Advanced message passing techniques for distributed storage

author: David Saad, Aston University
published: Feb. 25, 2007,   recorded: January 2005,   views: 3415


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Distributed storage plays an important role in networks where individual nodes are limited in their storage capabilities and where files are infrequently required. The scenario examined is one where file information is encoded and then divided to a number of segments, which are then distributed over a graph representing the network. Nodes requesting a particular file collect the required number of file segments from neighbouring nodes to retrieve the original information.

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