Automated Bidding for Media Services at the Edge of a Content Delivery Network

  title={Automated Bidding for Media Services at the Edge of a Content Delivery Network},
  author={Nicholas Mastronarde and Mihaela van der Schaar},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Multimedia},
We investigate the problem of providing media services to multiple autonomous wireless users at the edge of a content delivery network (CDN) in a setting where wireless resources are priced based on real-time market demands. Our focus is on the multimedia service resource negotiation process, which is performed prior to the actual media transmission. We adopt the progressive second price (PSP) auction mechanism, which is used to determine the network resource allocation to the users and a… CONTINUE READING
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