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TrustStream: A Secure and Scalable Architecture for Large-Scale Internet Media Streaming

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TrustStream: A Secure and Scalable Architecture for Large-Scale Internet Media Streaming
Abstract--To effectively address the explosive growth of multimedia applications over the Internet, a large-scale media streaming system has to fully take into account the issues of security, quality of service (QoS), scalability, and heterogeneity. However, current streaming solutions do not address all these challenges simultaneously. To address this limitation, this paper proposes a secure and high-performance streaming system called TrustStream, which combines the best features of scalable coding, content distribution network (CDN) and peer-to-peer (P2P) networks to achieve unprecedented security, scalability, heterogeneity, and certain QoS simultaneously under a unified architecture. In this architecture, raw video is encoded into two layers, namely, the base layer, which contains the most critical media content and is transmitted through a CDN-featured single-source multi-receiver (S-M) P2P network to guarantee a minimal level of quality, and the enhancement layer, which is trans...
Hao Yin, Chuang Lin, Qian Zhang, Zhijia Chen, Dape
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where TCSV
Authors Hao Yin, Chuang Lin, Qian Zhang, Zhijia Chen, Dapeng Wu
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