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Title: SharedMind : showcasing P2P protocol (P2PP) based nomadic collaboration
Authors: Ang, Sally Alexia Anggoman
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Computer science and engineering::Computer systems organization::Computer-communication networks
Issue Date: 2009
Abstract: Most real-time collaboration software nowadays are using client-server architecture. That implies the users have to be connected to the server to participate in the collaboration. This project aims to build a real-time collaboration software using peer-to-peer architecture. Peer-to-peer architecture enables a group of interconnected users to collaborate without having to be connected to a centralized server. This report describes the design and implementation of SharedMind, the collaboration version of FreeMind, an open-source mind-mapping software. The synchronous and asynchronous collaboration processes in SharedMind will be explained in detail.
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