Monthly Archives: March 2020

1. BitTorrent clients

Thursday, March 19th, 2020

     If you want to download a large blu-ray movie file in its original format at your maximum sustaining download speed, more sooner than later you will run into or will have to consider the use of peer-to-peer file transfer, most … Đọc tiếp

2. Legal implications

Wednesday, March 18th, 2020

     The following excerpt of explanation to the court of law is often found among the many lawsuits. BitTorrent protocol is a decentralized method of distributing data. Instead of relying on a central server to distribute data directly to individual users, … Đọc tiếp

3. Overview of how a BitTorrent client works

Tuesday, March 17th, 2020

     Increasing Internet bandwidth at gigabit transfer speed, the availability of high-quality encoding and compression of digital media, the increasing capabilities of residential personal computers at much lower cost, and efficient low-powered small footprint single computer on a chip are some … Đọc tiếp

4. The need for a scripting engine.

Monday, March 16th, 2020

     It does not matter how well designed a BitTorrent client is, after a certain period of use, specific needs will arise out of the usage pattern of the client program. For example, the Vuze BitTorrent client displays on the program … Đọc tiếp

5. The Azureus engine

Sunday, March 15th, 2020

     The Azureus engine was developed for the Java platform. It was first released in June 2003 at SourceForge.net, mostly to experiment with the Standard Widget Toolkit from Eclipse. It was used by the BitTorrent client Vuze, one of the most … Đọc tiếp

6. Design concept and requirements of the btScript environment

Saturday, March 14th, 2020

     This project offers a Python scripting environment to build a general-purpose BitTorrent search engine. The engine monitors users currently active in one or more transfer activities on two large BitTorrent public networks. The Python scripting environment is in beta testing … Đọc tiếp