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    • Approximate Matching for Peer-to-Peer Overlays with Cubit 

      Wong, Bernard; Slivkins, Alex; Sirer, Emin Gun (2008-12-16)
      Keyword search is a critical component in most content retrieval systems. Despite the emergence of completely decentralized and efficient peer-to-peer techniques for content distribution, there have not been similarly ...
    • Approximate Matching for Peer-to-Peer Overlays with Cubit 

      Wong, Bernard; Slivkins, Aleksandrs; Sirer, Emin Gun (2008-05-19)
      Keyword search is a critical component in most content retrieval systems. Despite the emergence of completely decentralized and efficient peer-to-peer techniques for content distribution, there have not been similarly ...
    • Efficient Location-Aware Node And Object Discovery In Large-Scale Networks 

      Wong, Bernard (2011-08-31)
      The performance of many distributed systems is highly sensitive to the latency of finding objects in response to user requests. Efficient discovery of nodes and objects in the network that satisfy application-specific ...
    • A Lightweight Approach to Network Positioning 

      Wong, Bernard; Sirer, Emin Gun (Cornell University, 2004-08-04)
      This paper describes a peer-to-peer overlay network for performing location-aware node and path selection in large-scale distributed systems. Our system, Meridian, provides a simple, lightweight and scalable framework for ...
    • Meridian: A Lightweight Framework for Network Positioning without Virtual Coordinates 

      Wong, Bernard; Slivkins, Aleksandrs; Sirer, Emin Gun (Cornell University, 2005-03-04)
      Selecting nodes based on their position in the network is a basic building block for many distributed systems. This paper describes a peer-to-peer overlay network for performing position-based node selection. Our system, ...
    • Octant: A Comprehensive Framework for the Geolocalization of Internet Hosts 

      Wong, Bernard; Stoyanov, Ivan; Sirer, Emin Gun (Cornell University, 2006-07-17)
      This paper outlines a novel, comprehensive framework for geolocalization, that is, determining the physical location of Internet hosts based on network measurements. The core insight behind this framework is to pose the ...