Thursday, 21 November 2013

IEEE 2013:Window - based streaming Video - on-Demand Transmission on BitTorrent-Like Peer-to-Peer Networks

IEEE 2013 consumer Communications and Networking Conference

Technology - Available in Java

Abstract—Peer-to-Peer (P2P) networks are distributed systems where no central authority rules the behavior of the individual peers. These systems relay on the voluntary participation of the peers to help each other and reduce congestion at the data servers. Bit Torrent is a popular file-sharing P2P application originally designed for non real-time data. Given the inherent characteristics of these systems, they have been considered to alleviate part of the traffic in conventional networks, particularly for streaming stored playback Video-on-Demand services. In this work, a window-based peer selection strategy for managed P2P networks is proposed. The basic idea is to select the down loader peers according to their progress in the file download process relative to the progress of the downloading peers. The aforementioned strategy is analyzed using both a fluid model and a Continuous Time Markov Chain. Also, abundance conditions in the system are identified. Index Terms - Streaming Stored Playback Video-on-Demand, Peer-to-peer Network, Bit Torrent

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