P2P Video Delivery With SURFNET for Fast Search
Source: International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering (IJARCSSE)
A Peer-To-Peer video on demand has been developed to reduce the pressure of the YouTube by reducing the search delay of existing peer to peer system. The system the authors consider consists of peers which are interested in receiving the video stream (RTP server) and peers which have obtained the complete video stream and are willing to share it freely with other peers (RTP client). In Peer-To-Peer Video Delivery With SURFNET For Fast Search the video is divided into chunks and super-chunks to construct an AVL tree which provides data which is chunk level data.