An analysis of live streaming workloads on the internet

@inproceedings{Sripanidkulchai2004AnAO,
  title={An analysis of live streaming workloads on the internet},
  author={Kunwadee Sripanidkulchai and Bruce M. Maggs and Hui Zhang},
  booktitle={IMC '04},
  year={2004}
}
In this paper, we study the live streaming workload from a large content delivery network. Our data, collected over a 3 month period, contains over 70 million requests for 5,000 distinct URLs from clients in over 200 countries. To our knowledge, this is the most extensive data of live streaming on the Internet that has been studied to date. Our contributions are two-fold. First, we present a macroscopic analysis of the workload, characterizing popularity, arrival process, session duration, and… Expand
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