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Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

V. Sesum-Cavic, E. Kühn:
"Algorithms and Framework for Comparison of Bee-Intelligence Based Peer-to-Peer Lookup";
Talk: 4th International Conference on Swarm Intelligence (ICSI 2013), Harbin, China; 2013-06-12 - 2013-06-15; in: "Advances in Swarm Intelligence", LNCS / Springer, 7928 (2013), ISBN: 978-3-642-38702-9; 404 - 413.



English abstract:
Peer-to-peer has proven to be a scalable technology for retrieval of
information that is widely spread among distributed sites and that is subject to dynamic changes. However, selection of a right search algorithm depends on many factors related to actual data content and application problem at hand. A comparison of different algorithms is difficult, especially if many different approaches (intelligent or unintelligent ones) shall be evaluated fairly and possibly also in combinations. In this paper, we describe a generic architectural pattern that serves as an overlay network based on autonomous agents and decentralized control. It supports plugging of different algorithms for searching and retrieving data, and thus eases comparison of algorithms in various topology configurations. A further novelty is to use bee intelligence for the lookup problem,
spot optimal parameters' settings, and evaluate the bee algorithm by using the architectural pattern to benchmark it with other algorithms.

Keywords:
information retrieval, lookup mechanism, bee intelligence, distributed coordination patterns


"Official" electronic version of the publication (accessed through its Digital Object Identifier - DOI)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-38703-6_48


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