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Implanted biomedical devices have the potential to revolutionize medicine. <i>Smart sensors</i>, which are created by combining sensing materials with integrated circuitry, are being considered for several biomedical applications such as a glucose level monitor or a retina prosthesis. These devices require the capability to communicate with an external(More)
1 Motivation In this chapter, we will examine the relationship between power usage and the number of neighbors in a wireless sensor network. The study of wireless network topology must be approached from a different point of view than for wired networks. In a wired network, we examine how nodes are physically connected and the resulting available routing(More)
While a wireless sensor network is deployed to monitor certain events and pinpoint their locations, the location information is intended only for legitimate users. However, an eavesdropper can monitor the traffic and deduce the approximate location of monitored objects in certain situations. We first describe a successful attack against the flooding-based(More)
Implanted biological sensors are a special class of wireless sensor networks that are used in-vivo for various medical applications. One of the major challenges of continuous in-vivo sensing is the heat generated by the implanted sensors due to communication radiation and circuitry power consumption. This paper addresses the issues of routing in implanted(More)
Vehicular networks have attracted extensive attentions in recent years for their promises in improving safety and enabling other value-added services. Security and privacy are two integrated issues in the deployment of vehicular networks. Privacy-preserving authentication is a key technique in addressing these two issues. We propose a random key-set based(More)
An important open problem in interconnection network routing has been to characterize the conditions under which routing algorithms are deadlock-free. Although this problem has been resolved for restricted classes of routing algorithms, no general solution has been found. In this paper, we solve this problem by proving a necessary and sufficient condition(More)
Vehicular networks have attracted extensive attention in recent years for their promises in improving safety and enabling other value-added services. Most previous work focuses on designing the media access and physical layer protocols. Privacy issues in vehicular systems have not been well addressed. We argue that privacy is a user-specific concept, and a(More)