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A Simplified Network Access Control Design and Implementation for M2M Communication Using SDN

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A Simplified Network Access Control Design and Implementation for M2M Communication Using SDN. / Hesham, Almulla ; Sardis, Fragkiskos; Wong, Wing Shun; Mahmoodi, Toktam; Tatipamula, Mallikarjun.

IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference : M2M Communications and the Internet of Things Workshop. 2017.

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Hesham, A, Sardis, F, Wong, WS, Mahmoodi, T & Tatipamula, M 2017, A Simplified Network Access Control Design and Implementation for M2M Communication Using SDN. in IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference : M2M Communications and the Internet of Things Workshop. https://doi.org/10.1109/WCNCW.2017.7919082

APA

Hesham, A., Sardis, F., Wong, W. S., Mahmoodi, T., & Tatipamula, M. (2017). A Simplified Network Access Control Design and Implementation for M2M Communication Using SDN. In IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference : M2M Communications and the Internet of Things Workshop https://doi.org/10.1109/WCNCW.2017.7919082

Vancouver

Hesham A, Sardis F, Wong WS, Mahmoodi T, Tatipamula M. A Simplified Network Access Control Design and Implementation for M2M Communication Using SDN. In IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference : M2M Communications and the Internet of Things Workshop. 2017 https://doi.org/10.1109/WCNCW.2017.7919082

Author

Hesham, Almulla ; Sardis, Fragkiskos ; Wong, Wing Shun ; Mahmoodi, Toktam ; Tatipamula, Mallikarjun. / A Simplified Network Access Control Design and Implementation for M2M Communication Using SDN. IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference : M2M Communications and the Internet of Things Workshop. 2017.

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