Secure Capacity of Multi-Hop Wireless Networks With Random Key Pre-Distribution
It is usual to quantify the performance of communication networks in terms of achievable throughout or delay. The past decade or so has also seen the gradual evolution of a theoretical structure for analysis of the scaling of wireless network performance. Gupta and Kumar established the necessary and sufficient conditions for connectivity in a randomly deployed network. Subsequently, in their seminal paper they defined a notion of transport capacity and established capacity results for arbitrary and random networks. Since then there have been a plethora of capacity results for wireless networks under different models and assumptions.