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The open-source Project JXTA [1,2,3] is the industry leading peer-to-peer (P2P) platform originally conceived by Sun Microsystems Inc. and designed with the participation of a small but growing number of experts from academic institutions and industry. The Project JXTA protocols establish a virtual network overlay on top of the Internet and non-IP networks,(More)
The Web, the collection of all devices connected to the Internet, is on the verge of experiencing a massive evolution from a Web of Computers to a Web of Things as new devices such as phones, beepers, sensors, wearable computers , telemetry sensors, and tracking agents connect to the Internet. The open-source Project JXTA was initiated a year ago to specify(More)
Features of the P2P model, such as scalability and volatility tolerance, have motivated its use in distributed systems. Several generic P2P libraries have been proposed for building distributed applications. However, very few experimental evaluations of these frameworks have been conducted, especially at large scales. Such experimental analyses are(More)
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