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False Data Reduction Strategy for P2P Environment

  • Journal of The Korea Society of Computer and Information
  • Abbr : JKSCI
  • 2011, 16(5), pp.93-100
  • Publisher : The Korean Society Of Computer And Information
  • Research Area : Engineering > Computer Science

김승연 1 Won Joo Lee 2 Chang Ho Jeon 3

1삼성전자 반도체 연구소
2인하공업전문대학
3한양대학교

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ABSTRACT

In this paper, we propose a FDR(False Data Reduction) strategy for P2P environment that reduces false data. The key idea of our strategy is that we use FDR algorithm to stop transmitting of false data and to delete that. If a user recognizes false data in downloaded-data and the user's peer requests the others to stop the transmission of the false data immediately. Also, the FDR algorithm notifies the other peers to prohibit spreading of the false data in the environment. All this procedure is possible to be executed in each peer without any lookup server. The FDR algorithm needs only a little data exchange among peers. Through simulation, we show that it is more effective to reduce the network traffic than the previous P2P strategy. We also show that the proposed strategy improves the performance of network compared to previous P2P strategy. As a result, The FDR strategy is decreased 9.78 ~ 16.84% of mean true data transmission time.

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