Key-based routing

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Key-based routing (KBR) is a lookup method used in conjunction with distributed hash tables (DHTs) and certain other overlay networks. While DHTs provide a method to find a host responsible for a certain piece of data, KBR provides a method to find the closest host for that data, according to some defined metric. This may not necessarily be defined as physical distance, but rather the number of network hops.[1][2][3]

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  1. ^ Buford, John; Yu, Heather; Lua, Eng Keong (11 March 2009). P2P Networking and Applications - John Buford, Heather Yu, Eng Keong Lua - Google Książki. ISBN 9780080921198.
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  3. ^ Bui, Alex A. T.; Taira, Ricky K. (December 2009). Medical Imaging Informatics - Google Książki. ISBN 9781441903853.