Department of Computer Engineering
S E M I N A R
An Opportunistic Peer-to-Peer Scheme for Content-Oriented Push/Pull Systems
Computer Engineering Department
Opportunistic networks are networks where nodes are not always connected, but have connection opportunities in time due to mobility. In such an environment there are many challenges in providing communication. In content- oriented networks the focus is on the content being exchanged, rather than the entities communicating. In this work, we propose an unstructured P2P scheme that will provide content-oriented communication in opportunistic networks. Users are able to push content to the network or query the network for a specific content and pull it. We define ways to use available local information, forwarding, caching, buffering mechanisms to realize such a system and performance metrics to measure its efficiency.
DATE: 9 November, 2009, Monday @ 15:40
PLACE: EA 409