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Efficient HTTP-based streaming using Scalable Video Coding
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In this paper, the benefits of using the Scalable Video Coding (SVC) for a HTTP streaming service are shown, and the SVC based approach is compared to the AVC based approach. Expand
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iDASH: improved dynamic adaptive streaming over HTTP using scalable video coding
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HTTP-based delivery for Video on Demand (VoD) has been gaining popularity within recent years. Expand
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Improved caching for HTTP-based Video on Demand using Scalable Video Coding
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In this paper we show the benefits of using Scalable Video Coding to maintain the same set of possible video content representations, while at the same time maximizing the caching efficiency. Expand
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HTTP Adaptive Streaming in Mobile Networks: Characteristics and Caching Opportunities
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In this paper we present analysis of a real HAS dataset collected in France and provided by the country's largest mobile phone operator. Expand
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HTTP/2-based Frame Discarding for Low-Latency Adaptive Video Streaming
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We show that both the optimal Integer Linear Program (ILP) and practical algorithms reduce the number of crashed displayed videos (presenting one jitter longer than 1,350ms) with 22% compared to the basic FIFO algorithm. Expand
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Large scale analysis of HTTP Adaptive Streaming in mobile networks
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We propose a fine-grained definition of content popularity by exploiting the segmented nature of video streams. Expand
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When HTTP/2 rescues DASH: Video frame multiplexing
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We propose to exploit the stream prioritization and termination features of the HTTP/2 protocol to achieve video frame filtering and scheduling, so as to maximize the amount of video data received on time by the client. Expand
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HTTP/2-Based Streaming Solutions for Tiled Omnidirectional Videos
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We propose to leverage HTTP Adaptive Streaming (HAS), tiled-based 360° video encoding and the HTTP/2 protocol to implement this dynamic content delivery process. Expand
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CPSys: A System for Mobile Video Prefetching
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We design CPSys a Central Predictor System to prefetch relevant videos for each user. Expand
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Cache management using temporal pattern based solicitation for content delivery
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We propose a novel content caching scheme referred as “Cache Management using Temporal Pattern based Solicitation” (CMTPS), to further minimize both service delays and load in the network for Video on Demand (VoD) applications. Expand
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