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Peer-to-Peer versus Unicast : Two Approaches to Data Transmission in Overlay Public-Resource Computing System

@inproceedings{Chmaj2012PeertoPeerVU,
  title={Peer-to-Peer versus Unicast : Two Approaches to Data Transmission in Overlay Public-Resource Computing System},
  author={G. Chmaj},
  year={2012}
}
Recently, applications using Peer-to-Peer and Grid-computing techniques have been gaining much attention due to the growing requirement for data processing. In this work we focus on public-resource computing systems known also as global computing systems or peer-to-peer computing systems. We address the problem of data transmission in overlaybased public-resource computing systems and examine two approaches: peer-to-peer (P2P) and unicast. As the objective we use cost of the system… Expand
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