Reliable and Scalable Distributed Hash Tables Harnessing Hyperbolic Coordinates

@article{Tiendrebeogo2012ReliableAS,
  title={Reliable and Scalable Distributed Hash Tables Harnessing Hyperbolic Coordinates},
  author={Telesphore Tiendrebeogo and Daouda Ahmat and Damien Magoni},
  journal={2012 5th International Conference on New Technologies, Mobility and Security (NTMS)},
  year={2012},
  pages={1-6}
}
Distributed hash tables (DHT) need to route requests in a scalable way. Although several solutions do exist, they often require nodes to connect to each others in a given way. Greedy routing schemes based on virtual coordinates taken from the hyperbolic plane have attracted some interest in recent years. Such schemes can be used for building distributed hash tables while letting the nodes connect to the others as they wish. In this paper, we define a new scalable and reliable DHT system based… CONTINUE READING

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