Analysis of the Deployment Quality for Intrusion Detection in Wireless Sensor Networks

Noureddine Assad, Brahim Elbhiri, Moulay Ahmed Faqihi, Mohamed Ouadou, Driss Aboutajdine
2015 Journal of Computer Networks and Communications  
The intrusion detection application in a homogeneous wireless sensor network is defined as a mechanism to detect unauthorized intrusions or anomalous moving attackers in a field of interest. The quality of deterministic sensor nodes deployment can be determined sufficiently by a rigorous analysis before the deployment. However, when random deployment is required, determining the deployment quality becomes challenging. An area may require that multiple nodes monitor each point from the sensing
more » ... ea; this constraint is known ask-coverage wherekis the number of nodes. The deployment quality of sensor nodes depends directly on node density and sensing range; mainly a random sensor nodes deployment is required. The major question is centred around the problem of network coverage, how can we guarantee that each point of the sensing area is covered by the required number of sensor nodes and what a sufficient condition to guarantee the network coverage? To deal with this, probabilistic intrusion detection models are adopted, called single/multi-sensing detection, and the deployment quality issue is surveyed and analysed in terms of coverage. We evaluate the capability of our probabilistic model in homogeneous wireless sensor network, in terms of sensing range, node density, and intrusion distance.
doi:10.1155/2015/812613 fatcat:5s64ir5vzve5lgn3b6wb2exhme