A game theoretic approach to provide incentive and service differentiation in P2P networks

@inproceedings{Ma2004AGT,
  title={A game theoretic approach to provide incentive and service differentiation in P2P networks},
  author={Richard T. B. Ma and Sam C. M. Lee and John C. S. Lui and David K. Y. Yau},
  booktitle={SIGMETRICS},
  year={2004}
}
Traditional peer-to-peer (P2P) networks do not provide service differentiation and incentive for users. Consequently, users can obtain services without themselves contributing any information or service to a P2P community. This leads to the "free-riding" and "tragedy of the commons" problems, in which the majority of information requests are directed towards a small number of P2P nodes willing to share their resources. The objective of this work is to enable service differentiation in a P2P… CONTINUE READING

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