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Data mining is used to extract hidden information from large databases. In Peer-to-Peer context, a challenging problem is how to find the appropriate Peer to deal with a given query without overly consuming bandwidth. Different methods proposed routing strategies of queries taking into account the P2P network at hand. An unstructured P2P system based on an organization of Peers around Super-Peers that are connected to Super-Super-Peer according to their semantic domains is considered. This paper integrates Decision Trees in P2P architectures for predicting Query-Suitable Super-Peers representing a community of Peers, where one among them is able to answer the given query.
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