Jason Q. McClintic

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Communications networks are valuable in proportion to the trustworthy information they carry. Network security policies are designed to classify nodes as trustworthy or not with some probability of error when the true status of each node is unknown. By making an analogy with the binary symmetric channel model, properties of networks with optimal security(More)
Obtaining precise geolocation estimates for mobile devices requires knowledge of the local propagation velocity of light. Under common atmospheric conditions, incorrect propagation velocity estimates introduce systemic dilution of precision using time difference of arrival techniques. Modeling local propagation velocity as a function of common local(More)
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