Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Computer Engineering and Sciences
William H. Allen
Walter P. Bond
We present Mindshare, a system for small group collaboration using Peer to Peer networking technology. This paper details the motivation behind its design, how it benefits users and details of its construction and operation. The solution focuses on the needs of small collaborating groups with limited computing experience and resources. Mindshare allows the group to share an unlimited number of files and visualize them in unified hierarchical file system. Mindshare synchronizes the files between users without user input. Its robust design allows files to be shared even when the owner is offline and allows users to work with files from the groups while not connected
Farrington, Gareth Charles, "Mindshare: a Collaborative Peer-to-Peer System for Small Groups" (2005). Theses and Dissertations. 660.
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