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Dominating-Set-Based Searching in Peer-to-Peer Networks

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Dominating-Set-Based Searching in Peer-to-Peer Networks
— The peer-to-peer network for sharing information and data through direct exchange has emerged rapidly in recent years. The searching problem is a basic issue that addresses the question “Where is X”. Breadth-first search, the basic searching mechanism used in Gnutella networks [7], floods the networks to maximize the return results. Depth-first search used in Freenet [6] retrieves popular files faster than other files but on average the return results are not maximized. Other searching algorithms used in peer-to-peer networks, such as iterative deepening [13], local indices [13], routing indices [3] and NEVRLATE [2] provide different improved searching mechanisms. In this paper, we propose a dominating-set-based peer-to-peer searching algorithm to maximize the return of searching results while keeping a low cost for both searching and creating/maintaining the connecteddominating-set (CDS) of the peer-to-peer network. This approach is based on random walk. However, the sear...
Chunlin Yang, Jie Wu
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where GCC
Authors Chunlin Yang, Jie Wu
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