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—Distributed Hash Tables (DHTs) prove valuable for distributed architectures by providing distributed information lookup, routing, and data storage while promising good scala-bility and robustness at the same time. From this point of view, a DHT could be seen as a basic service that can be used to build distributed applications. Whereas today no widely(More)
The information quality of email exchanges is often low, and -- as mobile devices are more and more often used for communication -- it becomes increasingly important to try to improve the quality by providing additional information, related to email contents. The field of information extraction (IE) provides relevant tools to recognize objects that could(More)
Outsourcing data to external providers has gained momentum with the advent of cloud computing. Encryption allows data confidentiality to be preserved when outsourcing data to untrusted external providers that may be compromised by attackers. However, encryption has to be applied in a way that still allows the external provider to evaluate queries received(More)
The benefits of distributing a network simulation depend on characteristics of the simulated network. Performance improvements reported in the literature are comparatively low for peer-to-peer overlay networks in particular, as the logical topology of these networks can necessitate frequent synchronization between the processors executing the simulation. In(More)
For cloud-based outsourcing of confidential data, various techniques based on cryptography or data-fragmentation have been proposed, each with its own tradeoff between confidentiality, performance, and the set of supported queries. However, it is complex and error-prone to select appropriate techniques to individual scenarios manually. In this paper, we(More)