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The pace of research on peer-to-peer (P2P) networking in the last five years warrants a critical survey. P2P has the makings of a disruptive technology-it can aggregate enormous storage and processing resources while minimizing entry and scaling costs. Failures are common amongst massive numbers of distributed peers, though the impact of individual failures may be less than in conventional architectures. Thus the key to realizing P2P's potential in applications other than casual file sharing isdoi:10.1016/j.comnet.2006.02.001 fatcat:y53zlgwdy5gp5l5ki3grg6wuk4