Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Meka, Anudeep Author's Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org URN etd-01062012-130016 Title Design And Analysis of Peer 2 Peer Operating System Degree Master of Science (M.S.) Department Computer Science Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Mukhopadhyay,Suprathik Committee Chair Busch , Konstantin Committee Member Chen,Jianhua Committee Member Zhang,Jian Committee Member Keywords
- peer 2 peer
Date of Defense 2011-12-08 Availability unrestricted AbstractThe peer to peer computing paradigm has become a popular paradigm for deploying distributed applications. Examples: Kadmelia, Chord, Skype, Kazaa, Big Table. Multiagent systems have become a dominant paradigm within AI for deploying reasoning and analytics applications. Such applications are compute-intensive.
In disadvantaged networks the ad-hoc architecture is the most suitable one. Examples: military scenarios, disaster scenarios.
We combine the paradigms of peer-to-peer computing, multiagent systems, cloud computing, and ad-hoc networks to create the new paradigm of ad-hoc peer-to-peer mobile agent cloud (APMA cloud) that can provide the computing power of a cloud in “disadvantaged” regions (e.g., through RF using a router or GPRS)
– To this end we have designed and implemented a peer to peer operating system –PPOS that can leverage the computing power of such a cloud.
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