K. Anitha Devi

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Network Congestion occurs when the aggregate demand for bandwidth exceeds the available capacity of a link and when the arrival rate to the router is greater than its departure. To solve this problem, it is necessary that the router must implement effective queuing algorithm that governs how packets are buffered while waiting to be transmitted. According to(More)
The existing scheme for result verification in a distributed grid system is replication. This scheme suffers from collusion and redundant execution of the jobs leading to high resource consumption. In order to combat these issues, a scheme called quizzing is proposed in the three-tier grid architecture. Some tasks of given jobs itself are given as quiz(More)
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