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The current methods used to test and study peer-to-peer systems (namely modeling, simulation, or execution on real testbeds) often show limits regarding scalability, realism and accuracy. This paper describes and evaluates P2PLab, our framework to study peer-to-peer systems by combining emulation (use of the real studied application within a configured synthetic environment) and virtualization. P2PLab is scalable (it uses a distributed network model) and has good virtualization characteristicsdoi:10.1109/ipdps.2006.1639711 dblp:conf/ipps/NussbaumR06 fatcat:63diuvmw2bfgbpylqz4yupnwu4