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Mapping Peer Behavior to Packetlevel Details: A Framework for Packetlevel Simulation of PeertoPeer Systems
 

Summary: Mapping Peer Behavior to Packet­level Details:
A Framework for Packet­level Simulation of Peer­to­Peer Systems
Qi He, Mostafa Ammar, George Riley, Himanshu Raj, Richard Fujimoto
qhe,ammar@cc.gatech.edu, riley@ece.gatech.edu, rhim, fujimoto@cc.gatech.edu
Networking & Telecommunications Group
College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA 30332 
Abstract
The growing interest in peer­to­peer systems (such as
Gnutella) has inspired numerous research activities in this
area. Although many demonstrations have been performed
that show that the performance of a peer­to­peer system is
highly dependent on the underlying network characteris­
tics, much of the evaluation of peer­to­peer proposals has
used simplified models that fail to include a detailed model
of the underlying network. This can be largely attributed
to the complexity in experimenting with a scalable peer­to­
peer system simulator built on top of a scalable network
simulator with packet­level details. In this work we design
and develop a framework for an extensible and scalable

  

Source: Ammar, Mostafa - College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences