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Formal Modelling and Analysis of Routing Protocol Security in Wireless Sensor Networks

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Executive Summary

Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) is composed of small, low cost, resource-constrained computing nodes equipped with low power wireless transceivers. Generally, they are embedded in their environment to perform some specific monitoring and/or control function. Unlike wired networks that have dedicated routers for network connectivity and message forwarding, every node in a WSN can act as a router in a multi-hop network. A WSN can offer a cheap, application specific solution in a variety of situations including military and disaster response scenarios, where other approaches are not viable.

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