Secure Transmission Data Control in Multi Agent System with Attacks and Communication Delays

International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering
© 2018 by SSRG - IJCSE Journal
Volume 5 Issue 3
Year of Publication : 2018
Authors : Duggapu Lakshmi, P.Mohana Roopa

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Duggapu Lakshmi, P.Mohana Roopa, " Secure Transmission Data Control in Multi Agent System with Attacks and Communication Delays," SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering , vol. 5,  no. 3, pp. 14-18, 2018. Crossref,


Now a days distributed network over multi agent system an important area that have received control community and significant attention from system terms. In multi-agent networks, consensus control as a fundamental distributed control problem has been a hot topic in the past decade due to its wide applications such as sensor networks, traffic control, time synchronization and formation flying. A number of authors have investigated the consensus problems from various perspectives in recent works. Recently, the security and resilience of consensus against malicious attackers in multi-agent systems has attracted attention of researchers. In this paper we are proposed a hybrid bit sequence adhoc vector protocol for finding routing and also provide security of transferring data. By implementing this protocol we can provide two concepts for routing and privacy of data. In the routing process each sender node will find out its neighbour node link is there or not. If there is link between the nodes we can establish connection and continue this process for completion of all nodes in a network. After finding routing we can transfer data from source node to destination node. In this paper we can also calculate delay ration and also provide security of multi agent system over the attacks. By implementing this process we can improve control of multi agent systems and also efficient communication process over the network.


Multi Agent System, Privacy of data, Communication Delay, Security.


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