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2014 6th Computer Science and Electronic Engineering Conference (CEEC)
Nodes in mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) are mandated to utilize their limited energy resources in forwarding routing control and data packets for other nodes. Since a MANET lacks a centralized administration and control, a node may decide to act selfishly by not responding to route requests from other nodes or deceitfully by responding to some route requests but dropping the corresponding data packet that is presented for forwarding. A significant increase in the presence of these misbehavingdoi:10.1109/ceec.2014.6958568 fatcat:leycy5vmezgojfaxx7ql3sxvmy