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The Mobile agent system is a distributed computing environment that is perceived as a flexible alternative to client server technology. The agents possessing different functionalities roam in the network executing a task in the target hosts. This helps in reducing network traffic to a large extent. The vulnerability of mobile agents to a variety of attacks(More)
Peer-to-peer (P2P) live streaming systems have gained popularity due to the self-scalability property of the P2P overlay networks. In P2P live streaming, peers retrieve stream content from other peers in the system. Therefore, peer selection strategy is a fundamental element to build an overlay which manages the playback delay and startup delay experienced(More)
Peer-to-peer (P2P) live streaming systems rely on utilizing peers' free resources to alleviate the load on streaming servers. In these systems peers join and leave the overlay based on interest in the stream and streaming quality. Therefore, to ensure scalable streaming a large number of stable peers are required in the system. In this work we propose an(More)
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