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Body Area Networks: Safety, Security, and Sustainability

Body Area Networks: Safety, Security, and Sustainability

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Professor Sandeep K. S. Gupta, Dr Tridib Mukherjee, Dr Krishna Kumar Venkatasubramanian
Cambridge University Press, 4/18/2013
EAN 9781107021020, ISBN10: 1107021022

Hardcover, 154 pages, 24.7 x 17.4 x 1.2 cm
Language: English

Body area networks (BANs) are networks of wireless sensors and medical devices embedded in clothing, worn on or implanted in the body, and have the potential to revolutionize healthcare by enabling pervasive healthcare. However, due to their critical applications affecting human health, challenges arise when designing them to ensure they are safe for the user, sustainable without requiring frequent battery replacements and secure from interference and malicious attacks. This book lays the foundations of how BANs can be redesigned from a cyber-physical systems perspective (CPS) to overcome these issues. Introducing cutting-edge theoretical and practical techniques and taking into account the unique environment-coupled characteristics of BANs, the book examines how we can re-imagine the design of safe, secure and sustainable BANs. It features real-world case studies, suggestions for further investigation and project ideas, making it invaluable for anyone involved in pervasive and mobile healthcare, telemedicine, medical apps and other cyber-physical systems.

1. Introduction
2. Body area networks
3. Safety
4. Security
5. Sustainability
6. Regulatory issues
7. Implementation of body area networks
8. Glossary
9. Exercises.