Suresh, Arumugam (2020) A trust-based mechanism in multipath routing using Biogeography-Shun Optimization. International Journal of System. pp. 1-12.

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In mobile ad hoc network, a group of mobile nodes interconnect with each
other in an ad hoc manner without any centralized administration. Various
applications are based on integrating mobile ad hoc network and cloud
computing to enhance the processing and storing of mobile nodes. Cloud
service providers provide mobile ad hoc network users access to applications
and other mobile ad hoc network users. Implementing security mechanism for
ad hoc routing can be a daunting task owing it its unique network traits.
Blackhole attack found in the mobile ad hoc network takes place when
malicious nodes attract data packets using a fresh destination route and drop
the packets. In this work, a trust-based routing that has a probability of a new
packet forwarding is proposed to mitigate blackhole attacks. The ad hoc
on-demand multipath distance vector routing protocol is used in this work,
which is based on the trust model that measures the trust of nodes and
composes a decision, respectively. A novel optimization technique that has its
basis in the Biogeography-Shun Optimization algorithm is suggested for
enhancing the multipath routing. Simulations demonstrate that the proposed
method attains better performance by enhancing lifetime of network and
packet delivery ratio and reducing end-to-end delay.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: biogeography-based optimization, cloud computing, mobile ad hoc network, security, trust
Divisions: PSG College of Arts and Science > Department of Computer Science
Depositing User: Mr Team Mosys
Date Deposited: 15 Sep 2022 08:44
Last Modified: 15 Sep 2022 08:44

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