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With the development of the mobile communication technology and P2P, a combination of mobile computing and P2P, MP2P, has revealed its attractions. Compared to traditional P2P, characteristics of MP2P include unreliable connection, limited bandwidth and constrains of mobile devices. Although there have existed some classic lookup protocols for traditional(More)
Resource discovery and locating is an important research area in mobile peer-to-peer (MP2P). Among all kinds of lookup methods, using indices to accelerate search is popular because of its simplicity and efficiency. In indices algorithms, nodes keep indices over the data of all nodes within R hops of themselves, where R is known as the radius of the index.(More)
A monkey model (Cynomolgus) was established to evaluate the delayed neurological damage evident at areas distant from ischemic cerebral foci. In addition to proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) monitoring in life, histological examinations of specimens of the brain was conducted on lesions produced 6h and 1, 2, 4 and 8 weeks after unilateral (left)(More)
A hint-based file locating & routing mechanism was proposed to improve the performance of peer-to-peer file sharing systems. The framework was based on the Freenet document routing model with file location hints to enhance the performance of file searching and downloading. Experiment shows that the proposed mechanism improves the system performance by(More)
Hint-based Locating & Routing Mechanism (HBLR) derives from the locating & routing mechanism in Freenet. HBLR uses file location hint to enhance the performance of file searching and downloading. In comparison with its ancestor, HBLR saves storage space and reduces file request latency. However, because of the inherent fallibility of hint, employing(More)
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