Wearable Internet-of-Things (WIoT) devices is considered a complex task due to their heterogeneous nature. In addition,... (more)

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The ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (TOIT) brings together many computing disciplines including computer software engineering, computer programming languages, middleware, database management, security, knowledge discovery and data mining, networking and distributed systems, communications, performance and scalability etc. TOIT will cover the results and roles of the individual disciplines and the relationshipsamong them.

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Cyber-Physical Social Networks

In the offline world, establishing new contacts is determined by people's context. Location-based social networks consider only the physical location of users. Here, we introduce cyber-physical social networks (CPSN), that also consider websites as virtual locations where users can meet and interact. We address the fundamental issues of creating virtual locations and the linking of virtual and physical locations enabling users to socialize across online and offline worlds. We present OneSpace, our CPSN prototype, that allows mobile users and web users to interact based on shared locations. We evaluate our approach and present the results of a user study.

Password Authenticated Group Key Exchange: A Cross-Layer Design

This paper presents a password authenticated group key exchange protocol without the password sharing assumption. To obtain the passwords, wireless devices are used to extract short secrets at the physical layer. Then, users in our protocol can establish a group key at higher layers with light computation consumptions. Thus, our protocol is a cross-layer design. Additionally, our protocol is a compiler, i.e., it can transform any provably secure two-party password authenticated key exchange protocol into a password authenticated group key exchange protocol with only one more round of communications. Besides, the proposed protocol is proved secure in the standard model.

Brains or Beauty: How to Engender Trust in User-Agent Interactions

Software-based agents are becoming increasingly ubiquitous and automated. However, current technology and algorithms are still fallible, which considerably affects users' trust and interaction with such agents. In this paper, we investigate two factors which can engender user trust in agents: reliability and attractiveness of agents. We show that it is not enough for agents to be simply reliable, they need to be attractive as well in order to encourage user interaction. Subjective user ratings of agent trust and perceived accuracy suggest that attractiveness may be even more important than reliability.

Dual Structure Constrained Multimodal Feature Coding for Social Event Detection from Flickr Data

In this work, a three-stage social event detection (SED) model is designed to discover events in Flickr data. As the feature modalities are heterogeneous, a multimodal fusion (MF) model is devised to learn fused features in the first stage. Furthermore, considering underlying structures of dictionary and data, a dual structure constrained multimodal feature coding (DSMFC) model is proposed to learn discriminative codes by incorporating corresponding regularization terms into an optimization problem. Finally, hybrid clustering algorithms are applied on the codes seamlessly to discover event clusters. Extensive experiments conducted on real-world dataset demonstrate the proposed methods compare favorably with competing baselines.

A Universal Model for Discourse-Level Argumentation Analysis

The argumentative structure of texts is increasingly exploited for analysis tasks. Most approaches, however, model only local structure of single arguments. This article investigates how to capture the global structure of the discourse-level argumentation of a text. We propose to model global structure as a flow of task-related rhetorical moves and to then compare the flow to common flow patterns. Thereby, we map texts into the feature space of global structures. In sentiment analysis and essay scoring experiments, our model proves effective and more domain-robust than strong baselines. We discuss the universality of the model for discourse-level argumentation analysis.

Privacy Enhanced Television Audience Measurements

Internet-enabled television systems (SmartTVs) are a development that introduces these devices into the interconnected environment of the Internet of Things. We propose a privacy-preserving application for computing Television Audience Measurement (TAM) ratings. SmartTVs communicate over the Internet to calculate aggregate measurements. Contemporary cryptographic building blocks are utilized to ensure the privacy of the participating individuals and the validity of the computed TAM ratings. Additionally, user compensation capabilities are introduced to bring some of the company profits back to the data owners. A prototype implementation is developed on an Android-based SmartTV platform and experimental results illustrate the feasibility of the approach.

Debating Technology for Dialogical Argument: Sensemaking, Engagement and Analytics

Debate Technologies offer a powerful way of interacting with complex information spaces. This potential can, however, only be realised once several technical and engineering challenges are overcome: connections between representations of argument and dialogical processes that exploit them; easily-adopted dialogue system definitions; open middleware for different interfaces to the same data; and ways of interacting with, visualising and quantifying large, debate-generated datasets. Our aim in this paper is to show that Argument Web infrastructure offers a solution to these challenges through providing: middleware for interacting with argument; a platform for mixed-initiative dialogue; and the ability to extract meaningful debate analytics.

Authentication Protocol for IoT-Enabled LTE Network

The Evolved Packet System-based Authentication and Key Agreement (EPS-AKA) protocol of the LTE network does not support IoT objects and has various security imitations including: transmission of the object's (user/device) identity and key set identifier in plaintext over the network, synchronization issue, large overhead, limited identity privacy, and security attacks vulnerabilities. In this paper, we propose a new secure and efficient AKA protocol for the LTE network that supports secure and efficient communications among various IoT devices as well as among the users. Analysis shows that our protocol is secure, efficient, privacy-preserved, and reduces bandwidth consumption during authentication.

Measurement Theory Based Trust Management Framework for Online Social Communities

We propose a trust management framework based on measurement theory to infer indirect trust in online social communities using trusts transitivity property. Inspired by the similarities between human trust and measurement, we propose a new trust metric, composed of impression and confidence, which captures both trust level and its certainty. Furthermore, based on error propagation theory, we propose a method to compute indirect confidence according to different trust transitivity and aggregation operators. We perform experiments on two real data sets, Epinions.com and Twitter, to validate our framework. Also, we show that inferring indirect trust can connect more pairs of users.

Formation and Reciprocation of Dyadic Trust

This paper reports a detailed empirical study of interpersonal trust in a multi-relational online social network. There are two main aspects of interpersonal trust addressed: formation and reciprocation. Computational models developed, using the multi-relational network, for these processes provide interesting insights about online social interactions. Our findings, for trust formation, indicate a strong role of lower familiarity interactions before trust is formed (high familiarity relationship). Similarly, trust reciprocation is not automatic, but strongly depends on enough lower familiarity interactions. This is the first quantification of scaffolding role played by lower familiarity threshold interactions, in formation of high familiarity relationships.

Detecting Influencers In Multiple Online Genres

Detecting influence can be useful for successful advertisement strategies, detecting terrorist leaders and political campaigning. We explore influence in discussion forums, weblogs, and micro-blogs through the development of learned language analysis components to recognize known indicators of influence. Our components are author traits, agreement, claims, argumentation, persuasion, credibility, and certain dialog patterns. Each of these components is motivated by social science through Robert Cialdinis Weapons of Influence [2007]. We classify influencers across five online genres and analyze which features are most indicative of influencers in each genre.

Other-Condemning Moral Emotions: Anger, Contempt and Disgust

This paper studies and analyses three moral emotions: anger, contempt and disgust. A semi-formal specification of their elicitation conditions and prototypical coping strategies. We utilize existing psychological theories and incorporate them into a unified framework. It is argued that key features of the presented framework allow for modeling qualitative, quantitative and dynamic aspects of these emotions. We show that successful conceptualization is not only possible, but can shed light on the rationality behind moral emotions, and their importance to building socially aware agents. Our analysis is illustrated by means of an example from the domain of social media.

Anonymous or not? Understanding the Factors Affecting Personal Mobile Data Disclosure

The wide adoption of mobile devices and social media platforms have dramatically increased the collection and sharing of personal information. In this study, we investigate the factors affecting users choices toward the disclosure of their personal data, including not only their demographic and self-reported individual characteristics, but also their social interactions and their mobility patterns inferred from months of mobile phone data activity. Our analysis shows that social interactions inferred by mobile phones are important factors revealing willingness to share. In addition, we provide further insights on the individual traits relevant to predict sharing behavior.

Show Me You Care: Trait Empathy, Linguistic Style and Mimicry on Facebook

Linguistic mimicry, the adoption of another's language patterns, is studied extensively face-to-face. While psychologists consider it subconscious behavior, in some professions, it is consciously used for empathic communication. This involves mutual mimicry; interlocutors of effective communicators mimic them back. We ask whether individuals with empathic dispositions have unique communication styles and/or elicit mimicry. Participants completed Davis' Interpersonal Reactivity Index and provided access to Facebook activity. We identify four empathy profiles and find correlations to writing style. When a feature is used, this often ``triggers" use by friends. However, the presence of particular features, rather than participant disposition, best predicts mimicry.

Stance and Sentiment in Tweets

We present a new dataset of tweets annotated for whether the tweeter is in favor of or against pre-chosen targets. We also annotate the tweets for sentiment and conduct several experiments to tease out the interactions between stance and sentiment. Notably, we develop a common text classification framework for automatically detecting stance and sentiment, and show that while sentiment features are useful for stance classification, they alone are not sufficient. Finally, we use distant supervision to create additional labeled data to further improve stance classification. The data along with an interactive visualization to explore it will be made freely available.

Processing affect in social media. A comparison of methods to distinguish emotions in tweets

Emotion analysis in social media is challenging. While most studies focus on positive and negative sentiments, the differentiation between the kinds of emotion is more difficult. We investigate the problem as a collection of binary classification problems on the basis of four opposing emotion pairs provided by Plutchik. We pre-processed the messages content by three alternative methods: by structural and lexical features, by latent factors and by natural language processing. The final prediction occurs by classifiers from the state of the art in Machine Learning. Results are convincing in the possibility to distinguish the emotions pairs in social media.

Implementing and evaluating a laughing virtual character

Laughter is a social signal capable of facilitating interaction in groups of people: it can communicate interest, help to improve creativity, and facilitate sociability. This paper focuses on: (i) endowing virtual characters with computational models of analysis and synthesis of laughter, based on an expressivity-copying paradigm; (ii) evaluating the changes of user's mood and funniness perception, with/without the physical presence of a character. Music is adopted to stimulate laughter instead of, for example, audiovisual content, since music does not interfere with the visual contact between user and character. Further, music is a powerful non-verbal language for communicating emotions, including laughter.

An Argumentation Approach for Resolving Privacy Disputes in Online Social Networks

In online social networks, users' privacy constraints are distributed and would depend on information that only becomes available over interactions with others. When a content is being shared, others that might be affected by the content should discuss and agree on it so that none of their privacy constraints are violated. We model users as privacy-aware agents that argue with each other by using their ontology and consulting others. Using Assumption-based Argumentation, agents decide whether a content should be shared or not. We evaluate the applicability of our approach on real-life privacy scenarios in comparison with user surveys.

Eliciting Structured Knowledge from Situated Crowd Markets

In this paper we present a crowdsourcing methodology to elicit structured knowledge for arbitrary questions. The method elicits potential answers (options), criteria against which those options should be evaluated, and a ranking of the top options. Our study shows that situated crowdsourcing markets can reliably elicit and moderate this data to generate a ranking of options based on different criteria that correlate well with established online platforms. Our evaluation also shows that local crowds can generate knowledge that is missing from online platforms for local questions. Finally, we discuss the benefits and challenges of eliciting structured knowledge from local crowds.

Using Centrality Measures to Predict Helpfulness-based Reputation in Trust Networks

In Online Social Networks, user reputation scores are computed according to two orthogonal perspectives: helpfulness-based reputation (HBR) and centrality-based reputation (CBR). In HBR approaches, the most reputable users post the most helpful reviews; in CBR approaches, the most reputable users occupy the most central positions in the network encoding trust links. We used datasets extracted from CIAO, Epinions and Wikipedia and five centrality measures to calculate CBR scores. We showed that CBR scores can predict HBR ones: because user reviews are sparse, we could leverage trust relationships to spot those users producing the most helpful reviews for the whole community.

Characterization of Wireless Multi-Device Users

Wireless-enabled devices owned by a user has seen a huge growth in number over the last few years with one third of adults in the United States currently having three wireless devices - smartphone, laptop and tablet. This paper provides a study of the network usage behavior of today's multi-device users, using a data collected from a large university campus of over 30,000 users. The study reveals several interesting findings about multi-device users like, how current DHCP configurations are oblivious to multiple devices which result in inefficient utilization of available IP address space.

Progressive random indexing: dimensionality reduction preserving local network dependencies

We propose a novel method of social network analysis based on vector space dimensionality reduction which preserves enough local information to provide high prediction accuracy while significantly compressing the processed dataset. The introduced method is established on the concept of exploring knowledge about interactions between modeled objects. The method generalizes Reflective Random Indexing, and can be successfully applied to a wide variety of problems, ranging from link prediction in social networks to traditional recommender systems. The compiled experimental results indicate that the accuracy of the proposed method may be significantly higher than the accuracy of the other widely referenced methods.

Affect and Interaction in Agent-based Systems and Social Media: Guest Editors Introduction

Using Argumentation to improve classification in Natural Language problems

Argumentation has proven successful in a number of domains, including Multi-Agent Systems and Decision support in medicine and engineering. We propose its application to a domain yet largely unexplored by Argumentation research: Computational Linguistics. We have developed a novel classification methodology that incorporates reasoning through Argumentation with supervised learning. We train classifiers and then argue about the validity of their output. To do so we identify arguments that formalise prototypical knowledge of a problem and use them to correct misclassifications. We illustrate our methodology on two tasks. [...] For both tasks we improve classification performance when using our methodology [...]

Can we predict a riot? Disruptive Event Detection using Twitter.

Recently, there has been increased interest in real-world event detection. Automatically detecting events, particularly small-scale incidents, using streamed data is a non-trivial task. To address this challenge we present an end-to-end integrated event detection framework which comprises five main components: data collection, pre-processing, classification, online clustering and summarization. The integration between classification and clustering enables events to be detected, as well as related smaller scale ``disruptive events". We evaluate our framework on a large-scale, real-world dataset from Twitter. Furthermore, we apply our event detection system to a large corpus of tweets posted during the August 2011 riots in England.

Improving the Efficiency of An Online Marketplace by Incorporating Forgiveness Mechanism

In online marketplace communities, reputation is one of the key notion in generating and manipulating social knowledge in order to enhance the level of trust among community members. In fact, the success of online business transactions only refers to the cooperation between reputable business partners. While untrustworthy agents are enforced to leave the online marketplaces even they are capable of cooperating. Therefore, in this study, we propose an exploration strategy based on forgiveness mechanism for untrustworthy agents to recover their reputation. Furthermore, a number of experiments based on NetLogo simulation are performed to validate the applicability of the proposed mechanism.

Towards Formal Modeling of Affective Agents in a BDI Architecture

Considering that affect-related characteristics are crucial factors that influence human behavior, our aim is to facilitate the development of agents that simulate humans and their affective characteristics. We first identify core processes in an affective BDI agent, and second we integrate those core processes into an agent architecture and definition. These tasks include the definition of an affective BDI agent architecture (GenIA³), and the extension of the BDI agent reasoning cycle to be compliant with the architecture. We also propose an extension of the AgentSpeak operational semantics and the extension of the Jason agent language to support affect-based reasoning.

Intelligent Intrusion Detection in Low Power IoTs

Conventional security techniques are not ideal solutions for security and privacy of data in resource constrained IoT systems. Typical battery operated IoT devices cannot afford using cryptographic algorithms due to their high power consumption. We have proposed an intrusion detection and prevention mechanism by implementing an intelligent security architecture using Random Neural Networks. The application's source code is also instrumented to detect illegal memory accesses, using a novel tag checking technique. The proposed solution is implemented in a smart building system, which successfully detects the presence of any suspicious node and anomalous activity with 97.23% accuracy and minimal performance overhead.

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First Name Last Name Award
Dan Boneh ACM Prize in Computing (2014)
Athman Bouguettaya ACM Distinguished Member (2012)
ACM Senior Member (2007)
Ian Brown ACM Distinguished Member (2012)
ACM Senior Member (2007)
Carlos A. Castillo ACM Senior Member (2014)
Lorrie Faith Cranor ACM Senior Member (2006)
Marios D Dikaiakos ACM Senior Member (2008)
Dov Dori ACM Senior Member (2006)
Schahram Dustdar ACM Distinguished Member (2009)
Roy T. Fielding ACM Software System Award (1999)
Wendy Hall Outstanding Contribution to ACM Award (2014)
John Heidemann ACM Senior Member (2007)
Harry S Hochheiser ACM Senior Member (2015)
Somesh Jha ACM Distinguished Member (2014)
Angelos Dennis Keromytis ACM Distinguished Member (2012)
ACM Senior Member (2007)
Yunhao Liu ACM Presidential Award (2013)
Filippo Menczer ACM Distinguished Member (2013)
David Patterson ACM-IEEE CS Eckert-Mauchly Award (2008)
ACM Distinguished Service Award (2007)
ACM Karl V. Karlstrom Outstanding Educator Award (1991)
Louiqa Raschid ACM Distinguished Member (2008)
Prashant J Shenoy ACM Distinguished Member (2009)
ACM Senior Member (2006)
Andrew S. Tanenbaum ACM Karl V. Karlstrom Outstanding Educator Award (1994)
Gene Tsudik ACM Senior Member (2013)
Jie Wu ACM Senior Member (2006)
Shuicheng Yan ACM Distinguished Member (2016)
Zhi-Hua Zhou ACM Distinguished Member (2013)
ACM Senior Member (2011)
Hai Zhuge ACM Distinguished Member (2010)
ACM Senior Member (2009)
Hai Zhuge ACM Distinguished Member (2010)
ACM Senior Member (2009)

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Nicholas Jennings 5
Wilfred Ng 4
Scott Jordan 4
Djamal Benslimane 3
Ramayya Krishnan 3
Stefano Ceri 3
Amin Vahdat 3
Junghoo Cho 3
Andrea Pugliese 3
Kenneth Leung 3
Hector Garcia-Molina 3
Diklun Lee 3
Qing Li 2
Surya Nepal 2
Florian Daniel 2
Han La Poutré 2
Weiguo Fan 2
Carey Williamson 2
Prashant Shenoy 2
Marco Brambilla 2
Athman Bouguettaya 2
Jing He 2
Taklam Wong 2
Mahmoud Barhamgi 2
Pierre Genevès 2
Ioana Manolescu 2
Brahim Medjahed 2
Jennifer Golbeck 2
Sarabjot Anand 2
Nicolas Kourtellis 2
Yanchun Zhang 2
Angelos Keromytis 2
Andreas Paepcke 2
Ravi Kumar 2
Franco Scarselli 2
Magdalini Eirinaki 2
Quan Sheng 2
Zaki Malik 2
Quan Sheng 2
Meng Wang 2
Jeannie Albrecht 2
Gene Tsudik 2
Florian Rosenberg 2
Filippo Menczer 2
Antonio Picariello 2
Amar Gupta 2
Bamshad Mobasher 2
Adriana Iamnitchi 2
Salima Benbernou 2
Di Jiang 2
Sriram Raghavan 2
Andrew Tomkins 2
Minghua He 2
Vasilis Vassalos 2
Arun Iyengar 2
Satwik Seshasai 2
Ling Liu 2
Philipp Leitner 2
Jeremy Blackburn 2
Honglinh Truong 2
Jussara Almeida 2
Rynson Lau 2
Fabio Casati 2
Vincenzo Moscato 2
Michalis Vazirgiannis 2
Wai Lam 2
Zakaria Maamar 2
Xuhua Ding 2
Sridhar Rajagopalan 2
Hai Jin 2
Neil Hurley 2
Federico Facca 2
Lorrie Cranor 2
Aviel Rubin 2
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Giansalvatore Mecca 1
Paolo Atzeni 1
Bongki Moon 1
Sukho Lee 1
Marino Segnan 1
Aoying Zhou 1
Gregorio Pérez 1
Rino Falcone 1
Peng Zhang 1
Peter Thiemann 1
Guojun Wang 1
Abdallah Makhoul 1
Tomaž Klobučar 1
Dario Cerizza 1
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