IJRCS – Volume 4 Issue 4 Paper 6


Author’s Name : Karthikeyini M | Vanitha Devi S | Srinivasan J | Arulprasath A

Volume 04 Issue 04  Year 2017  ISSN No:  2349-3828  Page no: 23-28



Recognizing node disappointments in portable remote systems are exceptionally testing in light of the fact that the system topology can be exceedingly powerful, the system may not be constantly associated, and the assets are restricted. In this paper, we adopt a probabilistic strategy and propose two node disappointment identification plots that methodically consolidate limited checking, area estimation and node coordinated effort. Broad recreation brings on both associated what’s more, separated systems show that our plans accomplish high disappointment recognition rates (near an upper bound) and low false positive rates, and cause low correspondence overhead. Contrasted with approaches that utilization brought together observing, our approach has up to 80% lower correspondence overhead, and just somewhat bring down discovery rates and marginally higher false positive rates. What’s more, our approach has the preferred standpoint that it is appropriate for both associated and disengaged systems, while unified jacking is just pertinent to associated systems. Contrasted with different methodologies that utilization confined observing, our approach has comparable disappointment recognition rates, up to 57% lower correspondence overhead and much lower false positive rates.


Mobile Wireless Networks, Node Failure, Node Failure Detection, Network Management, Fault Management


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