Towards a Lightweight Content-based Publish/Subscribe Services for Peer-to-peer Systems

Authors
Jordi Pujol-Ahullo, Pedro Garcia-Lopez, Antonio F Gomez-Skarmeta
Publication date
2009/1/1
Journal
International journal of grid and utility computing
Volume
1
Issue
3
Pages
239-251
Publisher
Inderscience Publishers
Description
Peer-to-peer networks are unmanaged systems, where all participants cooperate in order to
maintain the network structure and the services they provide. Particularly, structured peer-to-
peer networks provide efficient, logarithmic communication cost between any pair of nodes.
However, publish/subscribe (pub/sub) overlay networks (eg Scribe or Bayeux) built atop of
these peer-to-peer networks incur additional costs (like the pub/sub overlay maintenance,
node churning, pub/sub links resolution).

Special Issue on Efficient Resource, Service and Data Models for Grid and P2P-Enabled Applications.

International Journal of Grid and Utility Computing (IJGUC). Paper Accepted, January 2009. ISSN: 1741-8488 (Online), 1741-847X (Print).

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