A Hybrid Artificial Immune System (AIS) Model for Power Aware Secure Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs) Routing Protocols

Securing ad hoc routing protocols for MANETs is a significant challenge due to number of reasons: mobility results in continuously changing network topology - the premise of stable self or non-self is void, the proposed security solution must be lightweight so that it can be deployed on resource constrained mobile nodes, and the solution should provide high detection accuracy and low false positive rate. The major contribution of this paper is a hybrid AIS model - combining the relevant features of classical self/non-self paradigm with the emerging danger theory paradigm - that has the capability to meet the above-mentioned challenges of the MANET environment.

Provided by: National University of Sciences and Technology Topic: Mobility Date Added: Dec 2010 Format: PDF

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