It is observed that proposed scheme has higher detection probability in comparison to EDD and MTLSD. This is because in the proposed scheme the deviation in distance traveled by the replica is successfully recorded and detected by its observer nodes.
It is observed that the first replica detection time of the proposed scheme lies between EDD and MTLSD. This is because the detection of replica is done based on the degree of violation, which takes a marginally higher amount of time than time-distance claim diffusion process in MTLSD.
It is observed that average number of packets sent/received per epoch of the proposed scheme is higher than EDD and lower than MTLSD. This is because the only communication in the proposed scheme involves the broadcasting of time-distance pair in the neighborhood.
Energy consumed by the proposed scheme is higher than EDD and lower than MTLSD. This is because the energy consumption in a node mostly depends on the transmission and reception of messages.
The simulation results show that the proposed scheme has detection probability nearly equal to one compared to EDD and MTLSD schemes.