Estimating Self-Sustainability in Peer-to-Peer Swarming Systems

@article{Menasch2010EstimatingSI,
  title={Estimating Self-Sustainability in Peer-to-Peer Swarming Systems},
  author={D. Menasch{\'e} and Antonio A. Rocha and E. Silva and R. Le{\~a}o and D. Towsley and A. Venkataramani},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2010},
  volume={abs/1004.0395}
}
Peer-to-peer swarming is one of the \emph{de facto} solutions for distributed content dissemination in today's Internet. By leveraging resources provided by clients, swarming systems reduce the load on and costs to publishers. However, there is a limit to how much cost savings can be gained from swarming; for example, for unpopular content peers will always depend on the publisher in order to complete their downloads. In this paper, we investigate this dependence. For this purpose, we propose a… Expand
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