Attack-resistant cooperation stimulation in autonomous ad hoc networks

  title={Attack-resistant cooperation stimulation in autonomous ad hoc networks},
  author={Wei Yu and K. J. Ray Liu},
  journal={IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications},
In autonomous ad hoc networks, nodes usually belong to different authorities and pursue different goals. In order to maximize their own performance, nodes in such networks tend to be selfish, and are not willing to forward packets for the benefits of other nodes. Meanwhile, some nodes might behave maliciously and try to disrupt the network and waste other nodes' resources. In this paper, we present an attack-resilient cooperation stimulation (ARCS) system for autonomous ad hoc networks to… CONTINUE READING
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