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Lightweight HyperCuP implementation

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HyperCuP is as P2P infrastructure for scalable distributed communication. HyperCuP has been invented by Schlosser, Sintek, Decker and Nejdl. This project delivers a light-weight implementation of HyperCuP ready to make current apps distributed in a minut

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File Sharing, Frameworks, SOAP

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BSD License

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Developers, Information Technology, Telecommunications Industry

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2005-07-20

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