User-Perceived Performance of the NICE Application Layer Multicast Protocol in Large and Highly Dynamic Groups

@inproceedings{Hbsch2010UserPerceivedPO,
  title={User-Perceived Performance of the NICE Application Layer Multicast Protocol in Large and Highly Dynamic Groups},
  author={Christian H{\"u}bsch and Christoph P. Mayer and Oliver P. Waldhorst},
  booktitle={MMB/DFT},
  year={2010}
}
The presentation of a landmark paper by Chu et al. at SIGMETRICS 2000 introduced application layer multicast (ALM) as completely new area of network research. Many researchers have since proposed ALM protocols, and have shown that these protocols only put a small burden on the network in terms of link-stress and -stretch. However, since the network is typically not a bottleneck, user acceptance remains the limiting factor for the deployment of ALM. In this paper we present an in-depth study of… CONTINUE READING
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