Wired-Wireless Multimedia Networks and Services Management: by M. van Le, G. B. Huitema, F. J. Rumph, L. J. M. Nieuwenhuis,

By M. van Le, G. B. Huitema, F. J. Rumph, L. J. M. Nieuwenhuis, B. J. F. van Beijnum (auth.), Tom Pfeifer, Paolo Bellavista (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the twelfth IFIP/IEEE overseas convention on administration of Multimedia and cellular Networks and prone, MMNS 2009, held in Venice, Italy, in October 2009, as a part of the fifth overseas Week on administration of Networks and companies, Manweek 2009.

The thirteen revised complete papers offered including five poster papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 37 submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on multimedia networks and structures administration, multimedia caliber, VoIP and vocal purposes, and peer-to-peer multimedia networks.

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Using the longest available prefix, however, allows the maximum time for requests to be batched together and, as a result, the server requires less time to stabilise. P. O’Neill and J. Dukes Fig. 7. Effect of new popular content The rate at which the server provides stream of these popular content items eventually stabilises using all three policies, once there is a large enough pool of complete prefixes available in the collaborative cache. 5 Discussion and Conclusions The use of peer-assisted multicast batching can significantly reduce server and network bandwidth utilisation by allowing servers to take advantage of the benefits of multicast streaming, without incurring high playback latencies or sacrificing independent client control over playback.

However, from a customer point of view, services are bought, provisioned and billed. One of the underlying challenges in a service centric solution is to maintain a model of the service topology. In contrast to the network resources services are abstract by nature, while it is often possible to automatically discover the network topology this is not necessarily true for the service topology. Future solutions must rely on service repositories where different and systems publish their respective topology information with lightweight technologies, this will enable operators to maintain a centralized view of the topology which will be the future OSS foundation.

O’Neill and J. Dukes Fig. 7. Effect of new popular content The rate at which the server provides stream of these popular content items eventually stabilises using all three policies, once there is a large enough pool of complete prefixes available in the collaborative cache. 5 Discussion and Conclusions The use of peer-assisted multicast batching can significantly reduce server and network bandwidth utilisation by allowing servers to take advantage of the benefits of multicast streaming, without incurring high playback latencies or sacrificing independent client control over playback.

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