Mobility

Implementation Study of Hybrid Caching Scheme in Wireless P2P Networks With Asymmetric Cooperative Caching

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Executive Summary

As the day to day applications in mobile computing are increasing, different wireless peer-peer networks came into existence. There are several protocols and schemes are implemented to increase the network performance. The most implemented technique used to improve the performance of data access is Caching. Cooperative caching, which allows the sharing and coordination of cached data among multiple nodes, can further explore the potential of the caching techniques. Due to mobility and resource constraints of ad-hoc networks, cooperative caching techniques designed for wired network may not be applicable to ad-hoc networks. Hence, this paper presents a asymmetric cooperative caching scheme to efficiently support data access in ad-hoc networks.

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