SIA: secure information aggregation in sensor networks

@inproceedings{Przydatek2003SIASI,
  title={SIA: secure information aggregation in sensor networks},
  author={Bartosz Przydatek and Dawn Xiaodong Song and Adrian Perrig},
  booktitle={SenSys},
  year={2003}
}
Sensor networks promise viable solutions to many monitoring problems. However, the practical deployment of sensor networks faces many challenges imposed by real-world demands. Sensor nodes often have limited computation and communication resources and battery power. Moreover, in many applications sensors are deployed in open environments, and hence are vulnerable to physical attacks, potentially compromising the sensor's cryptographic keys.One of the basic and indispensable functionalities of… CONTINUE READING
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