Multi-path continuous media streaming: what are the benefits?

  title={Multi-path continuous media streaming: what are the benefits?},
  author={Leana Golubchik and John C. S. Lui and Tak Fu Tung and Alix L. H. Chow and Adam Woei-Jyh Lee and Giuliana Franceschinis and Cosimo Anglano},
  journal={Perform. Eval.},
Quality of service (QoS) in delivery of continuous media (CM) over the Internet is still relatively poor and inconsistent. Although many such applications can tolerate some degree of missing information, significant losses degrade an application’s QoS. In this paper, we investigate the potential benefits of mitigating this problem through the exploitation of multiple paths existing in the network between a set of senders and a receiver of CM. Our focus in this work is on providing a fundamental… CONTINUE READING
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