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SenPeer : un système pair-à-pair de médiation de données

Abstract : In this article we present SenPeer, a new Peer-to-Peer data management system allowing data sharing among experts working on the development of the Senegal river in a decentralized and lexible fashion. SenPeer has a Super-Peer network topology based on an organization of peers in semantic domains and in which peers can contribute XML documents, relational or object databases. Each peer exports its data in a common formalism which has a graph structure semantically enriched with a set of keywords in order to guide mappings discovery. Mappings discovery relies on a set of fuzzy similarity measures. Moreover they allow the establishement of a semantic topology that is independent of the underlying network topology which is the basis for intelligent query routing.
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David C. Faye, Gilles Nachouki, Patrick Valduriez. SenPeer : un système pair-à-pair de médiation de données. Revue Africaine de la Recherche en Informatique et Mathématiques Appliquées, INRIA, 2006, Volume 4, 2006, pp.24-48. ⟨10.46298/arima.1847⟩. ⟨hal-00482197v2⟩



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