Mohammad Abdus Salam

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Presently, there are not many literatures on the characterization of reputation and trust in wireless sensor networks (WSNs) which can be referenced by scientists, researchers and students. Although some research documents include information on reputation and trust, characterization of these features are not adequately covered. In this paper, reputation(More)
Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are resource-constrained self-organizing networks that are often deployed in hostile and inaccessible environments in order to collect data. Benign system faults such as malfunctioning hardware, software glitches, and environmental hazards may impact overall system reliability but can often be mitigated by appropriate fault(More)
Wireless communication and sensor networks are spreading the Internet and communication services to remote locations and hence becoming the most popular choice for future information and communication technologies. Significant amount of research activities are concentrated on designing the wireless protocols, security, bandwidth efficiency, multiplexing(More)
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