Circular Overlay

Circular DHT
Circular DHT

To deal with this problem of scale. let's now look at organizing the peers into a circle. In this circular arrangement, each peer only keeps track of its immediate successor (modulo 2n). An instance of such a circle is shown in Figure 1(a). In this instance, n is again 4 and there are

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