Genetic Algorithm Based Secure Data Transmission for Wireless Sensor Networks

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Nov 21, 2013 (3 years and 6 months ago)

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Advanced Signal Processing (ASP 2012), Conference Proceedings

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Abstract: Genetic Algorithm Based Secure Data Transmission for
Wireless Sensor Networks


Jin Myoung Kim, In-Geol Chun, Won-Tae Kim
CPS Research Team, Embedded SW Research Division,
SW-SoC Convergence Lab, ETRI
{jm.kim, igchun, wtkim}@etri.re.kr


Abstract

In applications of wireless sensor networks, it is important how to efficiently and
securely get the sensed data from the territory where is the existence of radio-
jamming zone and security issue. To solve this problem we propose a genetic
algorithm (GA) based secure data transmission method for reliable transmission while
considering the balanced energy depletion of the sensor nodes. For ensuring security,
we also propose a key distribution scheme. In the proposal, GA finds an efficient
routing pathby considering the radio-jamming zone,transmission distance, average
remaining energy and hop count. BS then distributes the key with consideration of the
path to encrypt sensing data. In simulation, our proposed method is compared with
LEACH and Hierarchical PEGASIS. The simulation results show that the proposed
method is efficient in both the energy consumption and success ratio of delivery.

Acknowledgements
This work was supported by the IT R&D Program of MKE/KEIT [10035708, "The
Development of CPS (Cyber-Physical Systems) Core Technologies for High
Confidential Autonomic Control Software"]