P2P Networking Theory



Micah Adler, Rakesh Kumar, Keith Ross, Dan Rubenstein, David Turner, and David Yao, Optimal Peer Selection in a Free Market Peer-Resource Economy, Second Workshop on Economics of Peer-to-Peer Systems, Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 2004

F. Clevenot, P. Nain and K.W. Ross, Stochastic Fluid Models for Cache Clusters, to appear in Performance Evaluation

J. Kangasharju, K.W. Ross, D. Turner, Adaptive Content Management in Structured P2P Communities, 2004, submitted

Jian Liang, Rakesh Kumar, Keith Ross, Understanding KaZaA, submitted, 2004

David A. Turner and Keith W. Ross.A Lightweight Currency Paradigm for the P2P Resource Market Seventh International Conference on Electronic Commerce Research, Dallas, TX, Jun 2004.

D.A. Turner and K.W. Ross, The Lightweight Currency Protocol, Internet Draft,  2003

L. Garces-Erce, K.W. Ross, E. Biersack, P. Felber, G. Urvoy-Keller, TOPLUS: Topology Centric Lookup Service, Fifth International Workshop on Networked Group Communications (NGC'03), Munich, September 2003 Awarded Best Paper

L. Garces-Erce, E. Biersack, P. Felber, K.W. Ross, G. Urvoy-Keller, Hierarchical Peer-to-Peer Systems, 2003, Euro-Par 2003, Klagenfurt, Austria

J. Kangasharju, K.W. Ross, D. Turner, Secure and Resilient P2P E-Mail: Design and Implementation, Third International Conference on P2P Computing, Linkoping, Sweden, September 2003

P. Felber, E. Biersack, L. Garces-Erce, K.W. Ross, G. Urvoy-Keller, Data Indexing and Querying in P2P DHT Networks, ICDCS 2004, Tokyo, Japan

X. Xu, Y. Wang, S. P. Panwar, and K. W. Ross, A Peer-to-Peer Video-on-Demand System using Multiple Description Coding and Server Diversity, IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), Oct. 2004

J. Liu and M. Adler, Load Balancing in Hypercubic Distributed Hash Tables with Heterogeneous Processors, submitted.

Q. Dong and M. Adler, Maximizing Network Lifetime in Wireless Sensor networks: System and Theory Issues, submitted.

B. Heering and M. Adler, Optimal Website Design with the Constrained Subtree Selection Problem, to appear in "Proceedings of 31st International Colloquium on Automata, Languages, and Programming" (ICALP) 2004.

D. Rubenstein and S. Sahu, Can Unstructured P2P Protocols Survive Flash Crowds?, to appear, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking

R. Kumar and D. Rubenstein, "Optimizing the Quality of Sclable Video Streams on P2P Networks", full version in submission

R. Kumar and D. Rubenstein, Optimizing the Quality of Scalable Video Streams on P2P Networks", Raj Kumar and Dan Rubenstein, to appear ACM Sigmetrics '04 (Extended  Abstract)

Y. Baryshnikov, E. Coffman, P. Jelenkovic, P. Momcilovic and D. Rubenstein, Flood Search Under the California Split Rule, Operations Research Letters, Volume 32, Number 3, May 2004.

A. Stavrou, D. Rubenstein and S. Sahu, .A Lightweight, Robust, P2P System to Handle Flash Crowds  IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (JSAC), special issue on Service Overlay Networks, Volume 22, Number 1, January 2004.

B-J Ko and D. Rubenstein, A Distributed, Self-stabilizing Protocol for Placement of Replicated Resources in Emerging Networks, Proceedings of the 11th IEEE International Conference on Network Protocols (ICNP), Atlanta, Georgia, November, 2003. Best Paper Award Recipient

P. Noel, D. Trendafilov and T. Suel, Improved File Synchronization Techniques for Maintaining Large Replicated Collections over Slow Networks.  IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE), 2004 http://cis.poly.edu/suel/papers/sync.pdf

C. Mathur, J. Wu, J. Zhang, A. Delis, M. Kharrazi, X Long, and K. Shanmugasundaram, T. Suel, ODISSEA: A Peer-to-Peer Architecture for Scalable Web Search and Information Retrieval.  6th International Workshop on the Web and Databases (WebDB), 2003 http://cis.poly.edu/suel/papers/odissea.pdf