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Local Production, Local Consumption Peer-to-Peer Architecture for a Dependable and Sustainable Social Infrastructure

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Local Production, Local Consumption Peer-to-Peer Architecture for a Dependable and Sustainable Social Infrastructure
Peer-to-peer (P2P) is a system of overlay networks such that participants can potentially take symmetrical roles. This translates itself into a design based on the philosophy of Local Production, Local Consumption (LPLC), originally an agricultural concept to promote sustainable local economy. This philosophy helps enhancing survivability of a society by providing a dependable economic infrastructure and promoting the power of individuals. This paper attempts to put existing works of P2P designs into the perspective of the five-layer architecture model to realize LPLC, and proposes future research directions toward integration of P2P studies for actualization of a dependable and sustainable social infrastructure.
Kenji Saito, Eiichi Morino, Yoshihiko Suko, Takaak
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where SAINT
Authors Kenji Saito, Eiichi Morino, Yoshihiko Suko, Takaaki Suzuki, Jun Murai
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