Peer to Peer Node Groupings Based on Content Using Game Theoretic Strategy in Inter-Networks
Peer-To-Peer systems (P2P) have grown-up drastically in recent years. Peer-to-peer suggests the probable low cost sharing of information, autonomy, and privacy. In Peer to Peer network game theory will be the main tool for modeling and analyzing node behavior. In the authors' concept the participant or nodes are linked based on their content or interest, therefore form clusters. The configurations of clustered overlays can be framed by using game theoretic strategy; the nodes determine their cluster membership with the ambition of improving the recall of their queries. Overlays can be developed together tentatively also experimentally in provisions of stability, optimality, load balance and the required operating cost.