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Audio Fingerprint and Its Applications to Peer-To-Peer Systems
In this work we want to analyze the applicability of audio-fingerprint technology to peer-to-peer systems. Audio-fingerprint is a technology commonly applied to scopes like audio identification or digital rights management. Peer-to-peer is a common Internet paradigm to share various digitalized contents. In this paper we propose an improvement for typical peer-to-peer architectures (query flooding, centralized directory, hybrid architecture) which permits the application of audio fingerprint technology to these systems.
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