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Peer-to-Peer Computing, IEEE International Conference on (2002)
Link?ping, Sweden
Sept. 5, 2002 to Sept. 7, 2002
ISBN: 0-7695-1810-9
pp: 144
Adam Wierzbicki , Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology and Warsaw University of Technology
Robert Strzelecki , Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology
Daniel Świerczewski , Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology
Mariusz Znojek , Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology
ABSTRACT
Rhubarb is a platform for building peer-to-peer (P2P) applications. Rhubarb offers an API similar to Berkeley sockets. Using Rhubarb, P2P applications can be developed that are independent of centralized resources and the DNS system. Rhubarb organizes nodes in a virtual network, allowing connections across firewalls/NAT, and efficient broadcasting. The virtual network is scalable due to a hierarchical organization and efficient state management. Rhubarb is securely protected against outside and inside attacks.
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R. Strzelecki, D. Świerczewski, A. Wierzbicki and M. Znojek, "Rhubarb: A Tool for Developing Scalable and Secure Peer-to-Peer Applications," Peer-to-Peer Computing, IEEE International Conference on(P2P), Link?ping, Sweden, 2002, pp. 144.
doi:10.1109/PTP.2002.1046324
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