Lightweight Trusted Routing for Wireless Sensor Networks

Abstract : Communication in ad hoc network, such as Wireless Sensor Net- works (WSN), needs the use of decentralised routing algorithms requiring that several sensors behave in an expected way. This introduces a vulnera- bility as the global issue of decentralized tasks depends on local behaviors and is compromised in case of failures or malicious intrusions. We propose here an adaptation of a routing protocol for WSN, the MWAC model, that introduces trust decisions to detect and avoid sensors that exhibit an incor- rect behavior. The proposed trusted routing algorithms takes into account the low energy, communication and memory capacity of sensors to provide a realistic improvement of the routing robustness.
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Laurent Vercouter, Jean-Paul Jamont. Lightweight Trusted Routing for Wireless Sensor Networks. 9th International Conference on Practical Applications of Agents and Multiagent Systems, PAAMS 2011, Apr 2011, France. pp.87-96. ⟨hal-00641692⟩

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