Notice Board :

Call for Paper
Vol. 14 Issue 4

Submission Start Date:
May 01, 2022

Acceptence Notification Start:
May 10, 2022

Submission End:
May 20, 2022

Final MenuScript Due:
May 22, 2022

Publication Date:
May 25, 2021
                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 14 Issue 4      Submission Start Date: May 01, 2022      Acceptence Notification Start: May 10, 2022      Submission End: May 20, 2022      Final MenuScript Due: May 22, 2022      Publication Date: May 25, 2021




Volume XIV Issue III

Author Name
Vivek Kumar, Chetan Agarwal
Year Of Publication
2022
Volume and Issue
Volume 14 Issue 3
Abstract
Vehicular Ad hoc Networks (VANETs) have emerged recently as one of the most attractive topics for researchers and automotive industries due to their tremendous potential to improve traffic safety, efficiency and other added services. However, VANETs are themselves vulnerable against attacks that can directly lead to the corruption of networks and then possibly provoke big losses of time, money, and even lives. This paper presents a survey of VANETs attacks and solutions in carefully considering other similar works as well as updating new attacks and categorizing them into different classes.
PaperID
2022/EUSRM/3/2022/61248

Author Name
Satyavrit shukla, Chetan Agarwal
Year Of Publication
2022
Volume and Issue
Volume 14 Issue 3
Abstract
Sensors are regarded as significant components of electronic devices. In most applications of wireless sensor networks (WSNs), important and critical information must be delivered to the sink in a multi-hop and energy-efficient manner. In as much as the energy of sensor nodes is limited, prolonging network lifetime in WSNs is considered to be a critical issue. In order to extend the network lifetime, researchers should consider energy consumption in routing protocols of WSNs. In this paper, a new energy-efficient routing protocol (EERP) has been proposed for WSNs using A-star algorithm. The proposed routing scheme improves the network lifetime by forwarding data packets via the optimal shortest path. The optimal path can be discovered with regard to the maximum residual energy of the next hop sensor node, high link quality, buffer occupancy and minimum hop counts indicate that the proposed scheme improves network lifetime.
PaperID
2022/EUSRM/3/2022/61250