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2012/11/20, MC103, 12 - 12:30

A probabilistic analysis of Kademlia networks
Xing Shi Cai , Master's student, McGill

Abstract:

Nowadays Kademlia is one of the most widely used dhts (Distributed Hash Table) in P2P (peer-to-peer) networks. This work studies one essential question about Kademlia overlay networks from a mathematical perspective: how long does it take to locate a node? To answer it, we introduce a random graph K to model a Kademlia overlay and study how long it takes to locate a given vertex in K by using Kademlia’s routing algorithm.