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Ad-hoc limited scale-free models for unstructured peer-to-peer networks

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Ad-hoc limited scale-free models for unstructured peer-to-peer networks
Several protocol efficiency metrics (e.g., scalability, search success rate, routing reachability and stability) depend on the capability of preserving structure even over the churn caused by the ad-hoc nodes joining or leaving the network. Preserving the structure becomes more prohibitive due to the distributed and potentially uncooperative nature of such networks, as in the peer-to-peer (P2P) networks. Thus, most practical solutions involve unstructured approaches while attempting to maintain the structure at various levels of protocol stack. The primary focus of this paper is to investigate construction and maintenance of scale-free topologies in a distributed manner without requiring global topology information at the time when nodes join or leave. We consider the uncooperative behavior of peers by limiting the number of neighbors to a predefined hard cutoff value (i.e., no peer is a major hub), and the ad-hoc behavior of peers by rewiring the neighbors of nodes leaving the netw...
Durgesh Rani Kumari, Hasan Guclu, Murat Yuksel
Added 17 Sep 2011
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Type Journal
Year 2011
Where PPNA
Authors Durgesh Rani Kumari, Hasan Guclu, Murat Yuksel
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