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Using the small-world model to improve Freenet performance

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Efficient data retrieval in a peer-to-peer system like Freenet is a challenging problem. We study the impact of cache replacement policy on the performance of Freenet. We find that, with Freenet's LRU (least recently used) cache replacement, there is a steep reduction in the hit ratio with increasing load. Based on intuition from the small-world models and the recent theoretical results by Kleinberg, we propose an enhanced-clustering cache replacement scheme for use in place of LRU. Such a replacement scheme forces the routing tables to resemble neighbor relationships in a small-world acquaintance graph - clustering with light randomness. In our simulation, this new scheme improved the request hit ratio dramatically while keeping the small average hops per successful request comparable to LRU. A simple, highly idealized model of Freenet under clustering with light randomness proves that the expected message delivery time in Freenet is O(log2n) if the routing tables satisfy the small-world model and have the size θ(log2n).

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INFOCOM 2002. Twenty-First Annual Joint Conference of the IEEE Computer and Communications Societies. Proceedings. IEEE  (Volume:3 )

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2002

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