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ServiceNet: A P2P Service Network

by   Ji Liu, et al.

Given a large number of online services on the Internet, from time to time, people are still struggling to find out the services that they need. On the other hand, when there are considerable research and development on service discovery and service recommendation, most of the related work are centralized and thus suffers inherent shortages of the centralized systems, e.g., adv-driven, lack at trust, transparence and fairness. In this paper, we propose a ServiceNet - a peer-to-peer (P2P) service network for service discovery and service recommendation. ServiceNet is inspired by blockchain technology and aims at providing an open, transparent and self-growth, and self-management service ecosystem. The paper will present the basic idea, an architecture design of the prototype, and an initial implementation and performance evaluation the prototype design.


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