Video streaming in unstructured peer-to-peer networks Public Deposited

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Graduation date: 2009

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  • With the increase in demand for streaming media capabilities across the Internet, the focus has shifted from traditional client-server to peer-to-peer approaches. Content Distribution Networks (CDNs) have also recently moved from web acceleration to media streaming. P2P CDNs can be used both as a delivery mechanism and as an independent network. However, media streaming poses different challenges from traditional content distribution, such as in-order distribution; and p2p networks use more traffic, and lack QoS control and measurement. In addition, constraints like a high churn rate and small upload bandwidths can affect the video playback at the peers. We find that certain strategies can be used to optimize the streaming experience at the receiving nodes, while also being scalable and robust to churn. This project presents the experimental results of MPEG-4 video streaming using different approaches in unstructured p2p networks.
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