Ben Arbia Anis

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Given the highly dynamic nature of wireless ad hoc network, routing is one of the most challenging tasks. Among the routing protocols that are in the process of normalisation is AODV (Ad hoc on demand Distance Vector). AODV is a reactive source based on routing protocol whose performance is very sensitive to several fixed parameters, such as.(More)
Wireless ad-hoc networks are highly dynamic networks for which routing is a challenging task. Existing routing protocols whether reactive, proactive or hybrid showed limitations in various situations. To optimize the behavior of the routing nodes, the academic community is recommending the reliance on an autonomic approach that would guarantee(More)
During the lifetime of a wireless ad hoc network using the AODV routing protocol, nodes are the sources and destinations of routing traffic. The routing traffic typically consists of routing requests, routing replies or routing errors. The routing events (requests, replies or errors) witnessed by a node could constitute an important source of information to(More)
Wireless networks have specific characteristics that are totally different from conventional networks. In fact, ad hoc networks are closely depending on the distributed cooperation among mobile nodes. Deploying trust evaluation in such environment will be an extra challenge. In this paper, we present a newest model permitting trust evaluation and(More)
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