Scalable media streaming in large peer-to-peer networks

@inproceedings{Tran2002ScalableMS,
  title={Scalable media streaming in large peer-to-peer networks},
  author={Duc A. Tran and Kien A. Hua and Tai T. Do},
  booktitle={MULTIMEDIA '02},
  year={2002}
}
We design a peer-to-peer technique for single-source media streaming. This technique allows the media server to distribute content to many clients by organizing them into an appropriate tree rooted at the server. This application-layer multicast tree has a height O(logN)where N is the number of clients, and a node degree bounded by a constant. This helps reduce the number of processing hops on the delivery path to a client while avoiding network bottleneck. Consequently, the end-to-end delay is… Expand
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