Main Reference PaperFlash Crowd in P2P Live Streaming Systems: Fundamental Characteristics and Design Implications, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, July 2012.
  • This project provides an analytical characterization and understanding of the inherent scale-time relationship in P2P live streaming systems, with a particular focus on the effects of the flash crowd and how it can be controlled. In addition, proposed analytical framework offers the flexibility to examine the effects of various critical factors including the initial system scale, the scale of the flash crowd, peer upload capacities, and the number of partners each peer has.

+ Description
  • This project provides an analytical characterization and understanding of the inherent scale-time relationship in P2P live streaming systems, with a particular focus on the effects of the flash crowd and how it can be controlled. In addition, proposed analytical framework offers the flexibility to examine the effects of various critical factors including the initial system scale, the scale of the flash crowd, peer upload capacities, and the number of partners each peer has.

  • To examine the fundamental characteristics of a flash crowd.

  • Based on these characteristics, we seek to design a simple and flexible population control framework that helps to alleviate the impact of a flash crowd, which offers an alternative and complementary solution to the use of dedicated servers

+ Aim & Objectives
  • To examine the fundamental characteristics of a flash crowd.

  • Based on these characteristics, we seek to design a simple and flexible population control framework that helps to alleviate the impact of a flash crowd, which offers an alternative and complementary solution to the use of dedicated servers

  • Theoretical model for P2P live streaming systems under a flash crowd, along with its scale-time relationship and roles of various critical factors is presented. A series of sensitivity analysis are carried out to demonstrate the effects of various critical factors on system scalability and peer startup delays, verified by simulations.

+ Contribution
  • Theoretical model for P2P live streaming systems under a flash crowd, along with its scale-time relationship and roles of various critical factors is presented. A series of sensitivity analysis are carried out to demonstrate the effects of various critical factors on system scalability and peer startup delays, verified by simulations.

  • 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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