Peter Kersch

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When different wireless networks come in close proximity there is often a need for them to logically combine, or compose. We focus on a known research problem particularly in Ambient Networks (ANs), where heterogeneous Distributed Hash Tables (DHTs) contained in these wireless networks need to merge or divide as a result of these dynamic (de)composition(More)
— Existing research work on Distributed Hash Tables (DHTs) assume that, prior to actually establishing a DHT, large number potential member nodes would come together at one point and at one place, and would all agree on the characteristics of the DHT to-be-established. This paper presents DHT bootstrapping, which is a novel approach to enable secure,(More)
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