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Secure Caching Scheme by Using Blockchain for Information-Centric Network-Based Wireless Sensor Networks

Published on May 25, 2018in Journal of Signal Processing
· DOI :10.2299/jsp.22.97
Shintaro Mori1
Estimated H-index: 1
(Fukuoka University)
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