A Study of Usage Patterns of Nodes in P2P Systems
- A Study of Usage Patterns of Nodes in P2P Systems
- 송규원; 김수현; 서대일
- Peer-to-Peer; usage pattern; availability; 피어-투-피어; 사용패턴; 가용성
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- 2009 차세대컴퓨팅 추계 학술대회
- Peer-to-peer (P2P) network is an emerging approach to overcome the limitations of the traditional client-server architecture, which is based on highly reliability and scalability. However, nodes participating P2P networks can join and leave to/from the system independently. In order to provide a reliable service in this environment, a failure recovery technology such as selecting a substitute node rapidly is mandatory because of nodes who left the network without any notice. To prepare an abrupt failure in advance, we have to predict availabilities of each nodes. It can increase the reliability and efficiency of P2P systems. In this paper, we study usage patterns of nodes in 3 different P2P systems and build its model to easily predict availabilities of nodes. We verify the usefulness of our new predict model by re-playing simulations with real log data.
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