Voronoi-based adaptive scalable transfer revisited: gain and loss of a Voronoi-based peer-to-peer approach for MMOG

@inproceedings{Backhaus2007VoronoibasedAS,
  title={Voronoi-based adaptive scalable transfer revisited: gain and loss of a Voronoi-based peer-to-peer approach for MMOG},
  author={Helge Backhaus and Stefan Krause},
  booktitle={NETGAMES},
  year={2007}
}
We present and evaluate an implementation of VAST (Voronoi-based Adaptive Scalable Transfer) as proposed by Shun-Yun Hu and Guan-Ming Liao in Scalable Peer-to-Peer Networked Virtual Environment [4]. VAST is a fully-distributed peer-to-peer protocol, designed to handle event messages in MMOGs (Massively Multiplayer Online Games) and virtual worlds. VAST relies on voronoi diagrams and AOI (Areas Of Interest) for neighbor discovery. Benefits and problems of using voronoi diagrams in peer-to-peer… CONTINUE READING

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