Trusted Sensing Model for Mobile Ad HoC Network Using Differential Evolution Algorithm
Mobile Ad Hoc Network (MANET) has set of mobile nodes that are allowed to communicate with each other through wireless links. The nodes are deployed spontaneously without any infrastructure in a geographical area. Due to the lack of centralized administration and prior organization, MANETs are vulnerable to different attacks of malicious nodes. To overcome the problem of black hole attack in MANETs, a trust model using Differential Evolution (DE) algorithm has been proposed. It identifies the malicious node and inhibits them to become the member of data transmission path. The proposed work consists of two phases; one is to obtain the optimized path and the other deals with the penalty factor for malicious nodes. Moreover, the Differential Evolution is one of the most promising optimization to enhance security with increased network density. The proposed algorithm is compared with AOMDV, DSR, Genetic algorithm and ACO.
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