Jacob Jan-David Mol

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We propose an online resource allocation solution for multiprocessor systems-on-chip, that executes several real-time, streaming media jobs simultaneously. The system consists of up to 24 processors connected by an AEthereal [7] Network-on-Chip (NoC) of 4 to 12 routers. A job is a set of processing tasks connected by FIFO channels. Each job can be(More)
Peer-to-peer file-sharing networks depend on peers uploading data to each other. Some peers, called free-riders, will not upload data unless there is an incentive to do so. Algorithms designed to prevent free-riding typically assume that connectivity is not a problem. However, on the Internet, a large fraction of the peers resides behind a firewall or NAT,(More)
—The BitTorrent protocol is by far the most popular protocol for offline peer-to-peer video distribution on the Internet. BitTorrent has previously been extended to support the streaming of recorded video, that is, Video-on-Demand (VoD). In this paper, we take this support for video streaming a step further by presenting extensions to BitTorrent for(More)
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