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2006 Fortieth Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers
A wireless sensor network designed for distributed detection undergoes a Byzantine attack in which a fraction of sensors cooperatively transmit fictitious signals to impair the detection capability of the fusion center. The optimal attacking distributions are derived and the fundamental tradeoff between detection power (best asymptotic exponent of the miss detection error probability) and the attacking power (fraction of compromised sensors) is characterized. Also considered is a hierarchicaldoi:10.1109/acssc.2006.356632 fatcat:vrpvrnyoqjhqrbkop22qud7fiq