The intrusion detection in mobile sensor network

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The intrusion detection in mobile sensor network
Intrusion detection is an important problem in sensor networks. Prior works in static sensor environments show that constructing sensor barriers with random sensor deployment can be effective for intrusion detection. In response to the recent surge of interest in mobile sensor applications. This paper studies the intrusion detection problem in a mobile sensor network, where it is believed that mobile sensors can improve barrier coverage. Specifically, we focus on providing k-barrier coverage against moving intruders. This problem becomes particularly challenging given that the trajectories of sensors and intruders need to be captured. We first demonstrate that this problem is similar to the classical kinetic theory of gas molecules in physics. We then derive the inherent relationship between barrier coverage performance and a set of crucial system parameters including sensor density, sensing range, sensor and intruder mobility. We examine the correlations and sensitivity from the syst...
Gabriel Yik Keung, Bo Li, Qian Zhang
Added 14 Feb 2011
Updated 14 Feb 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Authors Gabriel Yik Keung, Bo Li, Qian Zhang
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