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Title: Application networking for pervasive content delivery
Authors: SU MU
Keywords: Application Networking, Web, Peer-to-Peer, Pervasive Content Delivery, Content Adaptation
Issue Date: 14-Oct-2008
Citation: SU MU (2008-10-14). Application networking for pervasive content delivery. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This thesis proposes the Application Networking framework for pervasive content delivery. The framework integrates content delivery and content transformation into a unified service delivery process. A workflow structure is proposed to form the loosely coupled content service and enable partial service delivery in the network. A metadata based method is used to implement general purposed and service oriented content reuse. We propose the App.Net system, which applies the general framework in the Web content delivery context. Intelligent service placement algorithm is provided to minimize the server-to-proxy transmission cost by delivering partial content services in the optimal ways. The research is further expanded by the AN.P2P system, which applies the framework to the P2P networks. Mathematical analysis shows this method has general benefits in the heterogeneous environment. To implement cost-effective service replication and content reuse, dedicated solutions are proposed, including the selective replication, partial replication, and pointers cache methods.
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