Peer-to-Peer Systems IV: 4th International Workshop, IPTPS 2005, Ithaca, NY, USA, February 24-25, 2005, Revised Selected Papers / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Peer-to-Peer Systems, IPTPS 2005, held at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA, in February 2005. The 24 revised full papers were carefully selected during two rounds of reviewing and improvements from 123 submissions. The papers document the state of the art in peer-to-peer computing research. They are organized in topical sections on security and incentives, search, multicast, overlay algorithms, empirical studies, and network locality. The proceedings also include a report with a summary of discussions held at the workshop
Table of ContentsWorkshop Report.- Workshop Report.- Security and Incentives.- A Self-repairing Peer-to-Peer System Resilient to Dynamic Adversarial Churn.- A First Look at Peer-to-Peer Worms: Threats and Defenses.- A Taxonomy of Rational Attacks.- Search.- Brushwood: Distributed Trees in Peer-to-Peer Systems.- Arpeggio: MetadataSearching and ContentSharing withChord.- OverCite: A Cooperative Digital Research Library.- Miscellaneous.- NetProfiler: Profiling Wide-Area Networks Using Peer Cooperation.- A Statistical Theory of Chord Under Churn.- Peering Peer-to-Peer Providers.- Multicast.- The Impact of Heterogeneous Bandwidth Constraints on DHT-Based Multicast Protocols.- Chainsaw: Eliminating Trees from Overlay Multicast.- FeedTree: Sharing Web Micronews with Peer-to-Peer Event Notification.- Overlay Algorithms.- Hybrid Overlay Structure Based on Random Walks.- Quickly Routing Searches Without Having to Move Content.- Practical Locality-Awareness for Large Scale Information Sharing.- Empirical Studies.- An Empirical Study of Free-Riding Behavior in the Maze P2P File-Sharing System.- Clustering in P2P Exchanges and Consequences on Performances.- The Bittorrent P2P File-Sharing System: Measurements and Analysis.- Miscellaneous.- Dynamic Load Balancing in Distributed Hash Tables.- High Availability in DHTs: Erasure Coding vs. Replication.- Conservation vs. Consensus in Peer-to-Peer Preservation Systems.- Exploiting Network Locality.- Locality Prediction for Oblivious Clients.- Impact of Neighbor Selection on Performance and Resilience of Structured P2P Networks.- Evaluating DHT-Based Service Placement for Stream-Based Overlays.