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Entwined Influences of Users' Behaviour and QoS: A Multi-model Approach

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Entwined Influences of Users' Behaviour and QoS: A Multi-model Approach
In distributed, dynamic networks and applications, such as Peer-to-Peer (P2P), users'behaviour and quality of service/quality of experiment1 are known to influence each other. In worst cases, these mutual influences could lead the system to crash. We propose a novel approach to model relationships between users and QoS. It is based upon multiagent systems in order to study the impact of situated behaviours on the global network and to integrate different levels of representation (users'behaviour, overlay protocols, network topology). This paper describes our approach to represent the different models required in such systems and a first implementation in an existing overlay simulator with the first results of experimentations. 1 Motivation For the last couple of years, distributed applications (such as P2P file sharing) have rapidly expanded. In these applications [HCW05,LCC+ 06], users'behaviour is known to have a great impact on the quality of service (QoS), as for ins...
Julien Siebert, Vincent Chevrier, Laurent Ciarlett
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where AIMS
Authors Julien Siebert, Vincent Chevrier, Laurent Ciarletta
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