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We consider the problem of building a P2P-based search engine for massive document collections. We describe a prototype system called ODISSEA (Open DIStributed Search Engine Architecture) that is currently under development in our group. ODISSEA provides a highly distributed global indexing and query execution service that can be used for content residing inside or outside of a P2P network. ODIS-SEA is different from many other approaches to P2P search in that it assumes a two-tier searchdblp:conf/webdb/SuelMWZDKLS03 fatcat:b3slfboodffefaezet5h5qmbyy