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23rd IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS'03)
PeerCQ:A Decentralized and Self-Configuring Peer-to-Peer Information Monitoring System
Providence, Rhode Island
May 19-May 22
ISBN: 0-7695-1920-2
Bugra Gedik, Georgia Institute of Technology
Ling Liu, Georgia Institute of Technology
PeerCQ is a totally decentralize system that performs information monitoring tasks over a network of peers with heterogeneous capabilities. It uses Continual Queries (CQs) as its primitives to express information- monitoring requests. A primary objective of the PeerCQ system is to build a decentralize Internet scale distributed information-monitoring system, which is highly scalable, self-configurable and supports efficient and robust way of processing CQs. This paper describes the basic architecture of the PeerCQ system and focuses on the mechanisms use for service partitioning at the P2P protocol layer. A set of initial experiments is reported, demonstrating the sensitiveness of the PeerCQ approach to large scale P2P information monitoring and the effectiveness of the PeerCQ service-partitioning algorithms with respect to load balancing and system utilization.
Citation:
Bugra Gedik, Ling Liu, "PeerCQ:A Decentralized and Self-Configuring Peer-to-Peer Information Monitoring System," icdcs, pp.490, 23rd IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS'03), 2003
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