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Swarming peer-to-peer systems play an increasingly instrumental role in Internet content distribution. It is therefore important to better understand how these systems behave in practice. Recent research efforts have looked at various protocol parameters and have measured how they affect system performance and robustness. However, the importance of the strategy based on which peers establish connections has been largely overlooked. This work utilizes extensive simulations to examine the defaultdoi:10.1109/icccn.2009.5235297 dblp:conf/icccn/HamraLLB09 fatcat:y2rmya456jeavgr4tcpmqcqgoa