Towards a Peer2Peer world-wide-web for the broadband-enabled user community

Constantine Mantratzis, Mehmet Orgun

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Abstract

This paper aims to study the concept of a distributed World Wide Web archive that complements the existing WWW and "lives" across a vast Peer-to-Peer network of broadband-connected user nodes. It proposes the sharing of a web browser's cached data with other peers in an effort to provide an alternative resource to "discontinued" web documents with [normally] short life spans such as video and audio content as well as frequently restructured text pages. We have based this study on the success of existing file-sharing Peer-to-Peer networks and aim to extend their use further to facilitate content-oriented usage more appropriately while at the same time, addressing some of the major problems that arise from this.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNRBC'04 - Proceedings of the ACM Workshop on Next-Generation Residential Broadband Challenges
EditorsRoger Zimmermann, Seon Ho Kim
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherACM
Pages42-49
Number of pages8
ISBN (Print)1581139357, 9781581139358
Publication statusPublished - 2004
EventNRBC'04 - Proceedings of the ACM Workshop on Next-Generation Residential Broadband Challenges - New York, NY, United States
Duration: 15 Oct 200415 Oct 2004

Other

OtherNRBC'04 - Proceedings of the ACM Workshop on Next-Generation Residential Broadband Challenges
CountryUnited States
CityNew York, NY
Period15/10/0415/10/04

Keywords

  • Distributed World Wide Web
  • Peer 2 Peer

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