Not so QUIC: A Performance Study of DASH over QUIC

@inproceedings{Bhat2017NotSQ,
  title={Not so QUIC: A Performance Study of DASH over QUIC},
  author={Divyashri Bhat and Amr Rizk and Michael Zink},
  booktitle={NOSSDAV},
  year={2017}
}
Despite known QoE shortcomings, Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (DASH) has been tied with TCP for many years now. The advent of HTTP/2 powered by transport protocols such as QUIC provides an excellent opportunity to revisit adaptive bitrate streaming with respect to QoE. QUIC promises improved congestion control, zero-RTT connection establishment and multiplexing logical streams. In this work, we adapt state-of-the-art DASH players with buffer-based and hybrid (rate/buffer-based) quality… CONTINUE READING
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