Private and Secure Service Discovery via Progressive and Probabilistic Exposure

  title={Private and Secure Service Discovery via Progressive and Probabilistic Exposure},
  author={Feng W. Zhu and Wei Zhu and Matt W. Mutka and Lionel M. Ni},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems},
The involvement of only the necessary users and service providers for service discovery in pervasive computing environments is challenging. Without prudence, users' and service providers' requests or service information, their identities, and their presence information may be sacrificed. We identify that the problem may be as difficult as a chicken-and-egg problem, in which both users and service providers want the other parties to expose sensitive information first. In this paper, we propose a… CONTINUE READING
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