Effects of sustained communication time on reliability of JXTA-Overlay P2P platform: a comparison study for two fuzzy-based systems
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In P2P systems, each peer has to obtain information of other peers and propagate the information to other peers through neighboring peers. Thus, it is important for each peer to have some number of neighbor peers. Moreover, it is more significant to discuss if each peer has reliable neighbor peers. In reality, each peer might be faulty or might send obsolete, even incorrect information to the other peers. We have implemented a P2P platform called JXTA-Orverlay, which defines a set of protocols that standardize how different devices may communicate and collaborate among them. JXTA-Overlay provides a set of basic functionalities, primitives, intended to be as complete as possible to satisfy the needs of most JXTA-based applications. In this paper, we present two fuzzy-based systems (called FPRS1 and FPRS2) to improve the reliability of JXTA-Overlay P2P platform. We make a comparison study between the fuzzy-based reliability systems. Comparing the complexity of FPRS1 and FPRS2, the FPRS2 is more complex than FPRS1. However, it considers also the sustained communication time which makes the platform more reliable.
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CitationLiu, Y., Sakamoto, S., Barolli, L., Spaho, E., Ikeda, M., Xhafa, F. Effects of sustained communication time on reliability of JXTA-Overlay P2P platform: a comparison study for two fuzzy-based systems. A: International Conference on Complex, Intelligent, and Software Intensive Systems. "2016 10th International Conference on Complex, Intelligent, and Software Intensive Systems, CISIS 2016, Fukuoka Institute of Technology (FIT), Fukuoka, Japan 6-8 July 2016: proceedings". Fukuoka: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2016, p. 44-52.
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