Meng Wu's research while affiliated with Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications and other places

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In the blockchain network, to get rewards in the blockchain, blockchain participants pay for various forms of competition such as computing power, stakes, and other resources. Because of the need to pay a certain cost, individual participants cooperate to maintain the long-term stability of the blockchain jointly. In the course of such competition,...
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With the rapid development of the mobile internet and intelligent technology of in-vehicle equipment, the Internet of Vehicles (IoV), centered on intelligent connected cars, has gradually entered people’s lives. However, these technologies also bring serious privacy risks and security issues in terms of data transmission and storage. In this articl...
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The outbreak of the respiratory disease caused by the new coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused the world to face an existential health crisis. To contain the infectious disease, many countries have quarantined their citizens for several weeks to months and even suspended most economic activities. To track the movements of residents, the governments of...

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... Different from traditional game theory, evolutionary game theory does not require individuals to be completely rational, nor does it require the condition of complete information. Evolutionary game theory focuses on how individuals with bounded rationality can continuously optimize their payoffs by adaptive learning in the process of a repeated game [30]. Evolutionary game theory corresponds the payoffs in traditional game theory to the fitness in the theory of evolution, that is, the strategies with a high fitness are more likely to be retained, while the strategies with a low fitness will be eliminated. ...
... In addition, the Internet of vehicles can also realize vehicle to everything (V2X), where x can be an entity or nonentity [8,9]. However, with the rapid development of the Internet of vehicles, the data of the Internet of vehicles has also experienced a blowout growth in recent years [10][11][12][13][14]. Intel's Research Report on the amount of data used by Internet of vehicles users a few years ago pointed out that, in 2020, the amount of data used by a car that realizes automatic driving will be 4000 GB [15]. ...
... These issues are highlighted in the studies of [87,88], who argue that IoT applications are still fraught with unauthorised access and privacy issues, particularly when healthcare data are shared via apps. As a result, to reduce the likelihood of cyberattacks and security risks in healthcare, Zhang and Wu [89] present a blockchain-enabled system to guarantee the secure management of home quarantine and strengthen IoT systems' security, privacy, and efficiency. Likewise, Hasan et al. [90] propose a solution based on blockchain to lower the response time of the healthcare facilities, overcome the spread of false information by taking advantage of blockchain's immutability, and stop the transmission of the virus through digital medical passports. ...