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HTTP Adaptive Streaming (HAS) is quickly becoming the dominant type of video streaming in Over-The-Top multimedia services. HAS content is temporally segmented and each segment is offered in different video qualities to the client. It enables a video client to dynamically adapt the consumed video quality to match with the capabilities of the network and/or(More)
With the number of players of massively multiplayer online games (MMOG) going beyond the millions, there is a need for an efficient way to manage these huge digital worlds. These virtual environments are dynamic and sudden increases in player density in a part of the world have an impact on the load of the server responsible for that section of the virtual(More)
HTTP Adaptive Streaming (HAS) is becoming the de-facto standard for adaptive streaming solutions. In HAS, video content is split into segments and encoded into multiple qualities, such that the quality of a video can be dynamically adapted during the HTTP download process. This has given rise to intelligent video players that strive to maximize Quality of(More)
1389-1286/$ see front matter 2008 Elsevier B.V doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2008.11.004 * Corresponding author. Tel.: +32 93314981; fax: E-mail address: (S. L 1 Funded by a Ph.D. grant of the Fund for Scientific (FWO-V). The recent emergence of multimedia services, such as Broadcast TV and Video on Demand over traditional twisted pair(More)
HTTP Adaptive Streaming (HAS) is rapidly becoming a key video delivery technology for fixed and mobile networks. However, today there is no solution that allows network operators or CDN providers to perform network-based QoE monitoring for HAS sessions. We present a HAS QoE monitoring system, based on data collected in the network, without monitoring(More)
The access network has become an infrastructure for delivery of multimedia services, such as broadcast TV, voice over IP or video conferencing, to residential users . Compared to more traditional IP services such as e-mail, users demand a higher Quality of Experience (QoE) for these new services. To guarantee the Quality of Service (QoS), access network(More)
More and more, multimedia services are being accessed via fixed and mobile networks. These services are typically much more sensitive to packet loss, delay and/or congestion than traditional services. In particular, multimedia data is often time critical and, as a result, network issues are not well tolerated and significantly deteriorate the userpsilas(More)