A Lightweight Mutual Authentication with Wearable Device in Location-Based Mobile Edge Computing

  title={A Lightweight Mutual Authentication with Wearable Device in Location-Based Mobile Edge Computing},
  author={Chin-ling Chen and M. L. Chiang and Hui-Ching Hsieh and Ching-Cheng Liu and Yong-Yuan Deng},
  journal={Wireless Personal Communications},
In recent years, the proportion of elderly population in various countries has gradually increased. Increasing with age, it can entail illness. When these diseases are sudden, the elderly often die because there is no immediate treatment. Elderly care has become an important issue. According to this issue, we want to monitor the physiological data of the elderly, such as heartbeat, blood pressure, etc., through wearable devices. Once an abnormal condition is detected, the wearable device can be… Expand
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