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Transmitting Hierarchical Aggregation Information Using RTCP Protocol

Originální název

Transmitting Hierarchical Aggregation Information Using RTCP Protocol

Anglický název

Transmitting Hierarchical Aggregation Information Using RTCP Protocol

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The current state of the RFC 3550 RTP/RTCP standard is not optimal for large-scale streaming sessions employing source-specific multicast and is currently the subject of research in many research laboratories. The most promising optimization for the RTP/RTCP protocol seems to be hierarchical aggregation [2], [3], [5], [6], [10], [11]. However, hierarchical aggregation has not yet completely solved the problem of hierarchical structure organization. The answer can be a Tree Transmission Protocol (TTP), which seems to be flexible and powerful but quite demanding to implement. This text deals with a different approach that tries to maximally utilize the features of current standards.

Anglický abstrakt

The current state of the RFC 3550 RTP/RTCP standard is not optimal for large-scale streaming sessions employing source-specific multicast and is currently the subject of research in many research laboratories. The most promising optimization for the RTP/RTCP protocol seems to be hierarchical aggregation [2], [3], [5], [6], [10], [11]. However, hierarchical aggregation has not yet completely solved the problem of hierarchical structure organization. The answer can be a Tree Transmission Protocol (TTP), which seems to be flexible and powerful but quite demanding to implement. This text deals with a different approach that tries to maximally utilize the features of current standards.

BibTex


@article{BUT45335,
  author="Radim {Burget} and Dan {Komosný} and Milan {Šimek}",
  title="Transmitting Hierarchical Aggregation Information Using RTCP Protocol",
  annote="The current state of the RFC 3550 RTP/RTCP standard is not optimal for large-scale streaming sessions employing source-specific multicast and is currently the subject of research in many research laboratories. The most promising optimization for the RTP/RTCP protocol seems to be hierarchical aggregation [2], [3], [5], [6], [10], [11]. However, hierarchical aggregation has not yet completely solved the problem of hierarchical structure organization. The answer can be a Tree Transmission Protocol (TTP), which seems to be flexible and powerful but quite demanding to implement. This text deals with a different approach that tries to maximally utilize the features of current standards.",
  chapter="45335",
  journal="International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security",
  number="10",
  volume="7",
  year="2007",
  month="october",
  pages="27--32",
  type="journal article - other"
}