Visible to the public Experimental Evaluation of Source Location Privacy Routing Schemes and Energy Consumption Performance

TitleExperimental Evaluation of Source Location Privacy Routing Schemes and Energy Consumption Performance
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsMutalemwa, Lilian C., Seok, Junhee, Shin, Seokjoo
Conference Name2019 19th International Symposium on Communications and Information Technologies (ISCIT)
Date Publishedsep
Keywordsangle-based routing, compositionality, control angle, data privacy, dynamic route creation process, energy consumption, energy consumption performance, Experimental Evaluation, guarantee longer network lifetime, Human Behavior, inversely proportional relationship, Location Privacy in Wireless Networks, Metrics, modified schemes, pubcrawl, relatively lower energy, Resiliency, route node, Routing protocols, routing schemes, sensor node, sensor nodes, source location privacy, source location privacy routing schemes, telecommunication security, Wireless Sensor Network, Wireless sensor networks
AbstractNetwork lifetime and energy consumption of sensor nodes have an inversely proportional relationship. Thus, it is important to ensure source location privacy (SLP) routing schemes are energy-efficient. This work performs an experimental evaluation of some existing routing schemes and proposes a new angle-based routing algorithm to modify the schemes. The dynamic route creation process of the modified schemes is characterized by processes which include determination of route and banned regions and computation of control angle and lead factor parameters. Results of the analysis show that the modified schemes are effective at obfuscating the adversaries to provide strong SLP protection. Furthermore, the modified schemes consume relatively lower energy and guarantee longer network lifetime.
Citation Keymutalemwa_experimental_2019