With its novel XOR-based metric topology, Kademlia is the first peer-to-peer system to combine provable consistency and performance, latency-minimizing routing, and a symmetric, unidirectional topology. In The Kademlia Protocol Succinctly, author Marc Clifton leads readers through the positive aspects of Kademlia's decentralized specifications. He also details map specification with implementation, areas of concern with the specification, and abstract key areas of the design so that readers can proceed with confidence.
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Table of Contents
The DHT Class
Persisting the DHT
Considerations for an Asynchronous Implementation
A Basic TCP Subnet Protocol
RPC Error Handling and Delayed Eviction
Putting It Together: A Demo
Things Not Implemented
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