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The Study of the Configuration Module Based on PDMS in GECISM

Author: LiZhiPing
Tutor: WangFengXian
School: Hebei University
Course: Applied Computer Technology
Keywords: Computer immune GECISM P2P Distributed database Reputation system
CLC: TP311.13
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2007
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The the P2P structure has a robust , decentralized nature , load balancing and scalability, and other characteristics , is one of the direction of the development of next-generation Internet technology , attracting much attention in the area of file sharing and distributed computing . With the development of the Internet , traditional LAN-based distributed database management and shared WAN within the data appeared to be inadequate , poor scalability , and this has the strict requirements of the architecture is difficult to adapt to the dynamic characteristics of the Internet . DHT (Distributed Hash Table) structured P2P network robustness , self - adaptability , availability, and load balancing features , but its lack of means to manage complex semantic data only supports keyword exact match queries . This is precisely the advantages of distributed database technology , P2P technology and distributed data combined to overcome the lack of P2P technology , data management and information sharing within the scope of the WAN . This paper gives a model design based on the the P2P distributed databases GECISM multi-machine configuration , network sublayer of which model is based on the analysis of the various characteristics of P2P network model based on the the DHT-Chord network structure ; data the network segmentation method and resource Locator detailed design ; using a distributed reputation system based on public key cryptosystem to guarantee the availability of the network .

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