|International Journal of Applied Information Systems|
|Foundation of Computer Science (FCS), NY, USA|
|Volume 3 - Number 7|
|Year of Publication: 2012|
|Authors: S. Kumaravel|
S. Kumaravel . Deployment of Query Validation for Finite Range Query Scheme in Wireless Sensor Networks. International Journal of Applied Information Systems. 3, 7 ( August 2012), 11-20. DOI=10.5120/ijais12-450579
Adversary attack on wireless sensor network is a very major issue on wireless sensor networks deployment. Adversaries send the replica node as same as like original node to capture all necessary information and the key values. Deployment of a wireless sensor network (WSN) system is a significant step since hypothetical models and hypothesis habitually vary from genuine environmental uniqueness and presentation at the operation site. In addition, such systems are regularly situated in areas that are complicated to achieve or even unreachable for definite periods of time. The previous work provided a replica detection scheme with Finite Range Query (FRQ) technique to effectively recognize the mobile replica nodes (acting as adversary) and eradicate the varying query ranges of mobile sensor nodes. But it is necessary to validate the query to improve the detection of mobile replica nodes. Therefore, it is essential to validate the functionality of the scheme at the time of the operation, thus reducing the risk of untimely failures. Unintentionally, the validation reduces the cost of revisiting the position in the near prospect for re-deployment, preservation, or repairs. In this paper we present a deployment query validation framework DQV that consists of procedures for WSN status assessment and veri?cation. DQV is supported and has demonstrated the potential for early problem detection at three levels of WSN validation: wireless network physical and logical integrity, sensor node devices, and connectivity to the back-end such as a data server over the Internet. The DQV framework will validate the query at each step taken in the Wireless sensor networks. An experimental evaluation is conducted to estimate the performance of the proposed deployment of query validation for finite range query scheme in WSN [DQV-FRQ] in terms of bandwidth, delay, data loss.