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An Active Peer-to-Peer System for Heterogeneous Service Provisioning

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4 Author(s)
Chi-hung Chi ; School of Software, Tsinghua University. Email: ; Mu Su ; Lin Liu ; Hong Guang Wang

Nowadays, peer-to-peer systems witness increasing number of queries with heterogeneous presentation requirements from peers resided on diverse devices. Unfortunately, conventional peer-to-peer file sharing systems can not effectively address this problem because they share and deliver objects with mono-presentation. This paper proposes App.Net.P2P architecture that aims to implements effective content delivery on peer-to-peer networks for heterogeneous service requirements. App.Net.P2P allows the peer node deliver original or intermediate objects with the associated processing logic to other peers, since the intermediate objects normally have higher reusability than their final presentations. And the peer is able to generate the correct presentations by dynamically downloading mobile applications from remote peers. Our simulation shows that by choosing appropriate replication strategies, App.Net.P2P can achieve higher system performance than conventional peer-to-peer systems minor overhead

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2006 IEEE International Conference on Information Reuse & Integration

Date of Conference:

16-18 Sept. 2006