Queuing the trust: Secure backpressure algorithm against insider threats in wireless networks

@article{Lu2015QueuingTT,
  title={Queuing the trust: Secure backpressure algorithm against insider threats in wireless networks},
  author={Zhuo Lu and Yalin Evren Sagduyu and Jason H. Li},
  journal={2015 IEEE Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM)},
  year={2015},
  pages={253-261}
}
The backpressure algorithm is known to provide throughput optimality in routing and scheduling decisions for multi-hop networks with dynamic traffic. The essential assumption in the backpressure algorithm is that all nodes are benign and obey the algorithm rules governing the information exchange and underlying optimization needs. Nonetheless, such an assumption does not always hold in realistic scenarios, especially in the presence of security attacks with intent to disrupt network operations… CONTINUE READING

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