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A mobile peer-to-peer system for opportunistic content-centric networking

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A mobile peer-to-peer system for opportunistic content-centric networking
In this work we present a middleware architecture for a mobile peer-to-peer content distribution system. Our architecture allows wireless content dissemination between mobile nodes without relying on infrastructure support. Contents are exchanged opportunistically when nodes are within communication range. Applications access the service of our platform through a publish/subscribe interface and therefore do not have to deal with low-level opportunistic networking issues or matching and soliciting of contents. Our architecture consists of three key components. A content structure that facilitates dividing contents into logical topics and allows for efficient matching of content lookups and downloading under sporadic node connectivity. A solicitation protocol that allows nodes to solicit content meta-information in order to discover contents available at a neighboring node and to download content entries disjointedly from different nodes. An API that allows applications to access the sy...
Ólafur Ragnar Helgason, Emre A. Yavuz, Sylv
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where SIGCOMM
Authors Ólafur Ragnar Helgason, Emre A. Yavuz, Sylvia T. Kouyoumdjieva, Ljubica Pajevic, Gunnar Karlsson
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