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Competition among adaptive video streaming players severely reduces user-QoE. This occurs as resource allocation becomes unfair. We refer to this as the bottleneck link problem. The resource imbalance creates severe user annoyance such as screen flickering and video freezes. However, there are numerous conditions that amplifies the problems. Some of these are well documented in the literature but we intend to highlight the major conditions at a bottleneck link in household LANs. These are<span class="external-identifiers"> <a target="_blank" rel="external noopener noreferrer" href="https://doi.org/10.35444/ijana.2019.10059">doi:10.35444/ijana.2019.10059</a> <a target="_blank" rel="external noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/release/anh6ewzri5d5jlt4xr7il366ri">fatcat:anh6ewzri5d5jlt4xr7il366ri</a> </span>
more »... arying bandwidth, TCP long-lived flows, players pausing, starting/re-starting and stopping and increases in player numbers. We explore these conditions and evaluate the performance of heuristic adaptive video players. ELASTIC and PANDA players are evaluated. Experimental setup includes the TAPAS player and emulated network conditions. The results show that players are well suited to specific conditions. received the M.Sc., and M.Phil. degrees from the University of the West Indies. He is currently a PhD student and has up-to-date, published numerous papers in journals & proceedings of international repute. His research areas are computational intelligence, routing protocols, wireless communications, information security and adaptive streaming controllers. Wayne Goodridge is a Lecturer in the Department of Computing and Information Technology, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine. He did is PhD at Dalhousie University and his research interest includes computer communications and security.
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