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Statistically Quality Assured Streaming Architecture For Dynamic Peer To Peer Networks

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Author(s): A. Rajesh | S. Ravi

Journal: International Journal of Multimedia & Its Applications
ISSN 0975-5934

Volume: 3;
Issue: 4;
Start page: 63;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: Shared overlay mesh for peer to peer network | Delivery trees | Bandwidth allocation | Admission control | Chunk scheduling

ABSTRACT
In a peer to peer streaming system, the server usually provides multiple channels. Peers may form multiplegroups, each corresponding to a channel for content distribution. A peer can freely switch from onechannel to another. We propose a shared or distributed overlay framework (called SMesh or subset mesh)for dynamic groups where users may frequently hop between different groups. SMesh first builds arelatively stable mesh consisting of all hosts for control messaging and supports dynamic joining andleaving host in between the groups. And will guide the construction of overlay delivery trees. Throughsimulations on Internet, we show that SMesh achieves low delay and low link stress with efficient and lowcost maintenance. Secondly we focus on providing statistically guaranteed streaming quality at channellevel and individual peer level.

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