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Scalable multilateral communication technique for large-scale information systems

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4 Author(s)
Ragab, K. ; Tokyo Instiute of Technol., Japan ; Kaji, N. ; Moriyama, K. ; Mori, K.

Autonomous community information systems (ACIS) is a proposition made to contend with the extreme dynamism in the large-scale information system. ACIS is a decentralized bilateral-hierarchy architecture that forms a community of individual end-users (community members) having the same interests and demands in somewhere, at specified time. It allows the community members to mutually cooperate and share information without loading up any single node excessively. In this paper, an autonomous decentralized community communication technique is proposed to assure a flexible, scalable and a multilateral communication among the community members. The main ideas behind this communication technique are: content-code communication (communication service-based) for flexibility and multilateral benefits communication for scalable and productive cooperation among members. All members communicate productively for the satisfaction of all the community members. The scalability of the system's response time regardless of the number of the community members has been shown by simulation. Thus, the autonomous decentralized community communication technique reveals great results of the response time with continuous increasing in the total number of members.

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Computer Software and Applications Conference, 2003. COMPSAC 2003. Proceedings. 27th Annual International

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3-6 Nov. 2003