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Search in Peer-to-Peer File-Sharing Systems: Like Metasearch Engines, But Not Really

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Peer-to-peer information systems have gained prominence of late with applications such as file sharing systems and grid computing. However, the information retrieval component of these systems is still limited because traditional techniques for searching and ranking are not directly applicable. This work compares search in peer-to-peer information systems to that in metasearch engines, and describes how they are unique. Many works describing advances in peer-to-peer information retrieval are cited.

Year: 2009
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