Techniques for Improving the Capacity of Video-On-Demand Systems

@inproceedings{Kalva1996TechniquesFI,
  title={Techniques for Improving the Capacity of Video-On-Demand Systems},
  author={Hari Kalva and Borko Furht},
  booktitle={HICSS},
  year={1996}
}
In this paper we present two techniques to improve the capacity of video on demand systems. Video on demand is an electronic video rental sysrem in which clients request and play videos on-demand. Video on demand system can be implemented over an existing cable TV network or an upgraded ADSL network. The two techniques used to improve the capacity of video on-demand systems are segmentation and multicasting. Segmentation consists of dividing the video into several fired length segmenrs. and… CONTINUE READING
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