Tree formation with physical layer security considerations in wireless multi-hop networks
Physical layer security has emerged as a promising technique that complements existing cryptographic approaches and enables the securing of wireless transmissions against eavesdropping. In this paper, the impact of optimizing physical layer security metrics on the architecture and interactions of the nodes in multi-hop wireless networks is studied. In particular, a game-theoretic framework is proposed using which a number of nodes interact and choose their optimal and secure communication paths...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Research Publications|
|Source:||IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 11.11 (2012): 3980 - 3991|
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