A Proxy-based Collaboration System to Minimize Content Download Time and Energy Consumption
In order to minimize collaborative download time and energy consumption in an MCC. A Proxy-based Collaboration System to Minimize Content Download Extensive simulations are performed to evaluate the effects of the number of MNs, wireless bandwidth,content size, and dynamic channel conditions on content download time and energy consumption.
A Proxy-based Collaboration System to Minimize Content Download MCC will reduce the traffic load of the WWAN, thus also providing edges for the mobile operator.However, minimizing the transmission time and hence the energy consumption in the associated degree MCC is challenging as the transmission time and therefore the energy consumption depends on the chunk sizes downloaded by the individual MNs and the sharing order between the MNs within MCC.
- A project on a proxy-based collaboration system Minimizing content download time and energy consumption in an MCC is challenging.
- Due to frequent exchanges of control information for collaboration, the distributed approach may incur high overhead control. In addition, obtaining up-to-date information on the status of neighboring MNs through rapidly changing wireless channels is not easy.
- First, it jointly considers the chunk size and the sharing order for the minimization of download time and energy consumption.
- Second, the proposed proxy-based approach combines the advantages of the distributed and the centralized approaches.
A project on Proxy-based Collaboration System In addition the best selection of these parameters could be an operation of the conditions of the WWAN and WLAN channels, i.e. the achievable knowledge rates of the MNs.We tend to develop the programming drawback at the CProxy as a multi-objective optimization drawback to reduce content transfer time and hence energy consumption in associated degree MCC by selecting the best chunk size and sharing order.