Location Based Services Data Compression with Privacy Preserving in WSNs

KVijaya Bhaskar, Dr. R. Seshadri, Dr. A. Rama mohan Reddy


In two-layered sensor arrange engineering stockpiling hubs assemble information from close-by sensors and answer questions from the sink of the system. The capacity hubs fill in as a middle of the road level between the sensors and the sink for putting away information and preparing questions. Utilizing homomorphic encryption conspires; a Location-Based Service (LBS) can handle scrambled contributions to recover encoded area related data. The recovered encoded information must be unscrambled by the client who asked for the information. The innovation still confronts two primary difficulties: the experienced handling time and as far as possible forced on the permitted number of operations. In any case, the security of clients' protection accomplished through this innovation makes it alluring for more research and upgrading. Sprout channels speak to a huge information with a little information. In this way, a sensor just needs to send the Bloom channel rather than the hashes to a capacity hub. The quantity of bits expected to speak to the Bloom channel is much littler than that expected to speak to the hashes. For better execution as far as speed and calculations we propose to utilize compacted Bloom channels than plain ones. By utilizing compacted Bloom channels, sensor hubs can diminish the quantity of bits communicates, the false positive rate, or potentially the measure of calculation per query. The cost is the preparing time for pressure and decompression, which can utilize basic number juggling coding, and less memory use at the capacity hubs, that uses the bigger uncompressed type of the Bloom channel. A down to earth usage of the proposed framework approves our claim.


Wireless Sensor Networks, Privacy preserving, Bloom filters, Compressed Bloom Filter, Location Based Services, Homomorphic Encryption.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v8i5.3810


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