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Sixth International Workshop on
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  • Rameez Rahman and David Hales and Michel Meulpolder and Vincent Heinink and Johan Pouwelse and Henk Sips (TU Delft, NL)
    Robust vote sampling in a P2P media distribution system

  • Ivan Hernandez Serrano and Shadanan Sharma and Alberto Leon-Garcia (U. Toronto, CA)
    Reliable P2P Networks: TrebleCast and Treblecast*

  • Frédéric Aidouni and Matthieu Latapy and Clémence Magnien (LIP6 - CNRS and UPMC, FR)
    Ten weeks in the life of an eDonkey server

  • Jouni Mäenpää and Gonzalo Camarillo (Ericsson, FI)
    Study on Maintenance Operations in a Chord-based Peer-to-Peer Session Initiation Protocol Overlay Network

  • Vincenza Carchiolo and Antonio Lima and Giuseppe Mangioni (U. Catania, IT)
    Resource advertising in PROSA P2P network

  • Gennaro Cordasco and Alberto Negro and Alessandra Sala and Vittorio Scarano (U. Salerno, IT and UCSB, USA)
    Relaxed-2-Chord: Efficiency, Flexibility and provable Stretch

  • Matthieu Latapy and Oussama Allali and Clémence Magnien (LIP6 - CNRS and UPMC, FR)
    Measurement of eDonkey Activity with Distributed Honeypots

  • Akos Horvath and Miklos Telek and Dario Rossi and Paolo Veglia and Delia Ciullo and Maria Antonieta Garcia da Rocha Neta and Marco Mellia and Emilio Leonardi (BME, HU and Telecom, FR and Politecnico di Torino, IT)
    Network Awareness of P2P Live Streaming Applications

  • Michel Meulpolder and Johan Pouwelse and Dick Epema and Henk Sips (TU Delft, NL)
    BarterCast: A practical approach to prevent lazy freeriding in P2P networks

  • Osama Abboud and Aleksandra Kovacevic and Kalman Graffi and Konstantin Pussep and Ralf Steinmetz (TU Darmstadt, DE)
    Underlay Awareness in P2P Systems: Techniques and Challenges

  • Salvatore Spoto and Rossano Gaeta and Marco Grangetto and Matteo Sereno (U. Torino, IT)
    Analysis of PPLive through active and passive measurements

  • Luca Foschini and Antonio Corradi (U. Bologna, IT)
    A DDS-Compliant P2P Infrastructure for Reliable and QoS-Enabled Data Dissemination


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