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Efficient Media-on-demand over multiple Multicast groups

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WALDVOGEL, Marcel, Ramaprabhu JANAKIRAMAN, 2001. Efficient Media-on-demand over multiple Multicast groups. GLOBECOM '01. IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference. San Antonio, TX, USA. In: GLOBECOM'01. IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference (Cat. No.01CH37270). IEEE, pp. 1662-1666. ISBN 0-7803-7206-9. Available under: doi: 10.1109/GLOCOM.2001.965862

@inproceedings{Waldvogel2001Effic-5978, title={Efficient Media-on-demand over multiple Multicast groups}, year={2001}, doi={10.1109/GLOCOM.2001.965862}, isbn={0-7803-7206-9}, publisher={IEEE}, booktitle={GLOBECOM'01. IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference (Cat. No.01CH37270)}, pages={1662--1666}, author={Waldvogel, Marcel and Janakiraman, Ramaprabhu} }

application/pdf eng Janakiraman, Ramaprabhu Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic First publ. in: IEEE Globecom (Global Internet Symposium), San Antonio, TX, USA, November 2001. Waldvogel, Marcel Using multicast for serving popular movies on demand reduces load on the server and the network by eliminating redundant packet transmission. To permit clients to arrive at times of their choosing, periodic rebroadcast is necessary. In addition, splitting the transmission over multiple multicast groups reduces the cost of rebroadcasting by allowing clients to unsubscribe from groups in which they are no longer interested.<br />The focus of this paper is to develop techniques for efficient Media-on-Demand delivery to asynchronous clients over multiple multicast groups. We start by describing an existing periodic multicast technique that is near-optimal in terms of server bandwidth. Given a small number of groups alpha, we then show how to distribute content over these groups in a way that minimizes network impact. We present a theoretical analysis of the performance gains and compare these predictions with simulations over real and generated network topologies. We find that using even a small number of multicast groups provides significant reduction in overall network bandwidth. Janakiraman, Ramaprabhu 2001 2011-03-24T16:08:31Z 2011-03-24T16:08:31Z Efficient Media-on-demand over multiple Multicast groups Waldvogel, Marcel

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