Date Added: Aug 2010
Sharing musical files via the Internet was the essential motivation of early P2P systems. Despite of the great success of the P2P file sharing systems, these systems support only "Simple" queries. The focus in such systems is how to carry out an efficient query routing in order to find the nodes storing a desired file. Recently, several research works have been made to extend P2P systems to be able to share data having a fine granularity (i.e. atomic attribute) and to process queries written with a highly expressive language (i.e. SQL).