A game theoretic trust model for on-line distributed evolution of cooperation inMANETs

@article{Mejia2011AGT,
  title={A game theoretic trust model for on-line distributed evolution of cooperation inMANETs},
  author={Marcela M. Mejia and N{\'e}stor M. Pe{\~n}a and Jose L. Mu{\~n}oz and Oscar Esparza and Marco A. Alzate},
  journal={J. Network and Computer Applications},
  year={2011},
  volume={34},
  pages={39-51}
}
Cooperation among nodes is fundamental for the operation of mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs). In such networks, there could be selfish nodes that use resour ces from other nodes to send their packets but that do not o ffer their resources to forward packets for other nodes. Thus, a cooperation enforcement mechanism is necessary. Trust models h ave been proposed as mechanisms to incentive cooperation in MANETs and some of them are based on game theory concepts. Among game theoretic trust models… CONTINUE READING
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