Decentralization

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Type Info
Chinese name 去中心化
Foreign name Decentralization
Field Blockchain

Decentralization[edit]

  • Decentralization (English: decentralization) is a form of social relationship and content generated in the process of Internet development. It is a new type of network content production process relative to "centralization".
  • Compared with the early Internet (Web 1.0) era, Web 2.0 content is no longer generated by professional websites or specific groups of people, but is the result of joint creation by all netizens with equal rights. Anyone can be on the network. Express your own opinions or create original content to jointly produce information.
  • With the diversification of network services, the decentralized network model becomes more and more clear and more and more possible. After the rise of Web 2.0, the services provided by network providers such as Wikipedia, Flickr, Blogger are decentralized. Any participant can submit content, and the netizens work together to create or contribute content.
  • Then with the emergence of more easy-to-use decentralized network services, the characteristics of Web2.0 become more and more obvious. For example, Twitter, Facebook and other services are more suitable for ordinary Internet users, making it easier and more convenient for the Internet to produce or contribute content. Diversification, which enhances the enthusiasm of netizens to participate in the contribution, reduces the threshold for production content. Ultimately, every netizen has become a small and independent information provider, making the Internet more flat and more diverse in content production.

Basic overview[edit]

  • In a system with many nodes distributed, each node has a highly autonomous feature. Nodes can be freely connected to each other to form a new connected unit. Any node can become a phased center, but not mandatory. The central control function. The influence between nodes and nodes will form a nonlinear causal relationship through the network. This open, flat, equal system phenomenon or structure, we call it decentralization.
  • With the deepening of the interaction between the subject and the object and the constant balance of cognitive functions, the cognitive structure is continuously improved, and the individual can be relieved from the self-centered state, which is called decentralization.[1]

Basic nature[edit]

  • Decentralization, not the center, but the node from the selection center, free to decide the center. Simply put, the meaning of centralization, is the center to determine the node. The node must rely on the center, the node can not survive without leaving the center. In a centralized system, anyone is a node, and anyone can become a center. Any center is not permanent, but is phased. Any center is not mandatory for nodes.[1]

Content[edit]

  • From the perspective of the development of the Internet, decentralization' is the form of socialized relationship and content generated in the process of Internet development. It is a new type of network content production process relative to "centralization".
  • Compared with the early Internet (Web 1.0) era, today's Web 2.0 content is no longer generated by professional websites or specific groups of people, but by the participation of all netizens, the result of equal creation of equal rights. Anyone , can express their opinions on the network or create original content to jointly produce information.
  • With the diversification of the network service form, the decentralized network model becomes more and more clear and more and more possible. After the rise of Web2.0, the services provided by Internet service providers such as Wikipedia, Flickr, and Blogger are decentralized. Any participant can submit content, and netizens work together to create content or contribute collaboratively.
  • Later, with the emergence of more easy-to-use decentralized network services, the characteristics of Web2.0 became more and more obvious. For example, Twitter, Facebook and other services are more suitable for ordinary Internet users, making it easier and more convenient for the Internet to produce or contribute content. Diversification, which enhances the enthusiasm of netizens to participate in the contribution, reduces the threshold for production content. Ultimately, every netizen has become a small and independent information provider, making the Internet more flat and more diverse in content production.[1]

calculation[edit]

  • Decentralized computing (English: Decentralized computing) is a computing model that allocates hardware and software resources to each workstation or office. In contrast, centralized computing concentrates most computing functions locally or remotely. Decentralized computing is a modern computing model. Conversely, centralized computing is common in early computing environments. A decentralized computer system has many advantages over traditional centralized networks. Rapid development, their potential performance far exceeds the performance requirements of most business applications required. As a result, most desktop computers have the remaining idle computing power. A decentralized computing system can exploit these potentials, max. Limiting efficiency. However, whether it increases the effectiveness of the overall network is still debatable.[2]

See[edit]

  • Decentralized calculation
  • Internet governance

Discussions[edit]

What Links Here[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Reid, Alex (1995). "IT Strategy Review, Distributed Computing – Rough Draft". Retrieved 2013-11-06.
  2. ^ Crowcroft, Jon. Moreton; Tim. Pratt, Ian. Twigg (2003). "Peer-to-Peer Systems and the Grid" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-11-06.