RITA: receiver initiated just-in-time tree adaptation for rich media distribution

@inproceedings{Xu2003RITARI,
  title={RITA: receiver initiated just-in-time tree adaptation for rich media distribution},
  author={Zhichen Xu and Chunqiang Tang and Sujata Banerjee and Sung-Ju Lee},
  booktitle={NOSSDAV},
  year={2003}
}
Application-level multicast networks overlaid on unicast IP networks are increasingly gaining in importance. While there have been several proposals for overlay multicast networks, very few of them focus on the stringent requirements of real-time applications such as streaming media. We propose RITA (Receiver Initiated Timely Adaptation) framework for an efficient overlay multicast infrastructure. RITA is based on a combination of landmark clustering and RTT measurements, and is particularly… CONTINUE READING
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