Presentation 2006-07-20
P2P Grouping for the Delay Sensitive Applications
Hajime SOGAWA, Hiroki SAITO, Yoshito TOBE,
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Abstract(in English) Currently, the research for delay sensitive applications is to be used of the network game, video conference, and the distributed processing, etc. On the other hand, in the Internet to achieve it from a past client-server type on the P2P network is actively done. However, the formation of the topology that considers the impact of the delay on the P2P network is hardly discussed. Consequently, we consider that to make efficient network topology by measuring delay in P2P networks. In this paper, we propose a novel grouping algorithm that allows us each node measures the delay to group it within the range of the delay that the extendibiliry improvement of sensitive applications and each user demands from the delay using the P2P network, the delay map is designed to the algorithm that formed the P2P topology based on making and this map, simulated it, and evaluated it.
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Keyword(in English) P2P Networks / Delay / Overlay
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Conference Date 2006/7/13(1days)
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Title (in English) P2P Grouping for the Delay Sensitive Applications
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Keyword(1) P2P Networks
Keyword(2) Delay
Keyword(3) Overlay
1st Author's Name Hajime SOGAWA
1st Author's Affiliation Information Systems and Multimedia Design, Tokyo Denki University()
2nd Author's Name Hiroki SAITO
2nd Author's Affiliation Department of Information Systems and Multimedia Design
3rd Author's Name Yoshito TOBE
3rd Author's Affiliation Department of Information Systems and Multimedia Design
Date 2006-07-20
Paper # IA2006-13
Volume (vol) vol.106
Number (no) 173
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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