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Title: Adaptive P2P platform for data sharing
Keywords: P2P, Peer-to-Peer, BestPeer, PeerDB, PeerOLAP, Data Sharing
Issue Date: 19-May-2004
Citation: NG WEE SIONG (2004-05-19). Adaptive P2P platform for data sharing. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In a distributed P2P system, nodes of equivalent capabilities and responsibilities pool their resources together in order to share information and services. Such systems are inexpensive, easy to use and highly scalable. In order to deal with the scale and dynamism that characterize P2P systems, a paradigm shift is required; that includes self-organization, adaptation and fine granularity query support as intrinsic properties. In this thesis, we present some preliminary fundamental results, and describe our initial work in the construction of an adaptive P2P data sharing and management system. First, we present a conceptual framework that facilitates finer granularity data access and sharing. Second, we investigate the impact of decision making without relying on global knowledge. Third, we study the effectiveness of various data placement policies on a network with dynamic participants. Finally, we attempt to provide a methodology for data acquisition on heterogeneous data sources environments.
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