Towards Peer-to-Peer Information Management Systems

@inproceedings{Zaihrayeu2006TowardsPI,
  title={Towards Peer-to-Peer Information Management Systems},
  author={Ilya Zaihrayeu},
  year={2006}
}
Peer-to-Peer (P2P) is a fully distributed communication model in which parties (aka peers) have equivalent functional capabilities in providing each other with data and services. Because they are totally autonomous, peers are independent of other peers in which data they store, in which other peers they interoperate with, and in how they process peers’ service requests. While the cost of participation for a single peer is limited to seldom answering of peers’ requests, the benefit of a peer… CONTINUE READING

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