Dynamic Bandwidth for Minimum Delay Peer-To-Peer Streaming

In the peer to peer network the high bandwidth demand for uploading multimedia applications. The uploading bandwidth of individual peers to distribute content at low server cost. The peer to peer bandwidth sharing design is very efficient for bandwidth sensitive applications. The uploading bandwidth of peer cannot be utilized the piece of content until it completes the download of the content. In this paper, the authors propose a fully dynamic algorithm to achieve optimal peer selection and streaming rate allocation, which minimizes peer -to-peer latencies in the streaming sessions. They design this efficient dynamic algorithm based on the solution to a linear optimization model, which optimizes towards a latency-related objective to decide the best streaming rates among peers.

Provided by: International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technologies Topic: Networking Date Added: Nov 2011 Format: PDF

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