May 24, 2009 to May 28, 2009
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/ICIW.2009.20
Peer-to-Peer (P2P) systems gained popularity and are responsible for a large share of today's Internet traffic. Nevertheless, their dynamic nature and the intended lack of control through central instances make their behavior unpredictable and, therefore, it is difficult to achieve a high level of Quality-of-Service for P2P traffic. Thus, peers are themselves responsible for dealing with these issues by applying so-called self-organization mechanisms to deal with their heterogeneity, unpredictable behavior, and asymmetric resources. This paper discusses and classifies relevant self-organizing aspects of P2P systems, including metrics and mechanisms. Hereby, the key focus is in better understanding on how such self-organizing mechanisms - originally designed to improve the performance of P2P overlays - affect the underlying Internet infrastructure.
peer-to-peer, overlays, self-organization, underlay utilization
Simon Oechsner, Osama Abboud, Miroslaw Kantor, Konstantin Pussep, "Impact of Self-Organization in P2P Overlays on Underlay Utilization", ICIW, 2009, Internet and Web Applications and Services, International Conference on, Internet and Web Applications and Services, International Conference on 2009, pp. 84-89, doi:10.1109/ICIW.2009.20