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A. C. B. Project Overview Presentation February 19 th , 2004. Access Control & Billing in p2p environment. http://www.andrew.cmu.edu/course/18-842/index.htm. Alexander Stasiv Gergana Krumova. Lazar Adzigogov Mariana Marin. Project environment (Actors). Everybody wants money!.

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Project overview presentation february 19 th 2004

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Project Overview PresentationFebruary 19th, 2004

Access Control & Billing

in p2p environment

http://www.andrew.cmu.edu/course/18-842/index.htm

Alexander Stasiv

Gergana Krumova

Lazar Adzigogov

Mariana Marin


Project environment actors

Project environment (Actors)

Everybody wants money!

- Owner of the System

wants stable or growing profit

- Users (providers)

want securely share information and receive current amount of money from each download

- Users (consumers)

want securely search and download information and pay correct amount of money after each downloading

- Administrators

want to be able to maintain the system


System requirements

System requirements

To make everybody happy…

- Owner of the System

p2p technology, high-availability, scalability

- Users (providers)

simple using, high-availability, fault-tolerance

- Users (consumers)

simple using, high-availability, fault-tolerance

- Administrators

simple process of maintaining (auto maintaining?)


The big picture

The Big Picture

Server of user certificates &

Billing register &

Locator

Server of user certificates &

Billing register &

Locator

CBLs:

(servers)

Sockets (TCP/IP)

Distributed database (Primary-Backup protocol)

Sockets (TCP and UDP multicasting )

AdminTools:

Administrators

(updates)

Web Site for

advertisement & ACBpoint downloading

Sockets

(TCP/IP)

User peer

User peer

User node

(Out of the system)

ACBpoints:

(users)

Direct communication (initiated by using the CBLs)

Sockets (TCP/IP)


Development area

Development area

What are we using?

  • Programming language:

    • Java (j2sdk1.4)

  • IDE:

    • NetBeans 3.5

  • Build tool:

    • Ant 1.6

  • DBMS:

    • MySQL 4.0

  • Concurrent Versions System:

    • CVS NT 2.0

  • UML modeling tool:

    • Poseidon for UML CE 2.1


Intermediate milestones

Intermediate milestones

What will we present next time?

  • Use cases:

  • Sharing

  • Downloading

  • Features:

  • - Primary-Backup protocol (without UDP multicasting and related Transfer Control)

  • - Security

  • PS

  • These 4 topics need 14 implemented (more or less) packages. Therefore, I decided to not calculate classes in the packages… 


Questions

Questions?

For more detailed information about the project, please visit the site

http://www.andrew.cmu.edu/course/18-842/index.htm


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