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A Peer-to-Peer Architecture for Delivering E-Services

Kalogeraki, Vana; Pruyne, Jim; van Moorsel, Aad


Keyword(s): peer-to-peer; e-services; real-time; scalable; decentralized systems

Abstract: Peer-to-peer architectures have been proposed to bring an earthquake to interactions on the Internet by enabling real-time direct sharing of computer resources and services. In this paper we use the peer- to-peer model to deliver e-services in a timely and reliable way. The challenge is to use the collective ability of many devices - wireless and wired - to work together to perform a task, solve a problem or complete a transaction. The proposed peer-to-peer based system is autonomous, decentralized and scalable. Our system is based on a multiple feedback loop structure that coordinates the applications and system resources in an integrated manner; monitors the behavior of the e-services transparently; and, schedules the system resources dynamically. Notes: To be published in the International Conference on Advances in Infrastructure for Electronic Business, Science, and Education on the Internet, L'Aquilla, Italy, August 6-12, 2001.

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