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Peer-assisted view-dependent progressive mesh streaming

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Peer-assisted view-dependent progressive mesh streaming
Progressive mesh streaming is increasingly used in 3D networked applications, such as online games, virtual worlds, and digital museums. To scale such applications to a large number of users without high infrastructure cost, we apply peer-to-peer techniques to mesh streaming. We consider two issues: how to partition a progressive mesh into chunks and how to lookup the provider of a chunk. For the latter issue, we investigated into two solutions, which trade off server overhead and response time. The first uses a simple centralized lookup service, while the second organizes peers into groups according to the hierarchical structure of the progressive meshes to take advantage of access pattern. Simulation results show that our proposed systems are robust under high churn rate, reduce the server overhead by more than 90%, keep control overhead below 10%, and achieve low average response time. Categories and Subject Descriptors I.3.2a [Graphics Systems]: Distributed/Network Graphics; C.2....
Wei Cheng, Dan Liu, Wei Tsang Ooi
Added 28 May 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where MM
Authors Wei Cheng, Dan Liu, Wei Tsang Ooi
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