Security and Communication Networks
Pervasive computing is an exciting and blooming research field, in which innovative techniques and applications are continuously emerging and aim to provide ambient and personalized services to users with high quality. Ad hoc networks are wireless, self-organizing systems formed by cooperating nodes within communication range of each other that form temporary networks. Their topology is dynamic, decentralized, ever changing and the nodes may move around arbitrarily. The last few years have witnessed a wealth of research ideas on ad hoc networking that are moving rapidly into implemented standards. Technology under development for ad hoc networks and pervasive computing is making important steps toward this end goal possible.
Original Publication Citation
Wu, I. Z., Li, X. Y., Song, M., & Liu, C. M. (2010). Security in ad hoc networks and pervasive computing. Security and Communication Networks, 3(5), 359-361. doi:10.1002/sec.202
Wu, Isaac Z.; Li, X.-Y.; Song, M.; and Liu, C.-M., "Security in Ad Hoc Networks and Pervasive Computing" (2010). Electrical & Computer Engineering Faculty Publications. 152.
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