Hani Salah

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—Measuring accurate graph snapshots of peer-to-peer (P2P) overlay networks is essential to understand these systems. Furthermore, the captured graph snapshots can be used, among other important purposes, as traces for simulation studies, to validate existing simulation models, to design and implement targeted attacks, or to detect anomalies. Motivated by(More)
—The family of Kademlia-type systems represents the most efficient and most widely deployed class of internet-scale distributed systems. Its success has caused plenty of large scale measurements and simulation studies, and several improvements have been introduced. Its character of parallel and non-deterministic lookups, however, so far has prevented any(More)
—Discovery of nodes and content in large-scale distributed systems is generally based on Kademlia, today. Understanding Kademlia-type systems to improve their performance is essential for maintaining a high service quality for an increased number of participants, particularly when those systems are adopted by latency-sensitive applications. This paper(More)
—Discovery of nodes and content in large-scale distributed systems is generally based on Kademlia, today. Understanding Kademlia-type systems to improve their performance is essential for maintaining a high service quality for an increased number of participants, particularly when those systems are adopted by latency-sensitive applications. This paper(More)