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Proceedings of the 9th ACM Conference on Information-Centric Networking
Low Latency HTTP Live Streaming (LL-HLS) is a receiverdriven adaptive bitrate Internet streaming protocol, with five low-latency extensions added to HLS. On top of previous HLS/NDN translation work, we investigate NDNizing LL-HLS. Specifically, we design the translation of the five extensions. One lesson learned is that to achieve low-latency real-time communication in NDN is to hold requests until the response is generated at data producer, hence achieving immediate response transmission. Ondoi:10.1145/3517212.3559488 fatcat:kls5rxy45zfxfodifryyjjqpbi