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Video-over-IP applications have recently attracted a large number of users on the Internet. Traditional clientserver based video streaming solutions incur lavish bandwidth provision cost on the server. Peer-to-Peer (P2P) networking is a new paradigm to build distributed network applications. Recently, several P2P streaming systems have been deployed to provide live and on-demand video streaming services on the Internet at low server cost. This paper explores dynamic adaptive streaming over HTTP (DASH) within P2P systems.doi:10.35444/ijana.2019.11014 fatcat:dmujhffezfbb3itetokza27l24