Adaptive QoE-based architecture on cloud mobile media for live streaming

  title={Adaptive QoE-based architecture on cloud mobile media for live streaming},
  author={Santiago Felici-Castell and Jaume Segura-Garc{\'i}a and Miguel Garc{\'i}a-Pineda},
  journal={Cluster Computing},
Nowadays, more than 75% of Internet traffic is multimedia traffic, moreover mobile traffic is growing at a rate of 50% each year. All these data together with the evolution of the cloud infrastructures lead us to develop Cloud Mobile Media (CMM) architectures to support the needs demanded by end users. Nevertheless, due to an inherit higher and variable end to end delay mainly as a result of the virtualization process, new challenges appear in particular for live video streaming applications in… Expand
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