Robust Membership Management for Ad-hoc Groups

@inproceedings{Mki2000RobustMM,
  title={Robust Membership Management for Ad-hoc Groups},
  author={Silja M{\"a}ki and Tuomas Aura and Maarit Hietalahti},
  year={2000}
}
In ad-hoc networks, the network nodes or users often form peer groups. The members of a group may share an application, a physical location, or administrative tasks. Defining who is a member of the group is also the first step towards establishing a shared secret key for secure communications. Group membership management involves adding and removing nodes in the group, as well as a method for authenticating the group members. In this paper, we present a fully distributed, certificate-based… CONTINUE READING

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