DOI: 10.2174/2352096516666230817152400 ISSN:

Secure Patient Data Monitoring And Efficient Routing Optimization Using A Hyperelliptic Curve Cryptography With Fuzzy–Based Priority In Wbsn

Dinesh Babu Mariappan, R Saminathan, K M Baalamurugan
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials

Aims and Background:

Wireless Body Sensor Network (WBSN) technology is one of the major research areas in the medical and entertainment industries. A wireless sensor network (WSN) is a dense sensor network that senses environmental conditions, processes, and outgoing data at the sink node. A WBSN develops patient monitoring systems that provide the flexibility and mobility needed to monitor patient health. In data communications, it is difficult to find flexible optical routing paths, switching capabilities, and packet processing in the composition of optical networks. Information-centric networks (ICNs) are a new network model and are different from information-centric models. The priority of the information-centric model is the communication network.

Objectives and Methodology:

In the existing literature, such methods are typically developed using computationally expensive procedures, such as bilinear pairing, elliptic curve operations, etc., which are unsuitable for biomedical devices with limited resources. Using the concept of hyperelliptic curve cryptography (HECC), we propose a new solution: a smart card-based two-factor mutual authentication scheme. In this new scheme, HECC’s finest properties, such as compact parameters and key sizes, are utilized to enhance the real-time performance of an IoT-based TMIS system. A fuzzy–based Priority Aware Data Sharing (FPADS) method is introduced to schedule the priority data and monitor the transmission length. The child node adjusts the transmission speed of the cluster head with the help of a fuzzy logic controller (FLC).

Results and Conclusion:

The proposed model estimated the traffic load of the child node and the priority of the different amounts of data to be transmitted. The principle of scheduling data packets to be developed is based on the precedence of the data with the lowest transmit length in the network. The proposed FPADS performance increases in terms of scheduling time utilisation, traffic distribution, and mean delay. Simulations have been done using NS2, and the outcomes have shown that the proposed methodology is efficient and improves the overall QoS of the system.

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