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Title: Dynamic data consistency maintenance in peer-to-peer caching system
Authors: GAO SONG
Keywords: Peer-to-Peer, cache consistency, dymanic data
Issue Date: 23-Sep-2004
Citation: GAO SONG (2004-09-23). Dynamic data consistency maintenance in peer-to-peer caching system. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: On-line decision making often involves significant amount of time-varying data, which can be regarded as dynamic data. Maintaining dynamic data consistency in existing P2P systems is often inefficient. Most of the previous P2P research works are predominantly remaining at the static files management. In this paper, we focus on the problemof maintaining consistency of dynamic data items in an overlay network of cooperating peers. We present PeerCast, an adaptive framework for efficiently disseminating dynamic data in P2P environments. Our approach combines application-level multicasting and demand-driven dissemination filtering techniques to provide efficiency and load balancing in maintaining dynamic data consistency with cooperation of peers.
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