The Evaluation of a Self Organizing Superpeer Network (SOSPNET)
The popularity of the internet, rapid progress in audio compression algorithm and cost effective digital audio recording and storage devices and the promise of higher bandwidth and Quality of Service (QOS) for both wired and wireless networks have made it possible to create, replicate, transmit and distribute digital audio content in an effortless way. Consequently, the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights for digital audio have become an important issue. The main aim of this project is the introduction of Self-Organizing SuperPeer NETwork architecture (SOSPNET) that solves these issues in a fully decentralized manner. In the existing system, the transmission of the data is slow due to the higher capacity of the nodes.