Asymmetric Homomorphic Encryption Transformation for Securing Distributed Data Storage in Wireless Sensor Networks

@inproceedings{Erklrung2007AsymmetricHE,
  title={Asymmetric Homomorphic Encryption Transformation for Securing Distributed Data Storage in Wireless Sensor Networks},
  author={Ehrenw{\"o}rtliche Erkl{\"a}rung},
  year={2007}
}
  • Ehrenwörtliche Erklärung
  • Published 2007
In asynchronous wireless sensor networks it is not possible to transmit the monitored data to an authorized recipient in real-time. Thus, the data needs to be stored within the network in distributed fashion. However, due to the resource constraints of the sensor nodes the amount of data to be stored and transmitted must be minimized. One popular technique for this is in-network data aggregation. But because wireless sensor networks are employed in public environments, the data stored in the… CONTINUE READING

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