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A Contract-Ruled Economic Model for QoS Guarantee in Mobile Peer-to-Peer Streaming Services
Current business mobile streaming applications decision for innovative technologies for stable QoS guarantee. During this paper, we have a tendency to provide a comprehensive treatment of QoS guarantee through a contract-dominated approach. In specific, we have a tendency to envision a peer-assisted mobile peer-to-peer streaming system as a QoS trading market, where all parties involved within the system, i.e., Service Supplier (SP), Finish User (EU), and Helping Peers (APs), are real economic entities that are organized with contractual constraints to attain a stable and guaranteed QoS output. The QoS trading within the market is split into 2 elements. One could be a basic contract that establishes the business agreement between an interested EU and a SP. We have a tendency to propose a QoS contingent payment to mitigate the EU's concern on the uncertainty of QoS delivery and derive an optimal contract that achieves Pareto efficiency. The other is a subcontract, in which we tend to model transactions between the SP and contracted peers as a principal multi-agents downside, that achieves a desired joint QoS output. We tend to more style a sharing scheme with team penalty that could overcome the free-riding drawback existed in the subcontract and show that the Pareto efficiency can be achieved by setting a proper team penalty. Each numerical evaluations and prototype experiments demonstrate the effectiveness of our proposed theme.
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