Designs of high quality streaming proxy systems

@article{Chen2004DesignsOH,
  title={Designs of high quality streaming proxy systems},
  author={Songqing Chen and Bo Shen and Susie Wee and Xiaodong Zhang},
  journal={IEEE INFOCOM 2004},
  year={2004},
  volume={3},
  pages={1512-1521 vol.3}
}
Researchers often use segment-based proxy caching strategies to deliver streaming media by partially caching media objects. The existing strategies mainly consider increasing the byte hit ratio and/or reducing the client perceived startup latency (denoted by the metric delayed startup ratio). However, these efforts do not guarantee continuous media delivery because the to-be-viewed object segments may not be cached in the proxy when they are demanded. The potential consequence is playback… CONTINUE READING
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