LION: Layered Overlay Multicast With Network Coding

@article{Zhao2006LIONLO,
  title={LION: Layered Overlay Multicast With Network Coding},
  author={Jin Zhao and Fan Yang and Qian Zhang and Zhensheng Zhang and Fuyan Zhang},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Multimedia},
  year={2006},
  volume={8},
  pages={1021-1032}
}
Recent advances in information theory show that the throughput of a multicast session can be improved using network coding. In overlay networks, the available bandwidth between sender and different receivers are different. In this paper, we propose a solution to improve the throughput of an overlay multicast session with heterogeneous receivers by organizing the receivers into layered data distribution meshes and sending substreams to each mesh using layered coding. Our solutions utilize… CONTINUE READING

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