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Mr.Tree: Multiple Realities in Tree-based Monitoring Overlays for Peer-to-Peer Networks

Author(s): Andreas Disterhöft, Phillip Sandkühler, Andre Ippisch, Kalman Graffi.
Title: Mr.Tree: Multiple Realities in Tree-based Monitoring Overlays for Peer-to-Peer Networks
Published: Proceedings of the International Conference on Computing, Networking and Communications, , pp. 1-7, Silicon Valley, USA, March 2018
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Abstract: Peer-to-peer systems are difficult to manage due to their decentralized nature and the lack of a central controlling instance, thus, establishing a quality of service is a challenging task.In the last decade decentralized monitoring approaches have been proposed which are either precise or fault-tolerant.Tree-based approaches which belong to the former category are prone to churn as the structure needs to reorganize itself on node failures.Mr.Tree is proposed in this paper, a protocol which enhances the robustness of existing tree-based approaches by introducing multiple realities, that is, building up multiple trees, and smartly replicate and maintain aggregated data.Three modes are proposed to fit individual scenarios and needs.Evaluation shows a significant decrease of the error in completeness of monitoring data while keeping the costs relatively low.The error of the extended protocol under heavy churn is in the magnitude of the original protocol under low churn conditions, which is 8%, whereby the error of the original protocol under heavy churn raises to a value above 22%.The superior precision cancels out the increased costs already in scenarios with moderate churn conditions.
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