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Benefits on using H-P2PSIP in mobile environments

Martínez-Yelmo, Isaias and Bikfalvi, Alex and Guerrero, Carmen (2009) Benefits on using H-P2PSIP in mobile environments. In: The 8th Jornadas de Ingeniería Telemática (JITEL 2009), 15-17 September 2009, Cartagena, Murcia, Spain.

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Abstract

The use of peer-to-peer technologies is increasing everyday and the improvement of mobility technologies is a reality. Now, it is expected that peer-to-peer applications run on mobile devices, but the conjunction of these two technologies is an open research issue. The user mobility impacts on the churn suffered by peer-to-peer networks and consequently it impacts on their performance. Therefore, some mechanisms are necessary to minimize this undesirable effect. Our proposal tries to solve this problem by using a Hierarchical P2PSIP architecture where different overlays are used for different peer mobility behaviours and they are interconnected between them through an interconnection overlay. In this way it is possible for peers that share the same behaviour to choose a certain protocol or to optimize some functionality that suits best with their mobility situation, while maintaining connectivity with all peers.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Papers (Paper)
Additional Information: This research work is being supported by the European Commission under the IST Content Network of Excellence3 (FP6-2006-IST-038423), by the Regional Government of Madrid under the BioGridNet4 project (CAM, S-0505/TIC- 0101) and by the Ministry of Science and Innovation under the CONPARTE project (MEC, TEC2007-67966-C03-03/TCM).
Uncontrolled Keywords: Peer-to-peer, Mobility, Hierarchical, P2PSIP, HP2PSIP, DHT
Subjects: UNSPECIFIED
Divisions: UNSPECIFIED
Depositing User: Rebeca De Miguel
Date Deposited: 15 Apr 2014 11:27
Last Modified: 15 Dec 2016 10:40
URI: http://eprints.networks.imdea.org/id/eprint/560

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