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The blackboard resource discovery mechanism for P2P networks
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Volume: 16
Pages: 677 - 682
Research on Peer-to-Peer computing has attracted considerable attention in the last few years because of its ability to aggregate unused resources of computers that spend most of the time idle or with very modest workloads. This paper presents the Blackboard Resource Discovery Mechanism (BRDM) for peer-to-peer networks, a novel search algorithm for unstructured peer-to-peer networks. The simulation results show that BRDM outperforms other existing search algorithms in the following ways: it supports the discovery of objects distributed on a network as a whole rather than on a given part of it; it achieves more successful matches than other searching algorithms; it achieves reduced bandwidth consumption; and it is more adaptable in dynamic P2P networks.
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JournalProceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems
Open AccessNo