Peer-to-Peer Systems II: Second International Workshop, IPTPS 2003, Berkeley, CA, USA, February 21-22,2003, Revised Papers, Volume 2

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Springer Science & Business Media, Aug 21, 2003 - Computers - 316 pages

In very short time, peer-to-peer computing has evolved from an attractive new paradigm into an exciting and vibrant research field bringing together researchers from systems, networking, and theory.

This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Peer-to-Peer Systems, IPTPS 2003, held in Berkeley, CA, USA in February 2003.

The 27 revised papers presented together with an introductory summary of the discussions at the workshop were carefully selected during two rounds of reviewing and revision from initially 166 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on experience with P2P; theory and algorithms, P2P in a broader perspective; incentive and fairness; new DHT designs; naming, indexing, and searching; file sharing; and networking and applications.

 

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Contents

Workshop Report for 2nd International Workshop on PeertoPeer Systems
1
Controlling the Cost of Reliability in PeertoPeer Overlays
21
Towards a Common API for Structured PeertoPeer Overlays
33
Sloppy Hashing and SelfOrganizing Clusters
45
Structured PeertoPeer Overlays Need ApplicationDriven Benchmarks
56
Load Balancing in Structured P2P Systems
68
Simple Load Balancing for Distributed Hash Tables
80
A Simple Fault Tolerant Distributed Hash Table
88
SelfOrganized Metadata Overlay for Resource Management in P2P DHT
170
Efficient Recovery from Organizational Disconnects in SkipNet
183
SemanticFree Referencing in Linked Distributed Systems
197
On the Feasibility of PeertoPeer Web Indexing and Search
207
Studying Search Networks with SIL
216
Efficient PeerToPeer Searches Using ResultCaching
225
Adaptive Peer Selection
237
Rateless Codes and Big Downloads
247

A Simple DegreeOptimal Distributed Hash Table
98
A Primer for Developers
108
On Death Taxes and the Convergence of PeertoPeer and Grid Computing
118
Scooped Again
129
Rationality and SelfInterest in Peer to Peer Networks
139
Enforcing Fair Sharing of PeertoPeer Resources
149
Building an Efficient and Stable P2P DHT through Increased Memory and Background Overhead
160
Understanding Availability
256
Pushing PeertoPeer Down the Stack
268
Lighthouses for Scalable Distributed Location
278
HighBandwidth Content Distribution in Cooperative Environments
292
Efficient Broadcast in Structured P2P Networks
304
Author Index
315
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