Gian Chand Sodhy

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Peer-to-Peer (P2P) computing is said to be the next wave of computing after client-server and web-based computing. It provides an opportunity to harness a lot of idle peer-resources such as desktop computers across the Internet, for solving large-scale computing applications. Each peer is autonomous and it needs incentive for sustained contribution of its(More)
On the web, most structured document collections consist of documents from different sources and marked up with different types of structures. The diversity of structures has led to the emergence of heterogeneous structured documents. The heterogeneity of structured documents is one of the reason for query-document mismatch in structured document retrieval.(More)
Peer-to-Peer (P2P) and grid computing are concerned with pooling and coordinating resources across the internet. Similar issues arise in both, for example resource discovery, monitoring, resource management, communications and security. Resource management increases the utilization of resources and enables uniform access to a wide variety of resources over(More)
Structured retrieval aims at exploiting the structural information of documents when searching for documents. Structured retrieval makes use of both content and structure of documents to improve information retrieval. Therefore, the availability of semantic structure in the documents is an important factor for the success of structured retrieval. However,(More)
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