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A Canonical Seed Assignment Model For Key Predistribution In Wireless Sensor Networks, Patrick Tague, Radha Poovendran Sep 2007

A Canonical Seed Assignment Model For Key Predistribution In Wireless Sensor Networks, Patrick Tague, Radha Poovendran

Patrick Tague

A promising solution for trust establishment in wireless sensor networks is the assignment of cryptographic seeds (keys, secrets, etc.) to sensor nodes prior to network deployment, known as key predistribution. In this article, we propose a canonical seed assignment model for key predistribution characterizing seed assignment in terms of the probability distribution describing the number of nodes receiving each seed and the algorithm for seed assignment. In addition, we present a sampling framework for seed assignment algorithms in the canonical model. We propose a probabilistic k-connectivity model for randomly deployed secure networks using spatial statistics and geometric random graph theory ...


The Ibm Rational Unified Process For System Z, Or Making Development On System Z More Agile, Cécile Péraire, Mike Mike Edwards, Angelo Fernandes, Enrico Mancin, Kathy Carroll May 2007

The Ibm Rational Unified Process For System Z, Or Making Development On System Z More Agile, Cécile Péraire, Mike Mike Edwards, Angelo Fernandes, Enrico Mancin, Kathy Carroll

Cécile Péraire

No abstract provided.


The Ibm Rational Unified Process For System Z, Cécile Péraire, Mike Edwards, Angelo Fernandes, Enrico Mancin, Kathy Carroll Dec 2006

The Ibm Rational Unified Process For System Z, Cécile Péraire, Mike Edwards, Angelo Fernandes, Enrico Mancin, Kathy Carroll

Cécile Péraire

No abstract provided.