CORPS: Building a Community Of Reputable PeerS in Distributed Hash Tables

Abstract : Building trust is a major concern in Peer-to-Peer networks as several kinds of applications rely on the presence of trusted . Traditional techniques do not scale, produce very high overheads or rely on unrealistic assumptions. In this paper, we propose a new membership algorithm (Community Of Reputable PeerS, CORPS) for Distributed Hash Tables which builds a community of reputable nodes and thus enables the implementation of pseudo-trusted services. CORPS uses a reputation-based approach to decide whether a node can be a member of the group or not. We demonstrate the benefits of this approach and evaluate how much it improves the reliability of a trusted routing service.
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The Computer Journal, Oxford University Press (UK), 2011, 54 (10), pp.1721-1735. 〈10.1093/comjnl/bxr087〉
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Erika Rosas, Olivier Marin, Xavier Bonnaire. CORPS: Building a Community Of Reputable PeerS in Distributed Hash Tables. The Computer Journal, Oxford University Press (UK), 2011, 54 (10), pp.1721-1735. 〈10.1093/comjnl/bxr087〉. 〈inria-00627499〉

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