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Peer-to-peer systems that dynamically interact collaborate and share resources are increasingly being deployed in wide-area environments. The inherent ad-hoc nature of these systems makes it difficult to meet the Quality of Service (QoS) requirements of the distributed applications, thus having a direct impact on their scalability, efficiency arid performance. This paper proposes adaptive algorithms to meet applications QoS demands and balance the load across multiple peers.
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