Efficient Joining and Leaving for Receiver Driven Multicast Congestion Control

@inproceedings{Singh2010EfficientJA,
  title={Efficient Joining and Leaving for Receiver Driven Multicast Congestion Control},
  author={Karan Singh and Rama Shankar Yadav},
  year={2010}
}
Multimedia applications such as video conferencing, multiparty video games, military applications news feeds, video-audio transmission and IP TV etc. are today and next generation demand in our life. Multicast communication is better than broadcast and unicast as communication scheme to handle above stated application. Multicast is one to group communication whereas every one knows the multicast group address and uses the UDP protocol. So, it suffers with flooding or congestion problem. Many… CONTINUE READING

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