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  • 100 farmers

    1. 1. 100 farmers story how Overlay Networks take them apart from the government structure
    2. 2. Problem Suppose there are 100 farming houses equipped with solar, wind and small-scale hydroelectric power How can this village be independent from the country’s infrastructures? Identify problems where overlay networking can play, and Design an ecosystem so that the village can sustain itself
    3. 3. Small Farming Ecosystem Energy Food Water Garbage Communication
    4. 4. Energy
    5. 5. Identification The farmers will be nods of a energy grid People believe in the peers and make agreements to connect themselves to the grid Direct identification becomes necessary for the fairness of the system: if somebody is abusing, they can be punished Locality will help it to be accessed faster and reliable
    6. 6. Hash Table Consistent Hashing would be the fastest way to 1 2 3 organize the grid 5 6 7 Exchange the identifications 4 and understand who is giving and who is receiving 8 9 10 the information (Plaxton mesh)
    7. 7. Routing 1 2 3 Distributed Hash Table Consistent Hashing with 4 5 6 7 Tapestry system every house is a client and 8 9 10 a server itself
    8. 8. Hashing at first it checks from 1 to 2 3 1 100 if some node get out, it 4 5 6 7 does the recount re- organizing it 8 9 10 1 - 2 - 4 - 5 - 7 - 8 - 9 -10
    9. 9. Incentive and fairness Being independent from the government gives people more freedom to act and saves them money Being part of the grid, you should be able to get energy from the closest neighbor that is generating extra energy You will also be backed up in a time of failure of your own system
    10. 10. Incentive and fairness 2 Given the right incentives, we don’t need a main control A P2P system in which will punish a bit inefficient energy user or the non-contributors to the grid by not supporting them in a case of a high-demand by the other farms Although a main organization would be the easiest way to keep the trustworthy of the energy measurements and distribution, we are trying to be independent and fair
    11. 11. Incentive and fairness 3 Not everyone need to be a contributor, but being one reduces your costs in the long run and can even be an extra credit source for your farm If the use of energy of a farm is growing too much, they would be advised to invest more in energy since they are growing and can be even bigger it would motivate them to supply the grid
    12. 12. Rendezvous looks a bit like “i3” 1E 1W 1S it will guarantee that the farmers always find the 2E 2W 2S 3E resources not enough energy in the 3S 3W 4W grid is a big threat
    13. 13. Rendezvous 2 Bayeux: multicast 1E 1W 1S identifiers and routing farms can find the fastest 2E 2W 2S 3E way to get energy from the closest place offering 3S 3W 4W (red arrow)
    14. 14. Rendezvous 3 not enough energy scenario: 1E ! 1W 1S the system distributes the ! ! energy offering a equally 2E 2W 2S 3E small packet for each farm ! it holds the production, but 3S 3W 4W avoids the total blackout
    15. 15. self-organization Diffusion group with Client/Servers system Every energy source in the village (water, wind, solar) would give the extra energy not used by the owner to the grid.
    16. 16. P2P economy none of the internet P2P systems showed at class would be perfect for the energy distribution because: different farms have different influences of power and they understand that in a normal situation, there is no motivation to be unfair, keeping the system, in general, prevented from malicious attacks we don’t want a main monetary control for the farmers
    17. 17. P2P economy A friendly sharing system: if you consume more than you produce you give the extra to the grid for free with the farms growing because of that help, that farmers would have eventually to invest in energy themselves. Being, in the future, an energy provider himself
    18. 18. Food
    19. 19. P2P economy i-Wat The i-Wat system would work really well inside a community with just 100 farmers for the food exchange
    20. 20. Water
    21. 21. Water supply This is a important issue because is based in geographic location A fair system would be the rationalization of water to supply the whole community equal
    22. 22. Water supply 2 Rain water catchment would also have to be implemented and supply a water grid a lot alike the energy one Since water is even more vital, the distribution needs to be as fair as possible
    23. 23. Garbage
    24. 24. Recycling? This is a point where having a central recycling station for solids inside the society would be the most viable way The organic material could be used by the farm itself for fertilizer or even bio-fuel contributing to the grid
    25. 25. Communication
    26. 26. Still dependable? This is a really hard issue in independence because is too expensive for 100 farmers to create their own communication system
    27. 27. 3G + P2P A form to have a nice cost- performance is installing 3G antennas making the internet access from anywhere in the farm areas possible To avoid slow internet or processing, P2P can be used to share the bandwidth or even CPU processor to the whole system
    28. 28. Overlay Networks Professor: Saito Kenji Student: Gustavo Dore Student number: 80936693 dore@kmd.keio.ac.jp

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