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Effect of Latency for a Reputation Based Trust Model of Peer-to-Peer Content Distribution Networks

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Shanika Ekanayake

CINEC Millennium Drive, IT Park, Malabe, LK
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Department of Information Technology, Faculty of Engineering and Technology
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Over the last few decades, pioneering tools and techniques for successful communication have been invented with the remarkable evolution of attention in information sharing and knowledge. As a result, sophisticated communication environments are invented in order to have a better communication and information delivery. Internet has become the most outstanding discovery among extensive communication technologies with gigantic volumes of information. Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) have been introduced for rich and rapid data delivery over the Internet. Hence the capability enhancements of CDN nodes have been improved the reputation and the scope. Various challenges appeared on those open and autonomous network architectures in order to achieve confidentiality, authenticity and availability security dimensions. This paper resolves trust issues between content delivery nodes on Peer to Peer (P2P) network infrastructures by an enhancing trust algorithm of my previous research “de-centralized reputation based trust model for peer to peer content delivery networks” (Shanika Ekanayake, 2014). Moreover, performance comparison between previous trust algorithm and the enhanced trust algorithm is evaluated through the ns-2 simulator.
How to Cite: Ekanayake S. Effect of Latency for a Reputation Based Trust Model of Peer-to-Peer Content Distribution Networks. CINEC Academic Journal. 2017;2:83–9. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/caj.v2i0.61
Published on 30 Dec 2017.
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