Shinji Sugiura: MICRO-AIRFLOW-NOZZLE FOR DIAMETER CONTROL OF ALGINATE POLY-L-LYSINE ALGINATE MICROCAPSULES

Abstract

Studies on body area sensor networks are drawing increasing attention for the medical treatment and personal healthcare. Due to stringent constraints of power, memory and computation capability, security mechanism in wireless body area sensor networks should be quite different from generic sensor networks. This paper proposes a specific symmetric cryptosystem for those networks wherein physiological signals derived from the human body are utilized to generate key and also assure the safety of key transmission. The results of experimental data analysis show that the binary sequences extracted from photoplethysmographic signal have acceptable randomness and thus can be used to generate key in the proposed cryptosystem.

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@inproceedings{Bader2005ShinjiSM, title={Shinji Sugiura: MICRO-AIRFLOW-NOZZLE FOR DIAMETER CONTROL OF ALGINATE POLY-L-LYSINE ALGINATE MICROCAPSULES}, author={Dan L. Bader and David Holder and Shankar M. Krishnan and Ratko Magjarevic and Alan J. S. Murray and Steven W. Smye and Jos Spaan and Petra Gelb and Hongen Liao}, year={2005} }