20th International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications - Volume 1 (AINA'06) (2006)
Apr. 18, 2006 to Apr. 20, 2006
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/AINA.2006.308
Kenichi Watanabe , Tokyo Denki University
Yoshio Nakajima , Tokyo Denki University
Naohiro Hayashibara , Tokyo Denki University
Makoto Takizawa , Tokyo Denki University
Tomoya Enokido , Rissho University
S. M. Deen , S.M. Deen
An object is a unit of resource distributed in a peer-topeer (P2P) overlay network. Service supported by an object is modeled to be a set of methods. It is critical to discuss which peer can manipulate an object in which method, i.e. only a peer granted an access right (permission) can manipulate an object. First, an application has to find target peers which can manipulate a target object. In this paper, we take an acquaintance approach to finding and manipulating objects. Here, it is critical to discuss how much a peer trusts each acquaintance peer. We define the trustworthiness of each acquaintance peer in terms of how satisfiable a response from the peer is for each access request.
M. Takizawa, T. Enokido, K. Watanabe, N. Hayashibara, S. M. Deen and Y. Nakajima, "Service Oriented Trustworthiness of Acquaintances in Peer-to-Peer Overlay Networks," 20th International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications - Volume 1 (AINA'06)(AINA), Vienna, Austria, 2006, pp. 3-8.