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Tampa, FL, USA
Nov. 16, 2004 to Nov. 18, 2004
ISBN: 0-7695-2260-2
pp: 6-14
Daniel Bauer , IBM Zurich Research Laboratory, Switzerland
Paul Hurley , IBM Zurich Research Laboratory, Switzerland
Roman Pletka , IBM Zurich Research Laboratory, Switzerland
Marcel Waldvogel , IBM Zurich Research Laboratory, Switzerland
ABSTRACT
Interest in distributed storage is fueled by demand for reliability and resilience combined with ubiquitous availability. Peer-to-peer (P2P) storage networks are known for their decentralized control, self-organization, and adaptation. Advanced searching for documents and resources remains an open problem. The ooding approach favored by some P2P networks is ineffiencient in resource usage, but more scalable and resource-efficient solutions based on Distributed Hash Tables (DHT) lack in query expressiveness and exibility. In this paper, we address this issue and introduce new efficient, scalable, and completely distributed methods that strive to keep resource consumption by queries and index information as low as possible. We describe how to improve the handling of multiple subqueries combined through boolean set operators. The need for these operators is intensified y applications to go beyond simple exact keyword matches. We discuss, optimize, and analyze appropriate extensions to support range and prefix matching in DHTs.
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CITATION
Daniel Bauer, Paul Hurley, Roman Pletka, Marcel Waldvogel, "Bringing Efficient Advanced Queries to Distributed Hash Tables", LCN, 2004, Proceedings. 29th Annual IEEE International Conference on Local Computer Networks. LCN 2004, Proceedings. 29th Annual IEEE International Conference on Local Computer Networks. LCN 2004 2004, pp. 6-14, doi:10.1109/LCN.2004.32
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