Poster Abstract (2 pages)
Official ACM published version: http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/1013367.1013546
Author's version: Postscript (190KB) PDF (80KB)
We present a gateway between the WWW and the Gnutella peer-to-peer network that permits searchers on one side to be able to search and retrieve files on the other side of the gateway. This work improves the accessibility of files across different delivery platforms, making it possible to use a single search modality. We outline our design and implementation, present access statistics from a test deployment and discuss lessons learned.
In the Thirteenth International World Wide Web Conference Alternate Track Papers and Posters, pp. 502-503, ACM Press, New York City, May 2004.
An extended version of this poster has been published as B. D. Davison, W. Zhang, and B. Wu, Connecting P2P to the Web: Lessons from a Prototype Gnutella-WWW Gateway. Internet Research, 18(3), 2008.
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