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An Iterative Processing Scheme for Enhancing the Map Reduce Using Map Information Storage in Wireless Environment

  • K. ArunkumarEmail author
  • N. Karthikeyan
  • S. Karthik
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Abstract

The intention is to design the schemes for the enhancements for the enhancement of behaviour of map reduction scheme when it is employed for the iterative processing. The iterative processing has usually employed the place the information is restored episodically to imitate minimal alterations to the input information set. For minimizing the delays in reanalysis of unaltered information announces the schemes which precisely estimate only the information only when the information that has been modified. It integrates the concept of blooms screening. The blooms screening is a space effective information framework which could have a precise possibility verification in case the information is altered or not. The conventional systems process the comprehensive information in a minimal proportion or none of the information is altered. This the time arduous and it guzzles the immense number of CPU clock cycles moreover to process the information has not been altered. For minimizing the consumption of CPU clock cycles the system is designed so that the scheme of implementation employs blooms screening aids enhancing the behaviour of the system nearly to 17% as evaluated to the conventional system.

Keywords

Blooms screening CPU Iterative processing Space effective Verification 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.RVS College of Engineering and TechnologySulur, CoimbatoreIndia
  2. 2.SNS College of EngineeringCoimbatoreIndia
  3. 3.SNS College of TechnologyCoimbatoreIndia

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