Consequences of Wireless Sensor Network
Ram Kumar Verma
Wireless sensor network is a crucial field in research area. The scope and applications of wireless sensor networks can be used in the field of Information Technology. These wireless sensor networks are small devices with low energy consumption, memory, transmission range, and computational power. It is essential for WSNs to provide security measures in system to prevent an intruder. Intrusion detection system in wireless sensor networks is an essential security measure. In this thesis we present an intrusion detection framework in which there is no need of prior knowledge of network behavior or a learning process in order to establish this knowledgebase. The Practical approach including average networks in mind, like home network. This proposed network model is dynamic too in nature. This framework is intended to protect the network and ensure reliable and true result.
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