2nd Doctoral Workshop on Mathematical and Engineering Methods in Computer Science

MEMICS 2006

Mikulov, 27.-29.10.2006

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Abstract

David Novák:

Load Balancing in Peer-to-Peer Data Networks

One of the issues considered in all Peer-to-Peer Data Networks, or Structured Overlays, is keeping a fair load distribution among the nodes participating in the network. Whilst this issue is well defined and basically solved for systems with relatively simple search paradigms, none of the existing solutions is appropriate nor applicable for similaritysearch networks. We suggest a new general solution of the load-balancing problem in P2P Data Networks, which is especially suitable for systems with time-consuming search operations. The framework proposed analyzes the source of the load precisely to choose right balancing action.

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