A Network-Layer QoE Model for YouTube Live in Wireless Networks

  title={A Network-Layer QoE Model for YouTube Live in Wireless Networks},
  author={Luis Roberto Jim{\'e}nez and M. Solera and M. Toril},
  journal={IEEE Access},
YouTube Live is one of the most popular services on the Internet, enabling easy streaming of a live video with the acceptable video quality. [...] Key Method The inputs to the model are TCP/IP metrics, from which four service key performance indicators (S-KPIs) are estimated: initial video play start time, video interruption duration, video interruption frequency, and image quality.Expand
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