Program - P2P'10

Program


Final Program 

 

The registration desk at the conference will be open on every conference day from 8:30 onwards.

 

Conference Program Overview

Wednesday August 25

09:00 - 09:15  Conference Opening
09:00 - 10:15  Session 1: Keynote 1
10:15 - 10:45  Break
10:45 - 12:25  Session 2 (full papers): Storage
12:25 - 13:30  Lunch
13:30 - 15:00  Session 3 (short papers)
15:00 - 15:30  Break
15:30 - 17:10  Session 4 (full papers): BitTorrent (1)
18:00 - 19:30  Reception in the Old Town Hall of Delft

Thursday August 26

09:00 - 10:00  Session 5: Keynote 2
10:00 - 10:30  Break
10:30 - 12:10  Session 6 (full papers): Security
12:10 - 14:00  Lunch and Session 7: Demonstrations
14:00 - 15:40  Session 8 (full papers): Miscellaneous Topics
15:40 - 16:00  Break
16:00 - 17:30  Session 9: Industry Session
18:00 - 23:30  Conference Dinner in Scheveningen

Friday August 27

09:00 - 10:00  Session 10: Keynote 3
10:00 - 10:30  Break
10:30 - 12:10  Session 11 (full papers): BitTorrent (2)
12:10 - 13:00  Lunch
13:00 - 14:40  Session 12 (full Papers): Streaming
14:40 - 15:00  Break
15:00 - 16:15  Session 13 (full papers): Peer Discovery
16:15
 Conference Closing

 

Conference Program by Session


Wednesday, 25th, 09:15-10:15, Session 1: Keynote 1

  • No Way Around P2P in a User-Centric Web
    Anne-Marie Kermarrec, INRIA, Rennes, France

Wednesday, 25th, 10:45-12:25, Session 2 (full papers): Storage

  1. Online Data Backup: a Peer-Assisted Approach 
    László Toka, Matteo Dell'Amico, and Pietro Michiardi
  2. PeerDedupe: Insights into the Peer-assisted Sampling Deduplication 
    Yuanjian Xing, Zhenhua Li, and Yafei Dai
  3. Optimizing Near-Duplicate Detection for P2P Networks 
    Odysseas Papapetrou, Sukriti Ramesh, Stefan Siersdorfer, and
    Wolfgang Nejdl
  4. Availability and Redundancy in Harmony: Measuring Retrieval Times
    P2P Storage Systems  
    Lluis Pamies-Juarez, Pedro García-López, and Marc Sánchez-Artigas

Wednesday, 25th, 13:30-15:00, Session 3 (short papers)

  1. Analyzing the DC File Sharing Network
    Pavel Gurvich, Noam Koenigstein, and Yuval Shavitt
  2. Spring for Vivaldi--Orchestrating Hierarchical Network Coordinates 
    Benedikt Elser, Andreas Förschler, and Thomas Fuhrmann
  3. Measurement and Analysis of BitTorrent Traffic in Mobile WiMAX Networks 
    Seungbae Kim, Xiaofei Wang, Hyunchul Kim, Taekyoung Kwon, and 
    Yanghee Choi
  4. Do BitTorrent-like VoD Systems Scale under Flash-Crowds?    
    Lucia D'Acunto, Tamas Vinko, and Johan Pouwelse
  5. Waiting for Anonymity: Understanding Delays in the Tor Overlay  
    Prithula Dhungel, Moritz Steiner, Ivica Rimac, Volker Hilt, and Keith W. Ross
  6. Autonomous NAT Traversal  
    Andreas Müller, Nathan Evans, Christian Grothoff, and Samy Kamkar
  7. Verifiable Encryption for P2P Block Exchange  
    Gertjan Halkes and Johan Pouwelse

Wednesday, 25th, 15:30-17:10, Session 4 (full papers): BitTorrent (1)

  1. The Impact of Caching on BitTorrent-like Peer-to-peer Systems   
    Frank Lehrieder, György Dán, Tobias Hoßfeld, Simon Oechsner, and
    Vlad Singeorzan
  2. Unraveling BitTorrent's File Unavailability: Measurements and Analysis 
    Sebastian Kaune, Rubén Cuevas Rumín, Gareth Tyson, Andreas Mauthe, 
    Carmen Guerrero, and Ralf Steinmetz
  3. Can P2P-Users Benefit from Locality-Awareness?  
    Frank Lehrieder, Simon Oechsner, Tobias Hoßfeld, Zoran Despotovic, Wolfgang Kellerer, and Maximilian Michel
  4. On Tracker Selection for Peer-to-Peer Traffic Locality  
    Haiyang Wang, Jiangchuan Liu, Bo Chen, Ke Xu, and Zhen Ma

Thursday, 26th, 09:00-10:00, Session 5: Keynote 2

  • Peer-to-Peer in Future-Generation Client Architectures
    John Douceur, Microsoft Research, Redmond, WA, USA

Thursday, 26th, 10:30-12:10, Session 6 (full papers): Security

  1. Cryptographically Enforced Permissions for Fully Decentralized File Systems  
    Bernhard Amann and Thomas Fuhrmann
  2. Distributed Access Enforcement in P2P Networks: When Privacy Comes Into Play
    Marc Sánchez-Artigas
  3. On the Privacy of Peer-Assisted Distribution of Security Patches  
    Di Wu, Cong Tang, Prithula Dhungel, Nitesh Saxena, and Keith W. Ross
  4. Spads: Publisher Anonymization for DHT Storage   
    Pascal Felber, Martin Rajman, Etienne Rivière, Valerio Schiavoni, and
    José Valerio

Thursday, 26th, 12:10-14:00, Session 7: Demonstrations

  1. A QoE-Aware P2P Streaming System Using Scalable Video Coding  
    Osama Abboud, Thomas Zinner, Konstantin Pussep, Simon Oechsner,
    Ralf Steinmetz, and Phuoc Tran-Gia
  2. Network Friendly P2P-TV: The Napa-Wine Approach  
    Luca Abeni, Árpad Bakay, Marco Biazzini, Robert Birke, Emilio Leonardi, Renato Lo Cigno, Csaba Kiraly, Marco Mellia, Saverio Niccolini, Jan Seedorf, Tivadar Szemethy, and Giuseppe Tropea
  3. Online Video Using BitTorrent and HTML5 Applied to Wikipedia  
    Arno Bakker, Riccardo Petrocco, Michael Dale, Jan Gerber,
    Victor Grishchenko, Diego Rabaioli, and
    Johan Pouwelse
  4. WhatsUp: News, From, For, Through, Everyone  
    Antoine Boutet, Davide Frey, Rachid Guerraoui, and Anne-Marie Kermarrec
  5. Integrated Measurement and Analysis of P2P Streaming Traffic by the Java Tool Atheris
    Philipp Eittenberger, Udo R. Krieger, Arkadiusz Biernacki, and
    Natalia M. Markovich
  6. radioActive WiFi Sharing for Autonomous Peers  
    Till Elsner, Nhan-Tam Nguyen, and Björn Scheuermann
  7. Affluenza: Towards Universal Churn Generation  
    Enrique Fernández-Casado, Marc Sánchez-Artigas, and Pedro García-López
  8. LifeSocial.KOM: A P2P-based Platform for Secure Online Social Networks  
    Kalman Graffi, Christian Gross, Patrick Mukherjee, Aleksandra Kovacevic, and Ralf Steinmetz
  9. BitMON: A Tool for Automated Monitoring of the BitTorrent DHT  
    Konrad Jünemann, Philipp Andelfinger, Jochen Dinger, and
    Hannes Hartenstein
  10. Performance Evaluation of Peer-to-Peer Gaming Overlays  
    Max Lehn, Tonio Triebel, Christof Leng, Alejandro Buchmann, and
    Wolfgang Effelsberg

Thursday, 26th, 14:00-15:40, Session 8 (full papers): Miscellaneous Topics

  1. Towards Plugging Privacy Leaks in the Domain Name System   
    Yanbin Lu and Gene Tsudik
  2. Hivory: Range Queries on Hierarchical Voronoi Overlays   
    Matteo Mordacchini, Laura Ricci, Luca Ferrucci, Michele Albano, and
    Ranieri Baraglia
  3. ASAP Top-k Query Processing in Unstructured P2P Systems   
    William Kokou Dédzoé, Philippe Lamarre, Reza Akbarinia, and
    Patrick Valduriez
  4. Local Access to Sparse and Large Global Information in P2P Networks:
    a Case for Compressive Sensing   
    Rossano Gaeta, Marco Grangetto, and Matteo Sereno

Thursday, 26th, 16:00-17:30, Session 9: Industry Session

  1. Technical Assessment and Deployment Considerations of Economic Traffic Management Mechanisms
    María A. Callejo-Rodríguez, Juan A. Sanz-García, and Adrián Maeso-Martín, Telefónica, Madrid, Spain
  2. Branch Office Network Optimizations with BranchCache™
    Ravi Rao, See-Mong Tan, and Sandeep K. Singhal, Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA, USA
  3. Challenges and Opportunities of Internet Television: Optimizing Peer-to-Peer Technologies for Set-Top Boxes
    Mark Stuart, Pioneer, UK

Friday, 27th, 09:00-10:00, Session 10: Keynote 3

  • Dilemmas in Law: How to Deal with Peer to Peer?
    Nico van Eijk, Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam, 
    the Netherlands

Friday, 27th, 10:30-12:10, Session 11 (full papers): BitTorrent (2)

  1. Can Realistic BitTorrent Experiments Be Performed on Clusters?  
    Ashwin Rao, Arnaud Legout, and Walid Dabbous
  2. Understanding Peer Exchange in BitTorrent Systems   
    Di Wu, Prithula Dhungel, Xiaojun Hei, Chao Zhang, and Keith W. Ross
  3. Measurements, Analysis and Modeling of Private Trackers   
    Xiaowei Chen, Yixin Jiang, and Xiaowen Chu
  4. Improving Accuracy and Coverage in an Internet-Deployed Reputation Mechanism 
    Rahim Delaviz, Nazareno Andrade, and Johan A. Pouwelse

Friday, 27th, 13:00-14:40, Session 12 (full papers): Streaming

  1. QoE in Pull Based P2P-TV Systems: Overlay Topology Design Tradeoffs 
    Rossella Fortuna, Emilio Leonardi, Marco Mellia, Michela Meo, and
    Stefano Traverso
  2. Spotify--Large Scale, Low Latency, P2P Music-on-Demand Streaming  
    Gunnar Kreitz and Fredrik Niemelä
  3. Multi-Source Scheduling in Streaming Erasure-Coded Video over
    P2P Networks
    Man Lok Ma and Jack Y. B. Lee
  4. NAP: An Agent-based Scheme on Reducing Churn-Induced Delays for 
    P2P Live Streaming 
    Fei Huang, Binoy Ravindran, and Maleq Khan

Friday, 27th, 15:00-16:15, Session 13 (full papers): Peer Discovery

  1. Boosting Gossip for Live Streaming   
    Davide Frey, Rachid Guerraoui, Anne-Marie Kermarrec, and Maxime Monod
  2. IMP: ISP-Managed P2P   
    Shakir James and Patrick Crowley
  3. Addressing the P2P Bootstrap Problem for Small Overlay Networks   
    David Isaac Wolinsky, Pierre St. Juste, P. Oscar Boykin, and
    Renato Figueiredo

 


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