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Overlay management protocols have been introduced to guarantee overlay network connectivity in dynamic largescale peer-to-peer systems. Some of these protocols have been specifically designed to avoid the partitioning of the overlay in large clusters (network breakage) despite massive node failures and the continuous arrivals/departures of nodes (churn). In this paper we identify a second effect connected to churn, namely network erosion. We show how erosion affects overlay network connectivitydoi:10.1109/aina.2007.71 dblp:conf/aina/BaldoniBQRPV07 fatcat:2pdikv3umbbo5luhl2fisixzoa