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  • Momani, Mohammad Mahmoud (2008)
    Security and trust are two interdependent concepts and are often used interchangeably when defining a secure wireless sensor network (WSN) system. However, security is different from trust in that, it assumes no node is ...
  • Li, Songsheng (2013)
    Small size and low-cost sensors are practicable because of evolution of the semiconductor field, which is led by increasing miniaturisation. They are still limited in processor capacity, memory size and energy resources; ...
  • Rashid, Umar (2013)
    Modern wireless systems rely to a great extent on the judicious distribution of available resources (e.g. power, bandwidth) to meet an ever increasing demand of better quality-of-service (QoS). Scarcity of these resources ...
  • Lubrin, Einstein; Lawrence, Elaine; Felix Navarro, Karla (IEEE, 2005)
    As the world's aged population grows many governments are looking to remote healthcare monitoring solutions. It is certainly cheaper to keep the elderly and infirm in their own homes rather than in aged-care facilities. ...
  • Hoang, Doan (IEEE Computer Society, 2007)
    Various wireless technologies have been used in health monitoring systems; however, it is not always clear why one technology is chosen over another and how it fits into the overall architecture of an application. This ...