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Adaptive Reliable Multicast

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Adaptive Reliable Multicast
We present a new reliable multicast protocol, called ARM for Adaptive Reliable Multicast. Our protocol integrates ARQ and FEC techniques. The objectives of ARM are (1) reduce the message overhead due to NACK requests, (2) reduce the amount of data transmission, and (3) reduce the time it takes for all receivers to receive the data intact (without loss). During data transmission, the sender periodically informs the receivers of the number of packets that are yet to be transmitted. Based on this information, each receiver predicts whether this amount is enough to recover its losses. Only if it is not enough, that the receiver requests the sender to encode additional redundant packets. Using ns simulations, we show the superiority of our hybrid ARQ-FEC protocol over the wellknown Scalable Reliable Multicast (SRM) protocol.
Jaehee Yoon, Azer Bestavros, Ibrahim Matta
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where ICC
Authors Jaehee Yoon, Azer Bestavros, Ibrahim Matta
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