ICCCN 2009 – Track on Peer-to-peer Networking (P2PN)

In recent years, peer-to-peer (P2P) technology has proven itself, through initial deployment success, as a strong enabling platform to support a wide variety of killer applications such as Internet TV, video conferencing, persistent storage, etc. Via utilizing end host resources such as storage capacity and access bandwidth, P2P can effectively support the large-scale distribution of high-volume content as well as services with high scalability and availability.

This special track solicits original works addressing all aspects related to P2P with an emphasis on system issues, including architectural design, distributed protocol design, security and peer authentication mechanism, prototype deployment experience, and new applications.

In addition to the topics listed below, we would like to attract submissions on issues that arise while implementing a real P2P system. Those issues can be, but are not limited to: caching and disk access, interaction with TCP congestion control, reliability and availability of system components, report on utilization or conception of P2P libraries, report on practical issues with NAT traversal, etc.

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