Game-Theoretic Secure Localization in Wireless Sensor Networks

Susmit Jha, Krishnendu Chatterjee, Sanjit A. Seshia, and Stavros Tripakis. Game-Theoretic Secure Localization in Wireless Sensor Networks. In Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on the Internet of Things (IoT), October 2014. To appear.

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Abstract

Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) composed of low-power, low-cost sensor nodes are expected to form the backbone of future intelligent networks for a broad range of civil, industrial and military applications. These sensor nodes are often deployed through random spreading, and function in dynamic environments. Many applications of WSNs such as pollution tracking, forest fire detection, and military surveillance require knowledge of the location of constituent nodes. But the use of technologies such as GPS on all nodes is prohibitive due to power and cost constraints. So, the sensor nodes need to autonomously determine their locations. Most localization techniques use anchor nodes with known locations to determine the position of remaining nodes. Localization techniques have two conflicting requirements. On one hand, an ideal localization technique should be computationally simple and on the other hand, it must be resistant to attacks that compromise anchor nodes. In this paper, we propose a computationally light-weight game-theoretic secure localization technique and demonstrate its effectiveness in comparison to existing techniques.

BibTeX

@InProceedings{jha-iot14,
  author = 	 {Susmit Jha and Krishnendu Chatterjee and Sanjit A. Seshia and Stavros Tripakis},
  title = 	 {Game-Theoretic Secure Localization in Wireless Sensor Networks},
  booktitle = 	 {Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on the Internet of Things (IoT)},
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  year = 	 {2014},
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  month = 	 {October},
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  note = 	 {To appear.},
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  abstract={Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) composed of 
low-power, low-cost sensor nodes are expected to form the 
backbone of future intelligent networks for a broad range of 
civil, industrial and military applications. These sensor nodes 
are often deployed through random spreading, and function 
in dynamic environments. Many applications of WSNs such as 
pollution tracking, forest fire detection, and military surveillance 
require knowledge of the location of constituent nodes. But the 
use of technologies such as GPS on all nodes is prohibitive 
due to power and cost constraints. So, the sensor nodes need 
to autonomously determine their locations. Most localization 
techniques use anchor nodes with known locations to determine 
the position of remaining nodes. Localization techniques have 
two conflicting requirements. On one hand, an ideal localization 
technique should be computationally simple and on the other 
hand, it must be resistant to attacks that compromise anchor 
nodes. In this paper, we propose a computationally light-weight 
game-theoretic secure localization technique and demonstrate its 
effectiveness in comparison to existing techniques.},
}

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