By Ben Tse, Raman Paranjape, Samuel R. H. Joseph (auth.), Sam Joseph, Zoran Despotovic, Gianluca Moro, Sonia Bergamaschi (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the completely refereed post-workshop lawsuits of the fifth foreign Workshop on brokers and Peer-to-Peer Computing, AP2PC 2006, held in Hakodate, Japan, in may possibly 2006, within the context of the fifth overseas Joint convention on self reliant brokers and Multi-Agent platforms, AAMAS 2006.
The 10 revised complete papers and six revised brief papers awarded including 1 invited paper have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 23 submissions; they're absolutely revised to include reviewers' reviews and discussions on the workshop. the amount is equipped in topical sections on P2P Infrastructure, brokers in P2P, P2P seek, and applications.
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By theoretical evaluation (see Appendix) we can show that the maintenance traﬃc in HCP is lowered by a factor of 1/α in comparison to Chord. 26 S. Zoels et al. Number of transfers in HCP in comparison to Chord In the above simulation scenario we obtain diﬀerent values for the ratio α from the varying mean online time of temporary nodes. Figure 4 shows a comparison of the resulting maintenance traﬃc. It illustrates the percentage of transferred object references in HCP in comparison to Chord, depending on the ratio of mean online times α.
We require a minor modiﬁcation to the object mapping rules of the DHT: In contrast to the conventional DHT protocol, a reference to a shared object is stored on the closest static node of the object’s key. (The term “closest” refers to 22 S. Zoels et al. ) In contrast, temporary nodes maintain only a pointer to their succeeding static node. Thus whenever a temporary node in the network receives an INSERT or QUERY request (due to its responsibility for the key given in the request) it simply forwards this request to its closest static node which in turn stores the according reference(s).
Under the assumption that THCP,static = α · TChord the generated maintenance traﬃc in HCP is decreased by a factor of mHCP /mChord = TChord /THCP,static = 1/α in comparison to the conventional Chord protocol. es Abstract. In this paper we introduce DANTE, an unstructured P2P system in which the topology of the underlying overlay network can be dynamically adapted to the system conditions. Such an adaption is performed by the peers in an autonomous manner. DANTE uses a simple search mechanism based on random walks that, combined with the topology adaptation, allows it to work in a very eﬃcient way.
Agents and Peer-to-Peer Computing: 5th International Workshop, AP2PC 2006, Hakodate, Japan, May 9, 2006, Revised and Invited Papers by Ben Tse, Raman Paranjape, Samuel R. H. Joseph (auth.), Sam Joseph, Zoran Despotovic, Gianluca Moro, Sonia Bergamaschi (eds.)