NL-DHT: A Non-uniform Locality Sensitive DHT Architecture for Massively Multi-user Virtual Environment Applications

@article{Ratti2008NLDHTAN,
  title={NL-DHT: A Non-uniform Locality Sensitive DHT Architecture for Massively Multi-user Virtual Environment Applications},
  author={Saurabh Ratti and Behnoosh Hariri and Shervin Shirmohammadi},
  journal={2008 14th IEEE International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems},
  year={2008},
  pages={793-798}
}
DHT networks offer a scalable structure for use in massively multi-user virtual environments (MMVEs). However, an issue with DHT structures is their use of uniform location-independent ID assignment. This conflicts with the locality-sensitive non-uniform ID assignment needed to achieve efficient latency-aware routing in MMVE applications. Our proposed solution is to use a modified version of the Hilbert space-filling curve in order to map users¿ locations from three dimensional VE space into… CONTINUE READING

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