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Receiver-cooperative bandwidth management for layered multicast

H. Yamaguchi, K. Yasumoto, T. Higashino, K. Taniguchi
Proceedings. Seventh International Conference on Network Protocols  
In this paper, we propose a receiver-cooperative bandwidth management method for layered multicast streams, considering not only bandwidth requirements but also receivers' preference.  ...  In our method, we assume that each receiver has a preference value for each layer of streams.  ...  Acknowledgement The author Hirozumi Yamaguchi should be thankful to Professor Gregor von Bochmann at University of Ottawa, for his useful comments regarding this research and kind support while the author  ... 
doi:10.1109/icnp.1999.801914 dblp:conf/icnp/YamaguchiYHT99 fatcat:5j3goexhjzdc7pk2vnuv5epn64

Scaleable network multicast for cooperative base stations

Andreas Ibing, Yosia Hadisusanto, Volker Jungnickel
2008 2008 3rd International Conference on Communication Systems Software and Middleware and Workshops (COMSWARE '08)  
The proposed architecture uses IP multicast for stations receiving the same information and is scaleable by dynamically cooperating only on frequency subbands.  ...  This paper investigates efficient network layer protocols to realize such cooperation over a heterogeneous, bandwidth-limited backhaul.  ...  Link Control Medium Access Control Physical layer Basestation Mobility Management Entity (MME) Mobility Management Entity (MME) SAE Gateway SAE Gateway S1 Fig. 2.  ... 
doi:10.1109/comswa.2008.4554511 dblp:conf/comsware/IbingHJ08 fatcat:q5r5enxsxvh6zf3s3wxpc5mye4

Efficient Resource Management for Multicast Ad Hoc Networks: Survey

Amit Chopra, Rajneesh Kumar
2016 International Journal of Computer Network and Information Security  
Researchers have developed various layer wise solutions for resource optimization. In this paper, we will explore the different schemes for fair utilization of network resources.  ...  Multicast routing protocol should be able to manage all these resources because their consumption depends upon different factors, i.e.  ...  Multicast Routing Layer: Routing layer performs different network operations such as route discovery, route maintenance and session management etc.  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijcnis.2016.09.07 fatcat:nrkkjocl6bco3jgdfmll52c4be

A SURVEY ON VARIOUS MULTICAST ROUTING PROTOCOLS WITH AND WITHOUT CROSS LAYER TECHNIQUES IN MANET

Adithya Aithal, Akshay D Bhat, Mrs.Shifana Begum
2019 Zenodo  
The Cross-Layer Multicast Routing is later introduced to increase the Quality of Services and for the effective communication.  ...  Since unicast routing suffers from certain drawbacks, the Multicast Routing is introduced for the efficient and secured communication but it does not guarantee QoS.  ...  I would also like to acknowledge our thanks to our parents for their valuable support and encouragement during the period of our study.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3250053 fatcat:44ajdaoyi5gwrl5mxm7m5gt6ka

Supporting Heterogeneity and Congestion Control in Peer-to-Peer Multicast Streaming [chapter]

Venkata N. Padmanabhan, Helen J. Wang, Philip A. Chou
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We consider the problem of supporting bandwidth heterogeneity and congestion control in the context of P2P multicast streaming.  ...  We propose a hybrid parent-and child-driven bandwidth adaptation protocol that is designed in conjunction with a framework for robustness and that exploits application-level knowledge.  ...  By having receivers drop layers upon congestion and add layers to probe for additional bandwidth, RLM enables scalable and adaptive congestion control in an IP multicast setting.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30183-7_6 fatcat:vjq7xojakfe33gs3vqaqwahyuy

Fair bandwidth sharing between unicast and multicast flows in best-effort networks

Fethi Filali, Walid Dabbous
2004 Computer Communications  
We also describe a new active queue management mechanism called MFQ (Multicast Fair Queuing) to fairly share the allowed multicast bandwidth among competing flows in the multicast queue.  ...  The simulation results obtained for very heterogeneous sources and links characteristics suggest that, on the one hand, SBQ achieves the expected aggregated bandwidth sharing among unicast and multicast  ...  Acknowledgments The author would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for valuable, detailed, and careful comments and feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2003.08.006 fatcat:dij5dnf6jzbrvf74vaizsm3pz4

A Survey of Reliable Multicast Communication

Adrian Popescu, Doru Constantinescu, David Erman, Dragos Ilie
2007 2007 Next Generation Internet Networks  
The paper reports on recent developments and challenges in reliable multicast communication, with special focus on reliable multicast communication at the application layer.  ...  The foundation of reliable multicast communication is given by several components, which are multicast communication, congestion control and error control.  ...  The group management protocol is an integral part of the IP layer in all hosts and routers that support multicasting.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ngi.2007.371205 fatcat:ujycu544x5hdfht3udkioxx2na

POSET: Network Coding Multicast in Application Layer

T. Ruso
2014 International Journal of e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and e-Learning  
Application Layer Multicast (ALM) protocols suffer from delay, throughput and security. To address these all issues, network coding techniques has been introduced.  ...  Existing protocols are using either mesh or tree kind of topology structure for data distribution. In these topology structures network coding is too complex.  ...  Fig Application layer multicast. The figure above ( Fig. 1 . [3] ) shows the basic difference between network layer multicasting and application layer multicasting.  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijeeee.2014.v4.298 fatcat:tpb3lpfwpfas3pnd26nfyl4owm

Performance Analysis of MAC Layer using Multicast Routing over Resource Constrained Ad Hoc Networks

Amit Chopra, Rajneesh Kumar
2016 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Researchers have developed various layer wise solutions for resource optimization.  ...  Multicast routing protocol should be able to manage all these resources because their consumption depends upon different factors, i.e.  ...  EXISTING SOLUTIONS FOR NETWORK RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OVER AD HOC NETWORKS Y. Sun et al. [6] proposed an enhanced bandwidth efficient multicast routing for MANET.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2016911219 fatcat:eb35ojwnmbbgrbsc7hxwmuy4ba

Large-scale cooperative caching and application-level multicast in multimedia content delivery networks

Jian Ni, D.H.K. Tsang
2005 IEEE Communications Magazine  
ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank Xiaojun Hei for his help on the work presented in this article.  ...  Multicast Group Members -In IP multicast, in order to receive certain multicast content, a user explicitly registers to its directly attached router via the Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP).  ...  Distributed -In the centralized approach, a central manager/server constructs the multicast tree for every multicast group.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2005.1453429 fatcat:6fade2hcsneabig62d4zbvzohm

SBQ: A Simple Scheduler for Fair Bandwidth Sharing Between Unicast and Multicast Flows [chapter]

Fethi Filali, Walid Dabbous
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
proposed layered multicast congestion control FLID-DL [13] .  ...  We utilize our recently proposed active queue management mechanism MFQ (Multicast Fair Queuing) to fairly share the bandwidth among all competing flows in the multicast queue.  ...  receivers to receive different numbers of layers at different rate.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45859-x_8 fatcat:ai2bt7ioanfmjkd7ga3mj2ld3u

BM-ALM: An Application Layer Multicasting with Behavior Monitoring Approach

Dewan Tanvir Ahmed, Shervin Shirmohammadi
2006 Eighth IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia (ISM'06)  
Application Layer Multicast (ALM) has been proposed to overcome some of the limitations in IP multicasting such as scalability and deploy-ability.  ...  IP multicasting is the most efficient way to perform group data distribution, as it eliminates traffic redundancy and improves bandwidth utilization.  ...  For example, if the required bit rate is 244 kbps and a user has an outgoing bandwidth of 256 kbps making its degree to 1. It may happen that a user has zero out degree, e.g. pure receiver.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ism.2006.41 dblp:conf/ism/AhmedS06 fatcat:rktorbrgxvgzlnqavcfafzymtu

Scalable Video Multicast for Multi-Cell Cellular Wireless Networks

Hung-Bin Chang, Izhak Rubin, Ofer Hadar
2015 Journal of Communications  
For this purpose, through the proper joint setting of the channel encoding rate, video encoding rate and the scheduling schemes, we calculate the minimum bandwidth required per stream.  ...  cooperative transmissions among 7 and 19 cells.  ...  When we do not employ MBSFN cooperation methods, we focus on multicasting streams to users that reside in the cell that is managed by BS 0 , as shown in Fig. 2 .  ... 
doi:10.12720/jcm.10.9.715-727 fatcat:fuaicp3vn5g6dmxeapaoyjehj4

Multi-source cooperative adaptation for QoE-aware video multicast rate-control

Kaliappa Ravindran
2013 Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Network and Service Management (CNSM 2013)  
Our paper focuses on the architecture of such a QoE-aware video multicast system.  ...  We consider a wide-area video conferencing application where the video sources adapt their send rates according to the available bandwidth in the network paths.  ...  a management of mobile devices via the session-layer configuration management mechanism.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cnsm.2013.6727860 dblp:conf/cnsm/Ravindran13 fatcat:u5rc6ooy6vfchordbbdc335t5u

Resource Management and Signalling Architecture of a Hybrid Multicast Service for Multimedia Distribution [chapter]

Eugen Borcoci, António Pinto, Ahmed Mehaoua, Li Fang, Ning Wang
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper further develops an architecture and design elements for a resource management and a signalling system to support the construction and maintenance of a mid-long term hybrid multicast tree for  ...  The paper continues a previous work, by proposing an inter-domain signalling system to support the multicast management and control operations and then defining the resource management for tree construction  ...  The E-cast cross-layer nodes cooperate with an IP multicast agent to translate unicast address to IP multicast group address, and forward packets to the PIM-SM/SSM tree.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-87359-4_5 fatcat:3gsuhvuwmnhnvnjmelxvmaytxi
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