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Chaining Algorithm and Protocol for Peer-to-Peer Streaming Video on Demand System

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Author(s): Hareesh.K | Manjaiah D.H

Journal: International Journal of Wireless & Mobile Networks
ISSN 0975-4679

Volume: 3;
Issue: 6;
Start page: 141;
Date: 2012;
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Keywords: Video-on-Demand (VoD) | video | Chaining | Segment | Buffer | Bandwidth.

ABSTRACT
As the various architectures and protocol have been implemented a true VoD system has great demand in the global users. The traditional VoD system does not provide the needs and demands of the global users. The major problem in the traditional VoD system is serving of video stream among clients is duplicated and streamed to the different clients, which consumes more server bandwidth and the client uplink bandwidth is not utilized and the performance of the system degrades. Our objective in this paper is to send one server stream sufficient to serve the many clients without duplicating the server stream. Hence we have proposed a protocol and algorithm that chains the proxy servers and subscribed clients utilize client’s uplink bandwidth such that the load on the server is reduced. We have also proved that less rejection ratio of the clients and better utilization of the buffer and bandwidth for the entire VoD system.

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