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000052726 245__ $$aThe essence of P2P: A reference architecture for overlay networks
000052726 269__ $$a2005
000052726 260__ $$c2005
000052726 336__ $$aReports
000052726 520__ $$aThe success of the peer-to-peer idea has created a huge diversity of approaches. A wide variety of structures and architectures have been proposed. The terminology and abstractions used, however, are quite confusing since the P2P paradigm has interested researcher form various research communities (networking, databases, graph theory, biology, etc,) each using different abstractions and models. Still, the essential properties and abstraction of P2P systems are the same. In this paper we propose a reference architecture for P2P systems which is capable of modeling all existing P2P approaches. Such reference architecture will allow researchers to assess the properties of concrete systems and establishes a common vocabulary for scientific discussions. In a second step the model can be applied for defining a standardized API to make P2P systems interoperable.
000052726 6531_ $$aPeer-to-peer
000052726 6531_ $$asoftware architecture
000052726 700__ $$0240941$$aAberer, Karl$$g134136
000052726 700__ $$aAlima, Luc Onana
000052726 700__ $$aGhodsi, Ali
000052726 700__ $$aGirdzijauskas, Sarunas
000052726 700__ $$0241621$$aHauswirth, Manfred$$g150332
000052726 700__ $$aHaridi, Seif
000052726 8564_ $$s253494$$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/52726/files/IC_TECH_REPORT_2005023.pdf$$zn/a
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000052726 937__ $$aLSIR-REPORT-2005-009
000052726 970__ $$a2005023/IC
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000052726 980__ $$aREPORT