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P2P overlay networks are large-scale distributed systems. They are used mainly for data sharing and content distribution and can be more efficient than the traditional client-server data models. On the other hand, emerging Mesh networks are effective solutions for ubiquitous broadband access. High throughput, cost effectiveness, and ease of deployment are key features of these networks. The deployment of P2P systems over mesh networks is the main topic of this paper. Both systems need to form multiple shortest path trees in order to transfer data and the joint optimization of these systems, using a cross layer approach, promises good gains in terms of data throughput and fairness.
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