Understanding Disconnection and Stabilization of Chord
IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems
Previous analytical work on the resilience of P2P networks has been restricted to disconnection arising from simultaneous failure of all neighbors in routing tables of participating users. In this paper, we focus on a different technique for maintaining consistent graphs (Chord's successor sets and periodic stabilizations) under both static and dynamic node failure. We derive closed-form models for the probability that Chord remains connected under both types of node failure and show the effect of using different stabilization interval lengths (i.e., exponential, uniform, and constant) on the probability of partitioning in Chord.
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Yao, Zhongmei and Loguinov, Dmitri, "Understanding Disconnection and Stabilization of Chord" (2011). Computer Science Faculty Publications. 163.