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Various peer-to-peer (P2P) architectures for ad-hoc networks have been proposed over the last few years. Most of them are unstruc-tured and use some form of flooding to locate content, because the physical constraints of the underlying network make the construction of arbitrary application-layer overlays impractical. In this paper, we study the problem of(More)
Research on Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) has developed highly optimized software environments fitting the limited hardware resource constraints of Motes. Unfortunately, these environments suffer from relatively complex programming models. Nowadays well known languages such as Java and optimized JVMs become available and simplify the application(More)
Since the appearance of Napster in early 1999, peer-to-peer (P2P) networks have experienced tremendous growth. The P2P architectures can be categorized into two main classes: un-structured and structured P2P overlays. Unstructured overlays do not impose a rigid relation between the overlay topology and the indices/resources placement, as flooding or random(More)
The program consisted of one day dedicated for the formal presentations of the recent and ongoing works of the students, another day for a brainstorming and a third day for consolidating ideas and establishing pair wise interactions between the participants that identified collaborative opportunities. On the last day the structure and much of the content of(More)
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