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By Gianluca Moro, Aris M. Ouksel, Claudio Sartori (auth.), Gianluca Moro, Manolis Koubarakis (eds.)

Peer-to-peer (P2P) computing is presently attracting huge, immense public awareness, spurred by means of the recognition of file-sharing platforms reminiscent of Napster, Gnutella, and Morpheus. In P2P platforms a truly huge variety of independent computing nodes, the friends, depend upon one another for prone. P2P networks are rising as a brand new dispensed computing paradigm as a result of their power to harness the computing energy of the hosts composing the community, and since they make their underutilized assets to be had to every other.

This publication brings jointly 3 particularly commissioned invited articles, an advent, and revised models of the papers provided on the 1st foreign Workshop on brokers and Peer-to-Peer Computing, AP2PC 2002, held in Bologna, Italy in July 2002. The publication is equipped into topical sections on peer-to-peer companies, discovery and supply of reliable providers, and seek and cooperation in peer-to-peer agent systems.

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4 Service Description and Matching The previous parts of this paper presents the general architecture of a serviceoriented architecture for P2P networks. In this part we show the concepts of the service description and its associated matching in an informal way. The main principle of our description and matching is that each service is described using tree-like structures. The matching is then built on trees describing functionality, behaviour and quality of service. 1 Service Description In this work, the service description is probably one of the most important features of the architecture along with the matching (that uses it actively).

Section 4 shows the practical application, in a large-scale experiment, of a VPC prototype system to provide peer-to-peer services. Execution Environment of Peer-to-Peer Services in a Mobile Environment 2 35 Execution Environment for Peer-to-Peer Services in a Mobile Environment The exchange of information among peers is the most important feature in peer-to-peer services. Information is provided by, and used by, the peers in a peer-to-peer environment. There are two phases in treating the information; the propagation, and the utilization of information.

Section 2 discusses suitable services of peer-to-peer services and their execution environment in a mobile environment. Section 3 describes details of VPC. Section 4 shows the practical application, in a large-scale experiment, of a VPC prototype system to provide peer-to-peer services. Execution Environment of Peer-to-Peer Services in a Mobile Environment 2 35 Execution Environment for Peer-to-Peer Services in a Mobile Environment The exchange of information among peers is the most important feature in peer-to-peer services.

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