The secrecy graph and some of its properties

  title={The secrecy graph and some of its properties},
  author={Martin Haenggi},
  journal={2008 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory},
A new random geometric graph model, the so-called secrecy graph, is introduced and studied. The graph represents a wireless network and includes only edges over which secure communication in the presence of eavesdroppers is possible. The underlying point process models considered are lattices and Poisson point processes. In the lattice case, analogies to standard bond and site percolation can be exploited to determine percolation thresholds. In the Poisson case, the node degrees are determined… CONTINUE READING
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