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Cooperation Stimulation Strategies for Peer-to-Peer Wireless Live Video-Sharing Social Networks

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Cooperation Stimulation Strategies for Peer-to-Peer Wireless Live Video-Sharing Social Networks
Abstract--Human behavior analysis in video sharing social networks is an emerging research area, which analyzes the behavior of users who share multimedia content and investigates the impact of human dynamics on video sharing systems. Users watching live streaming in the same wireless network share the same limited bandwidth of backbone connection to the Internet, thus, they might want to cooperate with each other to obtain better video quality. These users form a wireless live-streaming social network. Every user wishes to watch video with high quality while paying as little as possible cost to help others. This paper focuses on providing incentives for user cooperation. We propose a game-theoretic framework to model user behavior and to analyze the optimal strategies for user cooperation simulation in wireless live streaming. We first analyze the Pareto optimality and the time-sensitive bargaining equilibrium of the two-person game. We then extend the solution to the multiuser scenar...
W. Sabrina Lin, H. Vicky Zhao, K. J. Ray Liu
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where TIP
Authors W. Sabrina Lin, H. Vicky Zhao, K. J. Ray Liu
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