HiPeer: An Evolutionary Approach to P2P Systems
Source: Technische Universität Berlin
The current work deals with the problem of resource management in P2P systems. The authors have proposed an evolutionary concept that enables self-management of nodes and resources in P2P networks. The approach is evolutionary in the sense that it unveals a new step in the P2P research. The work achieved in this dissertation can be subdivided in two main parts: In the first part, they have developed a structured approach of a P2P architecture that organizes nodes and resources of a P2P network in a Concentric Multi-Ring (CMR) overlay. Resources are replicated by using a slightly modified approach of the Distributed Hash Table (DHT) concept.