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Peer-to-Peer Computing Conference

The IEEE Peer-to-Peer Computing conference solicits papers on both theoretical and systems aspects of large-scale distributed systems. The conference focuses on the design, analysis, and use of peer-to-peer computing technologies in P2P systems, in datacenters and cloud computing systems, and in other large-scale distributed systems. We seek high-quality and original contributions in areas including (but not limited to):

- P2P techniques and algorithms for P2P systems on the Internet
- P2P techniques and algorithms for datacenters and virtualized environments
- P2P techniques and algorithms for cloud processing and key-value/NoSQL stores
- P2P techniques and algorithms for high performance computing and grids
- P2P techniques and algorithms for mobile computing
- Experience with widely-deployed and commercial systems and applications
- Measurement and modeling of P2P systems, cloud systems, and large-scale distributed systems
- P2P applications and systems running in the Internet, in clouds, and in mobile systems
- Self-organization and self-management
- Social networks and socially-informed infrastructures
- Semantic overlay networks and semantic query routing
- Information retrieval and query support
- Security, privacy, anonymity, and anti-censorship
- P2P economics, participation incentives, trust, reputation, incentives, fairness, policy enforcement
- Overlay architectures and technologies
- Performance, availability, robustness, and scalability
- New applications of P2P technologies

Submission deadline: 
Fri, 05/02/2014
London, UK
Conference Date: 
Mon, 09/08/2014 to Fri, 09/12/2014



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