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Enhancement of High SRs and Low SDs of bTSE using Trace Based Simulation in Mobile Social Network

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.4, No. 3)

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Page : 895-898

Keywords : Index terms- Trace based simulation; Log file; Mobile social network; bTSE;

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In this paper we are going to proposed trace based simulation to enable user to share service review in service oriented mobile social network. Trace based simulation refers to system simulation performed by looking at trace of program execution or system component access with purposed performance prediction. Trace based simulation works on two component one that executes action and stores the result and another which reads the log files. The simulator reads log file and simulation performance of very large application based on the execution trace on much smaller number of nodes. Trace based mechanism will enhanced the submission rate because files are submitted in the log file and this mechanism also reduce the (SDs) submission delay increase the (SRs) submission relay in (TSE) trustworthy service evolution. This paper describes a new trace-based simulation technology that captures dependencies between social network messages observed in full-system simulation of multithreaded applications. Validation of protocols for these network relies almost exclusively on simulation. Using trace based simulation to study different network topologies and properties which can be done much faster unfortunately unless the traces that are used include information about dependencies between messages (packets), full system simulation is very slow the execution time can grow quadratic ally with increased node counts. These traces only include information about the order of and time between packet transmissions. Trace based simulation we have developed a technique that allows us to add dependency information to traces.

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