Kornel Csernai

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—Peer-to-peer file-sharing has been increasingly popular in the last decade. In most cases file-sharing communities provide only minimal functionality, such as search and download. Extra features such as recommendation are difficult to implement because users are typically unwilling to provide sufficient rating information for the items they download. For(More)
—In a typical BitTorrent swarm, a large proportion of the peers are behind firewalls or NATs. These peers are called unconnectable. When developing P2P applications, a main requirement is to handle unconnectable peers appropriately. One important aspect of this problem, which has not been emphasized so far, is understanding the difference between the(More)
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