Fuzzy-based Adaptive Multipath for En-route Filtering in Dynamic Wireless Sensor Network

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Wireless sensor network is formed with limited energy resources, easily compromised by an adversary because of hostile environments. Adversary may use compromised nodes to inject false reports and launch DoS attacks, thus, sensor nodes are prone to failure and which makes the network topology configurations highly dynamic in real world applications. A variety of en-route filtering schemes have been proposed to drop and defeat these attacks by using their own cryptographic methods. Some of them ask for a fixed path between a base station and each cluster, so they are not feasible for dynamic network. Additionally, other proposals do not consider various environmental variables in a dynamic environment, so they only choose static paths. In contrast, we consider topology changes, communication costs, the maximum number of key dissemination hops, and the spread of nodes for providing optimum filtering capacity. This paper presents a fuzzy-based adaptive multipath selection method in dynamic environment of a wireless sensor network. Our proposed method can adjust the optimized number of multipaths during key dissemination. Experimental results show that relatively higher filtering capacity with lower energy consumption and suitable nodes for highly dynamic networks.




Kim*, K. A., & Cho, T. H. (2019). Fuzzy-based Adaptive Multipath for En-route Filtering in Dynamic Wireless Sensor Network. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE), 8(4), 12377–12385. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijrte.d4545.118419

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