A Survey of Trust Management and Resource Discovery Technologies in Peer-to-Peer Applications

@inproceedings{Suryanarayana2002ASO,
  title={A Survey of Trust Management and Resource Discovery Technologies in Peer-to-Peer Applications},
  author={Girish Suryanarayana and Richard N. Taylor},
  year={2002}
}
Decentralized peer-to-peer (P2P) applications are characterized by the absence of a central authority or infrastructure that coordinates the behavior of entities in the system. These entities, called peers, interact directly with each other and make local autonomous decisions in order to achieve their individual goals. In the absence of a single authority that maintains all the data and handles all the queries, peers themselves are responsible for seeking, storing, and sharing information… CONTINUE READING
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