Scalable information sharing utilizing decentralized P2P networking integrated with centralized personal and group media tools

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Scalable information sharing utilizing decentralized P2P networking integrated with centralized personal and group media tools is a 2006 conference paper written in English by Guozhen Z., Qun J. and published in Proceedings - International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications, AINA.

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We proposed a collaborative information sharing environment based on P2P networking technology, to support communication among special groups with given tasks, ensure fast information exchange, increase the productivity of working groups, and reduce maintenance and administration costs in our previous work. However, for a social growing community, not only the information exchange/sharing functions are necessary, but also solutions to support users with idea and knowledge publication tools for private purpose or public use are essential. Some private message (personal idea and experience) posting tools (e.g., weblog) and group collaborative knowledge editing tools (e.g., Wikis) are used in practice; the merits of these tools have been recognized. In this paper, we propose a scalable information sharing solution, which integrates decentralized P2P networking with centralized personal/group media tools. This solution combines the effective tools, such as weblog and Wiki, into P2P-based collaborative groupware system, to facilitate infinite, growing and scalable information management and sharing for individuals and groups.

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