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Aggregate Query Processing In Peer To Peer Networks With Synopsis

queries feasible and potentially more frequent The concurrent execution of multiple and often identical distributed aggregate queries can place a high burden on the data sources This paper identifies the scalability bottlenecks that can arise in large peertopeer networks from the execution of

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Distributed Online Aggregations Proceedings Of The Vldb

Distributed Online Aggregations Proceedings Of The Vldb

In many decision making applications users typically issue aggregate queries to evaluate these computationally expensive queries online aggregation has been developed to

Real Datasets For Filesharing Peertopeer Systems

Real Datasets For Filesharing Peertopeer Systems

Abstract the fundamental drawback of unstructured peertopeer p2p networks is the 176oodingbased query processing protocol that seriously limits their scalability as a result a signicant amount of research work has focused on designing ecient search protocols that

Characterizing The Query Behavior In Peertopeer File

Characterizing The Query Behavior In Peertopeer File

This paper characterizes the query behavior of peers in a peertopeer p2p file sharing system in contrast to previous work which provides various aggregate workload statistics we characterize peer behavior in a form that can be used for constructing representative synthetic workloads for evaluating new p2p system designs in

Gossipbased Distribution Estimation In Peertopeer

Gossipbased Distribution Estimation In Peertopeer

Exchange of data and uses data synopsis techniques for minimizing the amount of data exchanged between pairs of nodes nodes maintain a xedsize array of entries and periodically exchange and accumulate information obtained from other peers previous work has focused on the diagnosis of individual aggregate values such as averages sums

Supporting Efficient Recursive Query Processing In Dhts

Supporting Efficient Recursive Query Processing In Dhts

Abstract although various approaches have been proposed to process complex queries such as range queries join queries aggregate queries and etc in peertopeer data management research we find currently there are no efficient techniques to support linear recursive queries which is also one indispensable types of queries and exhibits crucial importance in many scenarios

Handbook Of Peertopeer Networking Xuemin Sherman

Handbook Of Peertopeer Networking Xuemin Sherman

Peertopeer networking is a disruptive technology for large scale distributed app cations that has recently gained wide interest due to the successes of peertopeer p2p content sharing media streaming and telephony applications there are a large range of other applications under development

Peer To Peer File Sharing Database Project Source Code In

Peer To Peer File Sharing Database Project Source Code In

Peer to peer file sharing database project description peer to peer file sharing database project explains about implementing a sampling based computing technique for increasing consistency and increase query processing time in ad hoc aggregation databases on internet peer to peer networks utilize 70 percent of bandwidth and lot of load comes from query processing

Gossipbased Computation Of Aggregate Information

Gossipbased Computation Of Aggregate Information

For example largescale peertopeer p2p networks with want to stop processing a query after some time when the approximation guarantee is good enough this can be done cessing complex aggregate queries over data streams in proc 2002 acm sigmod pages 6172 2002

Peter Triantafillou University Of Warwick

Peter Triantafillou University Of Warwick

P triantafillou t pitoura towards a unifying framework for complex query processing over structured peertopeer data networks vldb 03 workshop on databases information systems and peertopeer computing september 2003

Tinycasper A Privacypreserving Aggregate Location

Tinycasper A Privacypreserving Aggregate Location

Niques designed for wireless sensor networks on the other side the aggregate query processing module is embedded inside the server to support aggregate query processing over anonymized locations tinycasper system administrators can change the privacy requirement ie kanonymity requirement at anytime finally system users can issue snap

Peertopeer Systems October 2010 Communications Of

Peertopeer Systems October 2010 Communications Of

Peertopeer p2p computing has attracted significant interest in recent years originally sparked by the release of three influential systems in 1999 the napster musicsharing system the freenet anonymous data store and the setihome volunteerbased scientific computing projects

Aggregate Data With Xquery Oracle Magazine

Aggregate Data With Xquery Oracle Magazine

Displaying the results the xquery expression shown in listing 5 can be passed on as an ad hoc query to oracle xds or the query can be stored for reuse you can store the xquery expression in listing 5 and then execute it by using one of the oracle xds client apis java client api jsp

Ieee Transactions On Parallel And Distributed

Ieee Transactions On Parallel And Distributed

Its broadcast if q is a duplicate peer p drops the query else peer p sends results from its local file index to peer qif the query qs ttl has not yet expired qttl gt 0 then peer p forwards the query q with its ttl decremented by 1 to all its neighbors except peer q fig 1 provides a sketch of query processing in broadcaststyle

Definition Of Aggregate Query Processing

Definition Of Aggregate Query Processing

Definition of aggregate query processing aggregate analytic window query over spatial data and propose techniques to answer the query in spatial databases with different indexes such as grids and quadtree different various types of aggregate analytic queries may have different aggregate functions

Aggregate Query Processing In The Presence Of Duplicates

Aggregate Query Processing In The Presence Of Duplicates

Using the peertree as a building block we present a peertopeer query processing model where a query can be posed in any node of the network without the need of a central server

Olap Query Reformulation In Peertopeer Data

Olap Query Reformulation In Peertopeer Data

Jul 01 2012nbsp018332in this direction a hybrid approach taking advantage of sampling techniques and approximate query processing to optimize performances for aggregate queries has been proposed in though the authors rely on a peertopeer network they neglect the issues related to the semantic heterogeneity that characterizes federated data warehouse systems

An Unstructured Peertopeer Approach To Aggregate Node

An Unstructured Peertopeer Approach To Aggregate Node

A iamnitchi and i foster a peertopeer approach to resource location in grid environments grid resource management state of the art and future trends pages 413429 2004 google scholar digital library m jelasity w kowalczyk and m van steen an approach to massively distributed aggregate computing on peertopeer networks

Gossipbased Reputation Aggregation For Unstructured

Gossipbased Reputation Aggregation For Unstructured

When a peer intends to query the global reputation of another peer it will broadcast the query message when a peer wants to report its feedbacks it will broadcast the reports this method will impose a lot of message in the network besides when network size is very large it will take a long time to disseminate peer reports and to get a

Top K Query Processing In Mobilep2p Networks Using

Top K Query Processing In Mobilep2p Networks Using

This work proposes the etop system for the efficient processing of topk queries in mobile ad hoc peer to peer mp2p networks using economic incentive schemesin etop brokers facilitate topk query processing in lieu of a commissionetop issues economic rewards to the mobile peers which send relevant data items ie those that contribute to the topk query result and penalizes peers

An Introduction To Peertopeer Networks

An Introduction To Peertopeer Networks

The network n superpeers are automatically chosen by the system based on their capacities storage bandwidth etc and availability connection time n users upload their list of files to a superpeer n superpeers periodically exchange file lists n you send queries to a superpeer for files of interest

University Of Southern California

University Of Southern California

Fixedprecision approximate continuous aggregate queries in peertopeer databases a multilayered query processing framework for patiotemporal s data acmgis 2009 u demiryurek f banaeikashani and c shahabi ercknn efficient continuous nearest neighbor query in spatial networks using euclidian restriction

A Knowledgebased Approach To Multiplayer Games In Peer

A Knowledgebased Approach To Multiplayer Games In Peer

Dec 12 2018nbsp018332multiplayer computer games frequently rely on centralised clientserver solutions with limited scalability and a single point of failure replicating servers and performing loadbalancing mitigate some issues but create other problems like synchronising information among servers and controlling network traffic in this paper we present a fully distributed peertopeer approach to

Improving Search In Peertopeer Networks

Improving Search In Peertopeer Networks

Network nodes spend processing resources ie cycles to forward the query process it etc and bandwidth to send and receive messages the main cost of queries are therefore bandwidth and processing since the cost of a query is not incurred at any single node in the network it makes sense to discuss costs in aggregate ie overall the

Abstract Approximating Aggregation Queries In Peerto

Abstract Approximating Aggregation Queries In Peerto

Peertopeer databases the peertopeer network model is quickly becoming the preferred medium for file sharing and distributing data over the internet a peertopeer p2p network consists of numerous peer nodes that share data and resources with other peers on an equal basis unlike traditional clientserver models no central

Designing A Superpeer Network Stanford University

Designing A Superpeer Network Stanford University

A network of superpeers superpeer networks strike a balance between the inherent efciency of centralized search and the autonomy load balancing and robustness to attacks provided by distributed search furthermore they take advantage of the heterogeneity of capabilities eg bandwidth processing power across peers which recent studies