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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This paper presents P2P-DIET, an implemented resource sharing system that unifies one-time and continuous query processing in super-peer networks. P2P-DIET offers a simple data model for the description of network resources based on attributes with values of type text and a query language based on concepts from Information Retrieval. The focus of this paper is on the main modelling concepts of P2P-DIET (metadata, advertisements and queries), the routing algorithms (inspired by thedoi:10.1007/978-3-540-30192-9_49 fatcat:3bkcz75e7ralxal64gdozxfstq