Section: New Results

Peer to Peer Networks Performance

Participants : Fabien Mathieu, François Baccelli.

In [3] , we present and discuss possible architectures for P2P systems to manage overlays that try to cope with the underlying network.

In [40] , [29] , we discuss theoretical performance issues that arise from using “Live Seeding”, a technique that can be employed to leverage the capacity of a P2P/Hybrid Live Streaming Systems by utilizing the capacities of idle peers.

In [38] , we propose a new paradigm for P2P networks, where the bandwidth bottleneck is not the access node anymore. This new model is versatile enough to be used in the context of classical networks with congestion control, wireless networks, or semantic networks.