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A Trust Computing Model for Future Generation Networks

EasyChair Preprint no. 4080

4 pagesDate: August 25, 2020


Future generation networks are heterogenous in nature due to variety of nodes, terminals, small-sized networks, private networks, virtual networks, IoTs etc. When number of nodes and terminal machines take part in a network, authentication become a major issue. Authentication of node is associated with trust. Trust of a node is a primary behaviour of the node in the network operations. Networks with fewer restrictions in case of user registration may have more trust related issues. A node may exhibit random behaviour at the time of data transmission and forwarding of packets. The major concern is about the assessment of trust value of a node before actual data communication. Trust computing model is the model which gives trust values of nodes in a network. Different trust computing models are designed and developed for different scenarios. In this paper, a model of trust computing is proposed with maximum possible factors. A simulation program in NS3 is written and executed to check the trust values and its effect in the network operations. The results are analysed with and without risk factors to check the accuracy of network performance. It is observed in the experimental work that trust with risk factors is more authenticated solution for the proposed trust model.

Keyphrases: future generation networks, Trust, trust computing model

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  author = {Prodipto Das and Somen Debnath},
  title = {A Trust Computing Model for Future Generation Networks},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 4080},

  year = {EasyChair, 2020}}
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