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Optimizing Feedback Path in Hierarchical Aggregation

Originální název

Optimizing Feedback Path in Hierarchical Aggregation

Anglický název

Optimizing Feedback Path in Hierarchical Aggregation

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The main motivation for this work is to allow IPTV to be used by large scale groups of clients (up to millions) in one session. We have implemented 2 main methods to achieve this goal by reducing data, witch are transferred via feedback channel. These methods are summarization of client's data in nodes and creation of hierarchical feedback tree, thanks to which we can virtually extend the bandwidth used by end clients. The TTP protocol was developed based on these requirements. It includes the creation of a balanced hierarchical feedback tree, synchronization of created FT nodes and monitoring the created FT network. TTP can secure feedback channel stability by activating another FT instead of the corrupted one if necessary.

Anglický abstrakt

The main motivation for this work is to allow IPTV to be used by large scale groups of clients (up to millions) in one session. We have implemented 2 main methods to achieve this goal by reducing data, witch are transferred via feedback channel. These methods are summarization of client's data in nodes and creation of hierarchical feedback tree, thanks to which we can virtually extend the bandwidth used by end clients. The TTP protocol was developed based on these requirements. It includes the creation of a balanced hierarchical feedback tree, synchronization of created FT nodes and monitoring the created FT network. TTP can secure feedback channel stability by activating another FT instead of the corrupted one if necessary.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT34539,
  author="Jakub {Müller} and Dan {Komosný} and Radim {Burget}",
  title="Optimizing Feedback Path in Hierarchical Aggregation",
  annote="The main motivation for this work is to allow IPTV to be used by large scale groups of clients (up to millions) in one session. We have implemented 2 main methods to achieve this goal by reducing data, witch are transferred via feedback channel. These methods are summarization of client's data in nodes and creation of hierarchical feedback tree, thanks to which we can virtually extend the bandwidth used by end clients. The TTP protocol was developed based on these requirements. It includes the creation of a balanced hierarchical feedback tree, synchronization of created FT nodes and monitoring the created FT network. TTP can secure feedback channel stability by activating another FT instead of the corrupted one if necessary.",
  booktitle="ELECTRONICS ET 2008 - PROCEEDINGS OF THE XVII INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC AND APPLIED SCIENCE CONFERENCE

",
  chapter="34539",
  edition="BOOK 2",
  howpublished="online",
  journal="Electronics",
  number="2",
  year="2008",
  month="september",
  pages="3--8",
  type="conference paper"
}