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Arosha Bandara's OpenLearn Profile
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My research interests include:
- Adaptive systems
- Analysis and refinement of policies for adaptive systems
- Software engineering for adaptive systems
- Adaptive security and privacy
Luke Hutton et al. (2018-10-22) Assessing the Privacy of mHealth Apps for Self-Tracking: Heuristic Evaluation Approach, In JMIR mHealth and uHealth 10(6)
Amel Bennaceur et al. (2018-06-13) Feature-driven Mediator Synthesis: Supporting Collaborative Security in the Internet of Things, In ACM Transactions on Cyber-Physical Systems 3(2)
Thein Than Tun et al. (2018-05-28) Requirements and Specifications for Adaptive Security: Concepts and Analysis, In 13th International Symposium on Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing Systems, ACM
Keith Spiller et al. (2018) Data Privacy: Users’ Thoughts on Quantified Self Personal Data, Palgrave Macmillan
Tamara Lopez et al. (2018) An Investigation of Security Conversations in Stack Overflow: Perceptions of Security and Community Involvement, In First International Workshop on Security Awareness from Design to Deployment (SEAD'18), ACM
Thiago Affonso de Melo Novaes Viana, Professor Andrea Zisman and Professor Arosha Bandara (2017-09-04) Identifying Conflicting Requirements in Systems of Systems, In IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE@NEXT), IEEE
Professor Blaine Price et al. (2017-06) Logging you, Logging me: A Replicable Study of Privacy and Sharing Behaviour in Groups of Visual Lifeloggers, In Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive Mobile Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies 2(1)
Mahmoud Barhamgi et al. (2017-04) Enabling End-Users to Protect Their Privacy, In ACM on Asia Conference on Computer and Communications Security (ASIACCS) 2017, ACM
Charith Naranwala Gonaduwage et al. (2017-01) Valorising the IoT Databox: creating value for everyone, In Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies 1(28), John Wiley & Sons, Ltd
Pierre A. Akiki, Professor Arosha Bandara and Yi-Jun Yu (2017) Visual Simple Transformations: Empowering End-Users to Wire Internet of Things Objects, In Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction 2(24)