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Dispersy Bundle Synchronization

@inproceedings{Zeilemaker2013DispersyBS,
  title={Dispersy Bundle Synchronization},
  author={Niels Zeilemaker and Boudewijn Schoon and Johan A. Pouwelse},
  year={2013}
}
In this technical report we present Dispersy, a fully decentralized system for data bundle synchronization, capable of running in challenged network environments. Key features of Dispersy are stateless synchronization using Bloomfilters, decentralized NAT traversal, and data bundle selection algorithms that allow the system to scale over 100,000 bundles in the presence of high churn and high-load scenario’s. The versatility and good performance of Dispersy is shown by comparing it to Cassandra… 
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