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1 Introduction
1.1 Outline of work
2 Peer-to-Peer vs. Client-Server Paradigm
2.1 Internet Architectures
2.1.1 Classification of Computer Systems
2.2 Peer-to-Peer Architecture
2.2.1 Definitions
Peer-to-Peer architecture:
2.2.2 Pure Peer-to-Peer Architecture
2.2.3 Hybrid Peer-to-Peer Architecture
2.2.4 Advantages and Disadvantages
2.3 Client-Server Architecture
2.3.1 Definitions
2.3.2 Architecture
2.3.3 Advantages and Disadvantages
2.4 A Generic Approach - Replace all C/S Systems with pure P2P Systems
2.4.1 Hardware changes
2.4.2 Software changes
2.4.3 Conclusions
3 System Classification and Focus
3.1 General Approach to evaluate Costs
3.2 Compared Applications in the Area of File Sharing
3.2.1 Gnutella
3.2.2 Napster
3.2.3 File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
3.2.4 A Qualitative Comparison
3.3 Criteria to evaluate File Sharing Applications
4.1.3 Servers
4.1.4 Internet
4.2 Gnutella Application Simulation Model
4.3 FTP Application Simulation Model
4.4 Napster Application Simulation Model
4.5 Cost Distribution Analysis
4.5.1 Gnutella
4.5.3 Napster
4.6 Costs Models
4.6.1 Gnutella Cost Model
4.6.2 FTP Cost Model
4.6.3 Napster Cost Model
4.6.4 Cost Perspectives
4.7 Limitations of the Models
4.8 Cost Scenarios (simulations)
5 Stakeholder Analysis
5.1 Peer/Client
5.1.1 Cost for the next 4 years
5.1.2 Costs without Investment
5.1.3 Performance
5.2.1 Cost for the next 4 years
5.2.2 Costs without Investment
5.2.3 Performance
5.4.1 Cost for the next 4 years
5.4.2 Costs without Investment
5.5 Economic Summary
5.6 Qualitative Evaluation
6 Conclusions, Recommendations and Outlook
6.1 Conclusions and Recommendations
7 Appendix
7.1 Additional Figures
7.1.1 FTP Log Files
7.1.2 Gnutella Model: Maple Code and Additional Figures
7.1.3 FTP Model: Maple Code and Additional Figures
7.1.4 Napster Model: Maple Code and Additional Figures
7.2 Stakeholder Analysis
7.2.1 Peer/Client Cost Perspective without Investment
7.2.2 Peer/Client Load Performance
7.2.3 Server Cost Perspective without Investment
7.2.4 ISP Cost Perspective
7.2.5 Overall Cost Perspective without Investment
7.3 Application Parameters
8 References
9 List of Figures
10 List of Tables
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Client-Server vs. P2P

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