The peer-to-peer content distribution network (PCDN) is a hot topic recently, and it has a huge potential for massive data intensive applications on the Internet. One of the challenges in PCDN is routing for data sources and data deliveries. In this paper, we studied a type of network model which is formed by dynamic autonomy area, structured source servers and proxy servers. Based on this network model, we proposed a number of algorithms to address the routing and data delivery issues. According to the highly dynamics of the autonomy area, we established dynamic tree structure proliferation system routing, proxy routing and resource searching algorithms. The simulations results showed that the performance of the proposed network model and the algorithms are stable.
Field of Research
100503 Computer Communications Networks
Socio Economic Objective
890299 Computer Software and Services not elsewhere classified
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