Graduate and seminar papers
Below you can find my graduation thesis some seminars that I wrote during my studies. All documents published here may only be used in accordance with the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported licence. This means that you can use and edit all work published here, but not for commercial purposes. Also, for your work you must use the stated or similar license.
Graduation thesis: “Tracking users in 802.11 wireless networks”
This paper deals with the issue of tracking users in 802.11 wireless networks, in a passive way. According to the 802.11 wireless protocol, each device has the ability to search for wireless networks through a special management frame called “probe request”. Since wireless devices relatively often send probe requests, we have the possibility of tracking users trough those frames. Specifically, each 802.11 frame will have the MAC address that uniquely identifies each device, and with the systematic collection and processing of those frames we can create a variety of reports on the presence of the wireless devices in locations where wireless traffic is being captured.
Introduction to Internet Information Services 7.0
Address Resolution Protocol
Innovation pessimism, article comment
Seminar work in “Economics and Management”. We had to give our comment on an article from the media.
Creating a Web Site about Windows systems
Seminar. This was a task in which we have simulated a project. I’ve decided to create a website. The whole thing is very “simple”, so if you think to use this for something – good luck!
Mobile Information System of Higher Education Institutions
The seminar deals with the topic of interaction design. Below is an example of bad design in ISVU system, and compared with an imaginary mobile application through which students and teachers can perform the most common actions in a simple way. This is compared to ISVU desktop apps in which those actions are performed in a complicated way.
Description of the National Information System for Applications to Higher Education Institutions (2011), and an example of data exchange between the two information systems (NISPVU and ISVU).
Laws on Electronic Money and Payment Systems
Definition of payment system, description of Croatian payment system law, descriptions of Croatian Law on Electronic Money, definition of electronic money, and description of the technology related to electronic money, the advantages and disadvantages of electronic money.
Seminar in “Business Ethics and Law”.