Peer-to-Peer Computing: Applications, Architecture, Protocols, and Challenges
Peer-to-peer computing, at least on a conceptual level, is a genuine paradigm
shift—intelligence is at the edge, computing is completely decentralized, and
the network is just there to knit the distributed intelligence together. Indeed,
with advancements in hardware technology, proliferation of the open source
Swarm Intelligence: Introduction and Applications (Natural Computing Series) The laws that govern the collective behavior of social insects, flocks of birds, or fish schools continue to mesmerize researchers. While individuals are rather unsophisticated, in cooperation they can solve complex tasks, a prime example being the ability of ant colonies to find shortest paths between their nests and food sources. Task-solving...
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