CompuP 2 P : An Architecture for Sharing of Computing Resources In Peer-to-Peer Networks With Selfish Nodes

@inproceedings{Gupta2009CompuP2P,
  title={CompuP 2 P : An Architecture for Sharing of Computing Resources In Peer-to-Peer Networks With Selfish Nodes},
  author={Rohit Gupta and Arun K. Somani},
  year={2009}
}
CompuP2P is an architecture for sharing of computing resources in peer-to-peer (P2P) networks. It provide resources, such as processing power, memory storage etc., to user applications that might require them. CompuP2P creates dynamic markets for different amounts of computing resources without relying on any trusted centralized entity to monitor the activities of nodes in those markets. Moreover, the pricing of computing resources takes into account selfishness of network users and uses ideas… CONTINUE READING

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