Multiclass P2P networks: Static resource allocation for service differentiation and bandwidth diversity

@article{ClvenotPerronnin2005MulticlassPN,
  title={Multiclass P2P networks: Static resource allocation for service differentiation and bandwidth diversity},
  author={Florence Cl{\'e}venot-Perronnin and Philippe Nain and Keith W. Ross},
  journal={Perform. Eval.},
  year={2005},
  volume={62},
  pages={32-49}
}
We propose a multiclass fluid model for BitTorrent-like content-distribution systems. The new model can model heterogeneous peers, in which peers have different access bandwidths. The model can also model BitTorrent-like systems which provide differential service (for example, first class and second class service) to the participating peers. The fluid model leads to a non-linear system of differential equations with special structure. For the service differentiation problem, we prove that the… CONTINUE READING
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