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Content distribution has become a major function of the Internet. However, the current Internet content distribution infrastructure is largely closed to end-to-end applications, making it challenging for the application community to utilize in-network storage resources. In this paper, we investigate a simple paradigm named SAILOR that introduces(More)
The majority of Smart Objects are constrained by some aspect of their performance (e.g. power, CPU, memory, etc.) and may not have the capability to directly connect to the Internet. A gateway (or proxy server) becomes a key requirement for interconnecting a local Smart Object subnet to the Internet. A Smart Object Gateway architecture allows for efficient(More)
The term dasiapeer-to-peerpsila (P2P) refers to a class of systems and applications that employ distributed resources to perform a critical function in a decentralized manner. We have successfully implemented a pure P2P system, dasiaPAFSpsila (peer-to-peer application for file sharing) that is fully decentralized in its manner, for sharing files over the(More)
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