Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences
Effective and secured ﬁle sharing is the essential factor in real time networks. Common distributed network environment faces numerous problems in existing ﬁle sharing mechanism. In this research paper we have proposed a novel approach using Trust based Energy Efﬁcient Clustering Mechanism by using ﬁreﬂy algorithm to improve the throughput. The proposed architecture has been designed with four phases for effective ﬁle sharing in P2P networks. In the ﬁrst stage an Energy Efﬁcient Clustering Mechanism with Fireﬂy calculation has been introduced. A vitality proﬁcient Clustering calculation with ideal parameters is intended for decreasing the vitality utilization and drawing out the framework lifetime. The second part of system focuses on Routing and accurate reputation framework. The third phase implements the Security Trust that can distinguish and shield fair associates from attack. In the last stage File Replications are identiﬁed and replicas are removed. This four stage framework shows drastic improvements in low delay, high speed, high efﬁciency Throughput when compared to existing framework. The results indicate that the time consumed by proposed method is very less when compared with existing algorithms.
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Arockia Mary, P. and Radhakrishnan, M.
"Efﬁcient File Sharing Mechanism In P2P Using Energy Efﬁcient Clustering Mechanism,"
Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences: Vol. 11:
6, Article 25.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/amis/vol11/iss6/25