SPICE: Scalable P2P implicit group messaging

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SPICE: Scalable P2P implicit group messaging
Implicit group messaging (IGM) is a decoupled messaging paradigm for connecting content publishers and consumers over the Internet. Unlike traditional multicast or publish/subscribe messaging, IGM delivers content to ``implicit groups'' of consumers with characteristics specified by the publisher at the time of publication. IGM systems must support thousands of users and an infinite number of implicit groups formed on demand as messages are published. These groups may be messaged repeatedly or once only, with group sizes scaling from no members to the entire network. Load distribution is a key problem of such systems. This paper broadens our earlier work [D. Cutting, B. Landfeldt, A. Quigley, Implicit group messaging over peer-to-peer networks, in: A. Montresor, A. Wierzbicki, N. Shahmehri (Eds.), Sixth IEEE International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing (P2P2006), IEEE Computer Society, Cambridge, United Kingdom, September 2006, pp. 125
Daniel Cutting, Aaron J. Quigley, Björn Landf
Added 25 Dec 2010
Updated 25 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2008
Authors Daniel Cutting, Aaron J. Quigley, Björn Landfeldt
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