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Motivating participation in internet routing overlays
Proceedings of the 3rd international workshop on Economics of networked systems - NetEcon '08
PeerWise is an Internet routing overlay that reduces end-to-end latencies by allowing peers to forward through a relay instead of connecting directly to their destinations. Fundamental to PeerWise is the notion of peering agreements between two peers, wherein they agree to forward for one another. In this paper, we consider the problem of motivating users to establish and maintain peerings in a completely decentralized, scalable manner. We show that routing overlays present unique challengesdoi:10.1145/1403027.1403048 dblp:conf/sigcomm/LevinBLSB08 fatcat:c4djskxnmjgqjpdwucwbw3fohm