[p2p-hackers] clustering

jacques defarge jdefarge at gmail.com
Tue Mar 7 13:58:37 UTC 2006

Hello Jeff,

I am finishing my MSc. dissertation on p2p systems grouped in a cluster like
structure. I have used
JXTA as the p2p substrate, but it was the worst choice even possible. After
finishing my MSc. work
I am searching for really nice projects on such area. If you would like we
could discuss your ideas
further, develop some things, and even collaborate on a paper or a


On 3/7/06, Jeff Rose <rosejn at gmail.com> wrote:
> Anyone out there doing work in clustering?  I'd be interested in hearing
> what people are up to, or if you have pointers to good papers that would
> be great too.  At this point I'm interested in any angle, geographic
> distance based, semantic distance based, hierarchical, non-hierarchical
> etc...  My goal is to work towards a very amorphous clustering scheme
> that allows any kind of object to be located close to relatives in the
> network as long as they share a common distance function.
> Peace,
> Jeff
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