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A Virtual Discovery Network: An Index Data Structure for Adaptive Routing

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Lei Liu ; Member, IEEE, 3738 Evangelho Cir. San Jose CA 95148. lei.liu@sun.com

Distributed resource discovery is a crucial problem in a dynamic and mobile system task environment. Most existing discovery studies are designated for wired networks. In addition, conventional P2P discovery systems are content centric. In practice, majority of the solutions adopt centralized design and implementation strategies to locate a pool of resources. In this paper, a method of virtualized and adaptive resource discovery is presented. An index structure is the key entity in the study of an analytic model and adaptive query for attribute based range query routing. In addition, a scalable resource discovery overlay network is advocated. A design and implementation of a proof-of-concept and an empirical study are deliberated.

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Advanced Communication Technology, The 9th International Conference on  (Volume:3 )

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12-14 Feb. 2007