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NSF: Modeling Wireless Networks: Excursions in the Theory of Random Graphs

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Funding Agency 

National Science Foundation

Description 

The research investigates three classes of random graph models, namely random connection graphs, random intersection graphs and a combination thereof known as Kryptographs. Both the models and research questions are driven by applications from the fields of wireless networking and sensor network security.

Modeling Wireless Networks: Excursions in the Theory of Random Graphs is a four-year, $226K award.