GOSSPLE is an ERC Startng Grent project and aims at radically changing the navigation on the Internet by placing users affinities and preferences at the heart of the search process. Complementing traditional search engines, Gossple will turn search requests into live data to seek the information where it ultimately is: at the user. Gossple precisely aims at providing a fully decentralized system, auto-organizing, able to discover, capture and leverage the affinities between users and data. Complementing Google-like search engines, Gossple will turn the request into a dynamic object navigating the network using epidemic protocols to find matching users/data. relevant clusters of users and data. At the heart of this procedure lies dynamic overlays based on users affinities, preferences and recommendations.
For more information about the project, please navigate through the different pages:
- Gossple Project
- Publis: Publications
- Demonstrations: Demonstrations
- Applications: Gossple Softwares
- Events: upcoming and past events related to the Gossple project
- Links: External links related to the Gossple project
- Logos: Gossple logos
- Contact Us: contact details for additional information
- Video of Whats'Up available here.
- December 9th 2010, Rennes Gossple Workhop on Social networking
- September 2010: Internal GOSSPLE meeting
- September 2010: Anne-Marie Kermarrec, Invited speaker at the Royal Society, London, UK
- List of next events
- Demonstration material of Whats'Up available here. Demonstration given by Antoine Boutet, Davide Frey, Anne-Marie Kermarrec and Rachid Gerraoui at P2P 2010 (IEEE International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing), August 2010.
- Slide from the keynote talk given by Anne-Marie Kermarrec at P2P 2010 (IEEE International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing), August 2010 are available here.
- Slide of SNDS 2010, the first Workshop on Social Networks and Distributed Systems available !
- More documents