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Intégration d'un client mobile à CTH

Abstract : Distributed Compact Trie Hashing (CTH*) is a scalable and distributed data structure which allows the management of a large amounts of data while keeping performances steady and optimum and preserving the records order. CTH* was implemented in different distributed and fixed environments and allowed short access time regardless of the file weight. This project's goal is to design and develop a mobile infrastructure extending the existing CTH* platform. We define an architecture that integrates both fixed and mobile client. We validate the architecture through the implementation of a prototype for efficient file sharing and further evaluate its performance. The CTH* platform integrates fixed and mobile clients and offers a simple, fast and efficient access to a great deal of information anywhere and anytime. The CTH* prototype can then, be used to implement high performance applications or very large database management system which guarantees dynamic, reactive and omnipresent services with no space or time constraints.
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Amel Bennaceur. Intégration d'un client mobile à CTH. Informatique ubiquitaire. 2006. ⟨hal-00850116⟩



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