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—This paper addresses the challenge of assessing and modeling Quality of Experience (QoE) for online video services that are based on TCP-streaming. We present a dedicated QoE model for YouTube that takes into account the key influence factors (such as stalling events caused by network bottlenecks) that shape quality perception of this service. As second(More)
NOTICE: This paper is currently under submission at " IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials ". In case of publication, the updated reference will be provided here. NOTICE: This paper is currently under submission at " IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials ". In case of publication, the updated reference will be provided here. Abstract Changing network(More)
—There are currently two complementing and concurrent trends in the Internet. The first is the rise of video streaming and especially Video-on-Demand (VoD) as the most popular application for end users, expressed by a continuously increasing amount of video traffic. In this context, P2P is seen as a promising technology for providing video content(More)
In this paper we will investigate why and how Network Virtualization (NV) can overcome the shortfalls of the current system and how it paves the way for the Future Internet. Therefore, we will first discuss some major deficiencies and achievements of today's Internet. Afterwards, we identify three major building blocks of NV: a) the use of(More)
—The MPEG-DASH standard allows the client-centric access to different representations of video content via the HTTP protocol. The client can flexibly switch between different qualities, i.e., different bit rates and thus avoid waiting times during the video playback due to empty playback buffers. However, quality switches and the playback of lower qualities(More)
From the viewpoint of communication networks Network Virtualization (NV) extends beyond pure operational issues and addresses many of the impasses of the current Internet. The idea of Transport Virtualization (TV) progresses the capabilities of NV and enables the independence from a specific network transport resource. The independence is achieved by(More)
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