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A Study on Peer Data Management Systems for P2P Networks
|關鍵字:||Peer Data Management System|
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|摘要:||近年來，P2P技術已經漸漸地受到學術界與業界的重視，因此有越來越多的學者投入這方面的研究。目前已經有CAN、Pastry、Chord、Tapstry等許多P2P系統被提出來。然而，這類型的系統只能提供簡單的查詢。因此，有另一種類型的P2P系統被提出來，這類型的系統被稱之為PDMS (Peer Data Management System)。PDMS主要是利用metadata來對資源進行描述，不但使得對資源的描述變得更有彈性，也能支援複雜的查詢。不過大部分的PDMS依然是使用關鍵字進行查詢，只有少部分的PDMS是使用RDF進行查詢。因此，本論文提出了一個建構於ML-Chord架構下的分散式RDF儲存庫。主要作法是將節點依照本身所擁有的資源加入到適當的資源層中，查詢時只需要在適當的資源層當中進行搜尋，進一步提升了搜尋速度並降低了搜尋成本。|
In recent years, peer-to-peer (P2P) computing has attracted much attention in both research and industrial communities. Many P2P systems have been proposed such as CAN, Pastry, Chord, Tapstry, etc., but they can only support exact-match lookups. There is a new arena of P2P research, called peer data management system (PDMS), they use metadata which provide great flexibility for annotating resources to describe the shared resources and can support complex queries. However, most of them use the keywords to locate the corresponding resources, and only a few of them can support RDF queries to retrieve the RDF documents that describe the requested resources. In this thesis, we propose a distributed RDF repository called RDF-Chord. In RDF-Chord, nodes are assigned into the appropriate ring sets based on the shared resources and a query is forward only to a subset nodes that stores the indexes of the requested resources by using the appropriate ring sets. Via detailed simulations, we show that our approach is highly scalable and can resolve RDF queries efficiently.
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