CacheCast: Eliminating Redundant Link Traffic for Single Source Multiple Destination Transfers

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Due to the lack of multicast services in the Internet, applications based on single source multiple destinations transfers such as video conferencing, IP radio, IPTV must use unicast or application layer multicast. This in turn has several well-known drawbacks. A basic insight is that this type of traffic exhibits high redundancy with temporal clustering of… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/ICDCS.2010.29

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@article{Srebrny2010CacheCastER, title={CacheCast: Eliminating Redundant Link Traffic for Single Source Multiple Destination Transfers}, author={Piotr Srebrny and Thomas Plagemann and Vera Goebel and Andreas Mauthe}, journal={2010 IEEE 30th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems}, year={2010}, pages={209-220} }