TRUST MANAGEMENT FOR DELAY TOLERANT NETWORKJournal: International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology (IJCIET) (Vol.8, No. 2)
Publication Date: 2017-02-10
Authors : C. Rukkumani; Krishna Mohanta;
Page : 8-12
Keywords : Almatti; Netflows; CWC gauge data; working tables; Catchment;
Delay Tolerant Networks (DTNs) have high end disconnection, and unreliable wireless connections. It does not mean a delay service instead DTNs provides a service where network imposes disruption or delay. It operates in networks with extremely limited resources such as memory size, CPU processing power etc. This paper presents an efficient trust managing mechanism for providing secure environment. The proposed dynamic trust management protocol uses a dynamic overcomes the problems with time changing dynamic characteristics by dynamically updating the criteria in response to changing network conditions. This reduces overheads and increases the efficient use of routing network even in con update reduces the false detection probability of the malicious nodes. To show the effectiveness of the proposed system, a detailed simulation in the presence of selfish and malicious nodes is performed with ONE simulator. Finally a comparative analysis of our proposed routing with previous routing protocols is also performed. The results demonstrate that presented algorithm deals effectively with selfish behavior with providing significant gain on effective delive in trade off with message overhead and delay.
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