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Dynamics stability in wireless sensor networks active defense model. (English) Zbl 1405.68016

Summary: Wireless sensor networks, which are widely used in military, industrial and transportation fields, are vulnerable to various kinds of attacks, since they are mostly deployed in a relatively open environment. Based on the evolutionary game theory, this paper proposes a proactive defense model for wireless sensor networks, in which we emphasize that the node has a limited ability to learn the evolution of rationality from different attack strategies of the attacker, and can dynamically adjust their strategies to achieve the most effective defense. Following this approach, the cost (e.g., energy consumption and wastage of machinery) has been greatly saved and the life cycle of the nodes has been extended as well. By employing the proposed model, the whole wireless sensor network can be implemented in an effective way.

MSC:

68M10 Network design and communication in computer systems
91A22 Evolutionary games
91A80 Applications of game theory
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