Coded caching for delay-sensitive content

  title={Coded caching for delay-sensitive content},
  author={Urs Niesen and Mohammad Ali Maddah-Ali},
  journal={2015 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC)},
Coded caching is a recently proposed technique that achieves significant performance gains for cache networks compared to uncoded caching schemes. However, this substantial coding gain is attained at the cost of large delivery delay, which is not tolerable in delay-sensitive applications such as video streaming. In this paper, we identify and investigate the tradeoff between the performance gain of coded caching and the delivery delay. We propose a computationally efficient caching algorithm… CONTINUE READING
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