Replica Node: Detection of Node Replication in Multidimensional Networks
International journal of recent technology and engineering
This paper studies node replication detection in multidimensional scaling networks. It is serious threat in the Internet of Things (IoT), inferable from the straightforwardness for an assailant to accumulate setup and validation qualifications from a non-carefully designed hub, reproduce that in system. on this writing paper, we suggest ReplicaNode, a unique duplicate identification method imposed on multidimensional networks. ReplicaNode seems to be fine fitted to IoT eventualities, something
... alities, something that (i) induces replicas externally the need to know the geographical locations of hubs, plus (ii) abundant ahead of ways, it is applied to hybrid networks that make up the two unchanging as well as movable hubs, at which nary movability practice could also be fictitious abstractive. Moreover, a further advantage of ReplicaNode is that (iii) the core part of the detection algorithm can be parallelized, resulting in an acceleration of the whole detection mechanism. Our thorough analytical and experimental evaluations demonstrate that ReplicaNode can achieve a 100% clone detection probability. Moreover, we propose several modifications to the original MDS calculation, which lead to over a 75% accelerate in enormous scale situations. The demonstrated efficiency of ReplicaNode proves that it is a promising technique on the way to a realistic replica finding design in IoT.