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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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A Trust And Energy-Based Efficient Routing Scheme Using Kuder-Richardson Reliability Coefficient For Manets

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V.Vijayagopal, Dr. K.Prabu






The dissemination of data between the source and destination highly relies on the trustworthy intermediate nodes. But, the presence of root node attackers degrades the network performance and increases the network overhead. Hence, the need arises for innovating trust based reputation mechanisms that could be incorporated in different routing protocols and which could effectively and efficiently mitigate black hole attacks. In this paper, Kuder-Richardson Reliability Factor based Mitigation Mechanism (KRRFMM) are proposed for mitigating rendezvous point misbehavior of core group leader. This proposed KRRFMM algorithm is identified to be excellent compared to existing CARFMM, CONFIDANT, RTBD and PCMA schemes



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