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|Title:||Outbound face selection considering response time and buffer usage for CCN adaptive video streaming|
|Abstract:||© 2015 IEEE. Content Centric Networking (CCN) has been emerged as a new networking paradigm. In CCN, adaptive video streaming is one of the most promising technologies. However, rate adaptation and outbound face selection are the primary concern since a node cannot reliably estimate the end-to-end throughput. In this paper, we propose a strategy for outbound face selection considering both response time and bit-rate of lost packets. These two aspects facilitate the node to choose which outbound face offers the best QoE. In a case where bit-rate of lost packets is greater than a half of transmitted bit-rate, the node will re-select outbound faces to avoid intermittent streaming. The experiments performed using CCNx demonstrate that our approach provides better average stream bit-rate than the earlier response time based method.|
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