Mihajlo A. Jovanovic

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In this paper we study the latency effects introduced in large scale internet applications. In particular, we study the effects of heterogeneous latency on reachability in decentralized, distributed networks operating under flooding protocols. We show that the standard protocol mechanisms of time-to-live (TTL) and unique message identification (UID), used(More)
File sharing is a very popular service provided by peer-to-peer (P2P) networks. In a P2P file-sharing network, users share files and issue queries to the network to find the locations of the files residing at other peer nodes. Due to factors such as large user base and use of query broadcast protocols, each node in the network receives many search queries(More)
The building of complex systems from basic logic gates is one of the hallmarks of circuit design in electrical engineering. The question arises whether a similar strategy can be adopted for the design of artificial biological systems. In this paper, we present the design of two logic gates, a biological AND and a biological XOR. They can be combined to(More)
Peer-to-peer overlay networks present new opportunities and challenges for achieving enhanced network functionality at the application level. In this paper we study the impact of point-to-point network latency on flooding broadcast operations in peer-to-peer overlay networks. We show that two standard protocol mechanisms, used to control the amount of(More)
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