By Beng Chin Ooi, Wee Siong Ng, Kian-Lee Tan, AoYing Zhou (auth.), Gianluca Moro, Claudio Sartori, Munindar P. Singh (eds.)
Peer-to-peer (P2P) computing is at present attracting huge, immense public awareness, spurred by means of the recognition of file-sharing platforms resembling Napster, Gnutella, Morpheus, Kaza, and several other others. In P2P structures, a truly huge variety of self reliant computing nodes, the friends, depend upon one another for prone. P2P networks are rising as a brand new disbursed computing paradigm as a result of their power to harness the computing energy and the garage ability of the hosts composing the community, and since they discover a totally open decentralized atmosphere the place each person can take part autonomously. even though researchers engaged on dispensed computing, multiagent platforms, databases, and networks were utilizing related thoughts for a very long time, it's only lately that papers prompted by means of the present P2P paradigm have all started showing in prime quality meetings and workshops. particularly, study on agent platforms seems to be such a lot appropriate simply because multiagent platforms have continuously been considered networks of self reliant friends due to the fact that their inception. brokers, which are superimposed at the P2P structure, embrace the outline of activity environments, decision-support features, social behaviors, belief and attractiveness, and interplay protocols between friends. The emphasis on decentralization, autonomy, ease, and pace of progress that provides P2P its benefits additionally results in major strength difficulties. such a lot famous between those are coordination – the facility of an agent to make judgements by itself activities within the context of actions of different brokers, and scalability – the worth of the P2P structures in how good they self-organize with a purpose to scale alongside numerous dimensions, together with complexity, heterogeneity of associates, robustness, site visitors redistribution, etc.
This publication brings jointly an advent, 3 invited articles, and revised types of the papers offered on the moment overseas Workshop on brokers and Peer-to-Peer Computing, AP2PC 2003, held in Melbourne, Australia, July 2003.
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