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Effective Video Streaming Scheme in Online Social Networks?

Journal: International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC (Vol.3, No. 10)

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Page : 431-435

Keywords : Peer to peer (P2P); Video on Demand (VoD); Distinguish hash table (DHT); Online social network (OSN);

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Nowadays Online social networks (OSNs) (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Pinterest) are now among the most popular sites on the Web. Present network group, Peer-To-Peer (P2P) network is exploring as a good candidate for resource sharing over the Internet. Compared with traditional file sharing workloads, continuous streaming of multimedia content provokes a significant amount of today’s internet traffic. Streaming media has various real-time constraints such as insufficient memory, high bandwidth utilization for large-scale media objects and lack of cooperation between proxies and their clients. Therefore, Sharing of large multimedia objects between similar interests has become predominantly important for on demand video streaming applications. Existing P2P assisted sharing scheme clusters the peers based on similar interest and locality to improve the streaming performance under limited storage constraints. An OSN provides a powerful means of establishing social connections and sharing, organizing, and finding content. For example, Facebook presently has over 500 million users. Unlike current file or video sharing systems (e.g., BitTorrent and YouTube), which are mainly organized around content, OSNs are organized around users.

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