2015 10th International Conference on P2P, Parallel, Grid, Cloud and Internet Computing (3PGCIC) (2015)
Nov. 4, 2015 to Nov. 6, 2015
There has been an exponential growth of the multimedia data shared through Internet, and managing this amount of information has become a great provocation. Classical Peer-to-peer systems has proven their great contribution in data distribution over the Internet. Bio-inspired Peer-to-Peer overlays have become a challenging research topic in the computer science field since the beginning of this decade. Starting from ant colonies to bee swarms or fish banks all this natural phenomenon has become an inspiring source for researchers. Data dissemination for crowd management is also a very actual research topic in the computer science community. In this paper we present SPIDER, a new Peer-to-Peer structured overlay based on a natural structure of a spider web and some possible uses cases for crowd management using data dissemination. The main goal of this paper is to offer a brief description of the main operations in this kind of overlay from joining to leaving the overlay. The performance of this overlay is presented as theoretical results.
Peer-to-peer computing, Internet, Computer science, Protocols, Servers, Mobile computing
B. Mocanu, F. Pop, A. M. Mocanu, C. Dobre and V. Cristea, "SPIDER: A Bio-inspired Structured Peer-to-Peer Overlay for Data Dissemination," 2015 10th International Conference on P2P, Parallel, Grid, Cloud and Internet Computing (3PGCIC), Krakow, Poland, 2015, pp. 291-295.