Main Reference PaperExploring the Design Space of Multi-channel Peer-to-Peer Live Video Streaming Systems, IEEE Transactions on Networking, Feb 2013.
  • This project propose a simple models based on linear programming and Network-flow graphs for three general designs, namely Naive Bandwidth allocation Approach (NBA), Passive Channel-aware bandwidth allocation Approach (PCA), and Active Channel-aware bandwidth allocation Approach (ACA), which provide insight into understanding the key characteristics of cross-channel resource sharing. For the second question, It first develop closed-form results for two-channel systems. Then, It use extensive numerical simulations to compare the three designs for various peer population distributions, upload bandwidth distributions, and channel structures.

+ Description
  • This project propose a simple models based on linear programming and Network-flow graphs for three general designs, namely Naive Bandwidth allocation Approach (NBA), Passive Channel-aware bandwidth allocation Approach (PCA), and Active Channel-aware bandwidth allocation Approach (ACA), which provide insight into understanding the key characteristics of cross-channel resource sharing. For the second question, It first develop closed-form results for two-channel systems. Then, It use extensive numerical simulations to compare the three designs for various peer population distributions, upload bandwidth distributions, and channel structures.

  • To achieve the desired streaming quality

  • To improve video streaming.

+ Aim & Objectives
  • To achieve the desired streaming quality

  • To improve video streaming.

  • In a multichannel system with cross-channel cooperation, a user may subscribe to a variable number of channels and simultaneously watch either all or some of the subscribed channels.The contribution method explains about the three models; provide insight into understanding the key characteristics of cross-channel resource sharing.

+ Contribution
  • In a multichannel system with cross-channel cooperation, a user may subscribe to a variable number of channels and simultaneously watch either all or some of the subscribed channels.The contribution method explains about the three models; provide insight into understanding the key characteristics of cross-channel resource sharing.

  • Java JDK 1.8, MySQL 5.5.40

  • J2SE, Java Swing

+ Software Tools & Technologies
  • Java JDK 1.8, MySQL 5.5.40

  • J2SE, Java Swing

  • B.E / B.Tech / M.E / M.Tech

+ Project Recommended For
  • B.E / B.Tech / M.E / M.Tech

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