Agents and Peer-to-Peer Computing: 5th International by Ben Tse, Raman Paranjape, Samuel R. H. Joseph (auth.), Sam

By Ben Tse, Raman Paranjape, Samuel R. H. Joseph (auth.), Sam Joseph, Zoran Despotovic, Gianluca Moro, Sonia Bergamaschi (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the completely refereed post-workshop court cases of the fifth foreign Workshop on brokers and Peer-to-Peer Computing, AP2PC 2006, held in Hakodate, Japan, in might 2006, within the context of the fifth overseas Joint convention on self sufficient brokers and Multi-Agent platforms, AAMAS 2006.

The 10 revised complete papers and six revised brief papers awarded including 1 invited paper have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 23 submissions; they're absolutely revised to include reviewers' reviews and discussions on the workshop. the quantity is equipped in topical sections on P2P Infrastructure, brokers in P2P, P2P seek, and applications.

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To face this, the mechanism used in DANTE considers all congested nodes as the worst possible candidates, regardless of their degree. Taking this into account, DANTE uses an algorithm that, when the network traffic is low, drives the network to a star-like overlay topology. Thus, searches could be answered in only one hop, since the central nodes will know all the resources in the system. In turn, when the number of searches increases, well-connected nodes will become congested and their neighbors will start to disconnect from them.

Our experiments show empirically that random-walks are well suited to these requirements. 4 DANTE Robustness Another interesting feature of DANTE is its robustness against node failures. This comes from the fact that when a peer enters or leaves the network, only its neighborhood is affected. Therefore, if the current network topology is randomlike, a very small number of peers will notice the change. The same will happen if the current network topology is star-like and the node that leaves is not a central one.

Finally, a low communication overhead should be required by the sampling mechanism. Our experiments show empirically that random-walks are well suited to these requirements. 4 DANTE Robustness Another interesting feature of DANTE is its robustness against node failures. This comes from the fact that when a peer enters or leaves the network, only its neighborhood is affected. Therefore, if the current network topology is randomlike, a very small number of peers will notice the change. The same will happen if the current network topology is star-like and the node that leaves is not a central one.

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