Bayesian decision model based reliable route formation in internet of things

Mohanavel Jothish Kumar, Suman Mishra, Elangovan Guruva Reddy, Madasamy Rajmohan, Subbiah Murugan, Narayanasamy Aswin Vignesh


Security provisioning has become an important issue in wireless multimedia networks because of their crucial task of supporting several services. This paper presents Bayesian decision model based reliable route formation in internet of things (BDMI). The main objective of the BDMI approach is to distinguish unreliable sensor nodes and transmit the data efficiently. Active and passive attack recognition methods identify unreliable node sensor nodes. Remaining energy, node degree, and packet transmission rate parameters to observe their node possibilities for recognizing the passive unreliable nodes. In active recognition, the base station (BS) confirms every sensor node identity, remaining energy, supportive node rate, node location, and link efficiency parameters to detect active unreliable sensor nodes. The Bayesian decision model (BDM) efficiently isolates an unreliable sensor node in the multimedia network. Simulation outcomes illustrate that the BDMI approach can efficiently enhance unreliable node detection and minimize the packet loss ratio in the network.


Active unreliable recognition; Bayesian decision model; reliable routing; Internet of things; Passive unreliable recognition; Quality of service

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The Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (IJEECS)
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