Efficient and Flexible Search in Large Scale Distributed Systems

  title={Efficient and Flexible Search in Large Scale Distributed Systems},
  author={Reaz Ahmed},
Peer-to-peer (P2P) technology has triggered a wide range of distributed systems beyond simple file-sharing. Distributed XML databases, distributed computing, server-less web publishing and networked resource/service sharing are only a few to name. Despite of the diversity in applications, these systems share a common problem regarding searching and discovery of information. This commonality stems from the transitory nodes population and volatile information content in the participating nodes… CONTINUE READING


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