Self-organized construction of distributed access structures: A comparative evaluation of P-Grid and FreeNet

This paper provides a quantative comparison of the efficiency of the self-organized construction processes of the P-Grid and FreeNet peer-to-peer systems. Starting from a defined, realistic network topology we simulate the construction of their access structures and measure the incurred message load and memory usage for routing tables. Besides these results our experimental setup may also be used as a starting point for defining a standard test and evaluation suite for P2P systems.


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