A Comparative Study of Selfish Node Detection Methods in Manet

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Topic: Mobility
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Mobile Ad-hoc NETworks (MANETs) are infrastructure less and intercommunicate using single-hop and multi-hop paths. Nodes in MANET can act as hosts and routers. Nodes involve themselves in a process of packet forwarding and so the packets are relayed in a cooperative way to the destination point. Topology change is occurring frequently. Due to mobility of nodes routing paths are created and deleted. Every node is provided with limited amount of computation power and battery power. So each node trying to save own resources or trying to consume others resources by showing selfishness thus forms DoS attack by not participating in packet forwarding process which results in network disruption.

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