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 JCC  Vol.3 No.4 , April 2015
A Load Service System with Reputation Proof in P2P Networks
Abstract: In this paper, a new system design for load services in computer networks with a new reputation system is constructed. The use of the reputation system is to address the free-rider problem. Database systems are used by directory agents to save information provided by load-server agents. Protocols are built for how a host finds available servers for load service or load transfer, especially when a host moves to a new region. Detailed procedures include how a directory agent builds its database, how a load-server agent provides services, and how a load-client agent receives its desired services. The system uses the fuzzy logic control method to transfer loads for load balancing, instead of the method of a fixed threshold level. For an ad-hoc (wireless) computer network framework, this new system structure is aimed to provide efficient ways for hosts to communicate with one another and to access resources in the system. This will also help the users of networks locate resources in a most effective and secure manner.
Cite this paper: Huang, M. (2015) A Load Service System with Reputation Proof in P2P Networks. Journal of Computer and Communications, 3, 30-39. doi: 10.4236/jcc.2015.34004.
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