Peer-to-peer

Multichannel Cross-Layer Routing for Sensor Networks

Conference paper
Proc. of International Conference on Telecommunications

This paper looks at a new way to use multiple channels in ad-hoc sensor networks. It consists of two parts:
1) A protocol that allows a node, when sent a particular message, to attempt to change channel (reliably with a fall-back if the new channel is subject to interference).
2) An algorithm run at a single "command" node that selects which nodes should change channel according to a graph colouring problem.

The work is tested in simulation using Cooja (which simulates Contiki based sensor nodes).

Deep Diving into BitTorrent Locality

Authors: 
Ruben Cuevans -- Univ Carlos III de Madrid, Nikolaos Laoutaris, Xiaoyuan Yang, Georgos Siganos and Pablo Rodriguez
Published: 
INFOCOM

This paper looks at P2P traffic over bittorrent from a large database of torrents. The paper considers the effects of localising bittorrent traffic on performance and ISP cost saving.

Data: The data set is one of the impressive things about this paper. 100K torrents of which 40K active. Demographics from 3.9M concurrent users and 21M total users over a day from 11K ISPs. Speed test results from ookla and iplane.

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