Sciweavers

Share
INFOCOM
2009
IEEE

iPASS: Incentivized Peer-Assisted System for Asynchronous Streaming

10 years 4 months ago
iPASS: Incentivized Peer-Assisted System for Asynchronous Streaming
Abstract— As an efficient distribution mechanism, peer-topeer technology has become a tremendously attractive solution to offload servers in large scale video streaming applications. However, in providing on-demand asynchronous streaming services, P2P streaming design faces two major challenges: how to schedule efficient video sharing between peers with asynchronous playback progresses? how to provide incentives for peers to contribute their resources to achieve a high level of system-wide Quality-of-Experience (QoE)? In this paper, we present iPASS, a novel mesh-based P2P VoD system, to address these challenges. Specifically, iPASS adopts a dynamic buffering-progress-based peering strategy to achieve high peer bandwidth utilization with low system maintenance cost. To provide incentives for peer uploading, iPASS employs a differentiated pre-fetching design that enables peers with higher contribution pre-fetch content at higher speed. A distributed adaptive taxation algorithm is ...
Chao Liang, Zhenghua Fu, Yong Liu, Chai Wah Wu
Added 24 May 2010
Updated 24 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2009
Where INFOCOM
Authors Chao Liang, Zhenghua Fu, Yong Liu, Chai Wah Wu
Comments (0)
books