TESP2: Timed Efficient Source Privacy Preservation Scheme for Wireless Sensor Networks

Recent advances in micro electro mechanical systems and wireless communication have paved the way for the rapid deployment of wireless sensor networks, which have been well recognized as a ubiquitous and general approach for some emerging applications such as real-time traffic monitoring, ecosystem and battlefield surveillance. Typically, a wireless sensor network is composed of a large number of sensor nodes which are interconnected through wireless links to perform distributed sensing tasks. A sensor node is cheap and with low battery power and computation capacity, but is equipped with sensing, data processing, and communicating components.

Provided by: University of Waterloo Topic: Mobility Date Added: Dec 2011 Format: PDF

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