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G-Grid: A Class of Scalable and Self-Organizing Data Structures for Multi-dimensional Querying and Content Routing in P2P Networ

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G-Grid: A Class of Scalable and Self-Organizing Data Structures for Multi-dimensional Querying and Content Routing in P2P Networ
Peer-to-Peer (P2P) technologies promise to provide efficient distribution, sharing and management of resources, such as storage, processing, routing and other sundry service capabilities, over autonomous and heterogeneous peers. Yet, most current P2P systems only support rudimentary query and content routing over a single data attribute, such as the file-sharing applications popularized in Napster, Gnutella and so forth. Full-fledged applications in distributed data management and grid computing demand more complex functionality, including querying and content routing over multiple attributes. In this paper we present a class of scalable and self-organizing multi-dimensional distributed data structures able to efficiently perform range queries in totally decentralized dynamic P2P environments. These structures are not imposed a priori over the network of peers. Rather, they emerge from the independent interactions of autonomous peers. They are also adaptive to unanticipated changes i...
Aris M. Ouksel, Gianluca Moro
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where AP2PC
Authors Aris M. Ouksel, Gianluca Moro
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