On the Asymptotic Behavior of End-Point-Based Multicast Streaming

In this paper, the authors propose an analytical model of a resilient, tree-based end-node multicast streaming architecture that employs path diversity and forward error correction for improved resilience to node churns and packet losses. They show that this architecture can distribute data to nodes arbitrarily far away from the root of the trees as long as the loss probability is lower than a certain threshold, but the probability of packet reception suddenly drops to zero once this threshold is exceeded. The value of the threshold depends on the ratio of redundancy and on the number of the distribution trees.

Provided by: KTH - Royal Institute of Technology Topic: Mobility Date Added: Jan 2013 Format: PDF

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