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06431 Working Group Summary: P2P, Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks – All the Different or All the Same?

Authors Peter A. Boncz, Angela Bonifati, Joos-Hendrik Böse, Stefan Böttcher, Panos Kypros Chrysanthis, Le Gruenwald, Arantza Illarramendi, Peter Janacik, Birgitta König-Ries, Wolfgang May, Anirban Mondal, Sebastian Obermeier, Aris Ouksel, George Samaras



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Peter A. Boncz
Angela Bonifati
Joos-Hendrik Böse
Stefan Böttcher
Panos Kypros Chrysanthis
Le Gruenwald
Arantza Illarramendi
Peter Janacik
Birgitta König-Ries
Wolfgang May
Anirban Mondal
Sebastian Obermeier
Aris Ouksel
George Samaras

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Peter A. Boncz, Angela Bonifati, Joos-Hendrik Böse, Stefan Böttcher, Panos Kypros Chrysanthis, Le Gruenwald, Arantza Illarramendi, Peter Janacik, Birgitta König-Ries, Wolfgang May, Anirban Mondal, Sebastian Obermeier, Aris Ouksel, and George Samaras. 06431 Working Group Summary: P2P, Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks – All the Different or All the Same?. In Scalable Data Management in Evolving Networks. Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings, Volume 6431, pp. 1-7, Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik (2007)
https://doi.org/10.4230/DagSemProc.06431.5

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Currently, data management technologies are in the process of finding their way into evolving networks, i.e. P2P, ad hoc and wireless sensor networks. We examine the properties, differences and commonalities of the different types of evolving networks, in order to enable the development of adequate technologies suiting their characteristics. We start with presenting definitions for the different network types, before arranging them in a network hierarchy, to gain a clear view of the area. Then, we analyze and compare the example applications for each of the types using different design dimensions. Based on this work, we finally present a comparison of P2P, ad hoc and wireless sensor networks.
Keywords
  • P2P
  • ad hoc
  • wireless sensor networks
  • database systems

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