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A Peer-to-Peer Architecture for Information Retrieval Across Digital Library Collections

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A Peer-to-Peer Architecture for Information Retrieval Across Digital Library Collections
Peer-to-peer networks have been identified as promising architectural concept for developing search scenarios across digital library collections. Digital libraries typically offer sophisticated search over their local content, however, search methods involving a network of such stand-alone components are currently quite limited. We present an architecture for highly-efficient search over digital library collections based on structured P2P networks. As the standard single-term indexing strategy faces significant scalability limitations in distributed environments, we propose a novel indexing strategy
Ivana Podnar, Toan Luu, Martin Rajman, Fabius Klem
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where ERCIMDL
Authors Ivana Podnar, Toan Luu, Martin Rajman, Fabius Klemm, Karl Aberer
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