Main Article Content
Wireless sensor networks are the result of multiple technological advances in electronics, nanotechnology, wireless communications, computing power, network development and robotics. Compose distributed systems devices usually composed of integrated, including at least CPU, radio, and sensors / actuators number. The wireless sensor networks (WSN) heterogeneous networks are formed by sensors, gateways and backend resources very limited physical. The sensors can measure parameters such as temperature, movement, lighting, humidity, etc..; the gateways establish the link with networks traditional and familiar. The back ends are responsible for the processing and display unit the captured data. Although several studies showed WSN middleware, has not been achieved with this industry acceptance due mainly to the different methodologies programming. The teams consist of WSN lowest consumption, costs and form factors. The reality is quite different environments applications are supported with equipment more powerful and fed by redundant power networks. The current article describes then implementation of lesser algorithm for analysis of network intrusion detection system in wireless sensor networks.
How to Cite
, S. (2018). Implementation of Lessar Algorithm for Analysis of Network Intrusion Detection System in Wireless Sensor Networks. International Journal on Future Revolution in Computer Science &Amp; Communication Engineering, 4(1), 411–414. Retrieved from https://ijfrcsce.org/index.php/ijfrcsce/article/view/1031