WNBLI - A Multifarious Liability Examination for Wireless Sensor Networks
Tamilarasi B. and UmaRani R.
Journal of Computer Science
Wireless communications has completely revolutionized the living environment, just as personal computers forever altered the way of working in the 1980’s and the Internet dramatically changed the obtainment and accessing way of information in the 1990’s. Wireless sensor networks are evolving to a new level. The Failure liability is a very prominent problem in Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) research. Failure liable nodes behave in different form and this faulty behavior is referred to as multifarious faults or heterogeneous faults in WSN. This paper presents a Multifarious Failure liability Investigation protocol called Wireless Nodal Behavior and Liability Investigation (WNBLI) protocol for wireless sensor networks. The proposed WNBLI protocol consists of three vital phases, such as Association phase, Apprehension phase and Assortment phase. The performance of the proposed Wireless Nodal Behavior and Liability Investigation protocol is evaluated using network simulator.
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