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    Energy-Efficient Trust-based Active Data Routing in WSN Applications.

    Authors

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    S. Krishnakumari 1, P. Arunadevi 2

    Keywords

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    Wireless Sensor Network (WSN), black hole attack, Sybil attack, security, energy consumption, trust, multi-path routing.

    Issue Date

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    December 2017

    Abstract

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    Several sensor nodes are deployed in wireless sensor networks (WSNs) to transmit data packets. Due to the availability of resource constrained characteristics in WSN, the various attacks such as black hole, sink hole, Sybil, etc affect data collection. To overcome this limitation, Active Detection Data Routing (ADDR) protocol by integrating the active detection and data routing concept to provide secured data transmission. The data route security is improved by obtaining trust value with fast detection of attack node through the active creation of a number of detection routes. The energy is achieved efficiently by full utilization of energy in non-hotspots after distribution and generation of detection route in the proposed ADDR protocol. The comparison of proposed ADDR protocol and existing TARF protocol proves the efficiency of the proposed approach. The performance of the proposed approach is compared in terms of energy, throughput, network lifetime, packet delivery ratio, and security. The proposed ADDR protocol improves successful data route probability and optimizes network lifetime significantly.

    Page(s)

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    1-7

    ISSN

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    2347- 4734

    Source

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    Vol. 4, No.6, December 2017

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