Diagnosis of Selfish Behaviour Nodes in Underwater Wireless Sensor Networks

  • S. Premkumar Deepak, Dr. M .B. Mukeshkrishnan


Underwater sensor networks (UWSN) are empowering and auspicious technology in the marine environment. UWSN is a set of independent sensor nodes which were spatially appropriated or submerged in the submerged to detect the sea-going related application. In that Selfish behaviour nodes creates a major issue in UWSNs. In Underwater Wireless Sensor Network each nodes advances the information data to the neighbouring nodes by using its capacity, information exchange limit and memory space. The nodes may refuse to participate in data transmitting process because their own advantages are selfish nodes. Each sensor node in the networks transmits data packets to their nearby nodes as per their Requirements based upon the scenario. Selfish node in the system makes information correspondence disappointment and the node never transfer data and use of the system assets for its very own benefit yet it declines to share their own assets to different nodes. The system gets defective and the information correspondence between the two nodes will get upset. It is an imperative problem to auspicious distinguish a selfish nodes and its conduct in submerged WSN. In this paper we discuss about identification of selfish behaviours nodes and the different mechanisms to countermeasures the selfish nodes in the UWSN

How to Cite
S. Premkumar Deepak, Dr. M .B. Mukeshkrishnan. (2020). Diagnosis of Selfish Behaviour Nodes in Underwater Wireless Sensor Networks. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(9s), 786 - 791. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/13279