Design and Implementation of a Novel Peer-to-Peer Information Retrieval Framework

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Executive Summary

Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Information Retrieval framework consists of a peer to peer network of nodes, which voluntarily agree to share their resources by joining the network. While joining these nodes construct the active peer list. Each peer maintains a B+ tree containing IP hash values. The files are distributed over the peer to peer network based on the keywords. The files are initially uploaded into the target node based on the closest match between the hash values of the IP address of the node and the keywords used to index the file. While searching, the target node is identified by finding the closest match between the hash value of the keyword and the IP address hash from the B+ tree stored in the peers.

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