P2P Information Retrieval Framework for Digital Library System
P2P Information Retrieval Framework is a modification of the pastry framework for distributed search application. This framework consists of a peer to peer network of nodes, which voluntarily agree to share their resources by joining the network. While joining the network these nodes construct the active peer list. The files are distributed over the peer to peer network based on the keywords. The searching request could be initialized in anyone of the peers in the peer to peer network. The search request consists of keywords from which unwanted words are removed. This search request is propagated in an incremental fashion across the nodes with the aim of finding the best node in the incremental fashion.