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A Novel Cooperative Content Fetching-Based Strategy to Increase the Quality of Video Delivery to Mobile Users in Wireless Networks

A Novel Cooperative Content Fetching-Based Strategy to Increase the Quality of Video Delivery to Mobile Users in Wireless Networks.A Novel Cooperative Content Fetching-Based Strategy to Increase the Quality of Video Delivery to Mobile Users in Wireless Networks[omnet++code] THE latest developments in mobile and wireless networks have fueled an impressive growth in type and number of applications in commercial, entertainment, military, and educational areas Among these, providing rich media content to A Novel Cooperative Content Fetching-Based Strategy to Increase the Quality of Video Delivery to Mobile Users in Wireless Networks mobile users is increasingly popular and was responsible for over one-third of all consumer network traffic New multimedia applications like 3D stereo video

have become the irreversible trend and trigger higher bandwidth demand than traditional streaming service However, supporting efficient high quality real-time video delivery to mobile A Novel Cooperative Content Fetching-Based Strategy to Increase the Quality of Video Delivery to Mobile Users in Wireless Networks users in wireless networks is very challenging mostly due to mobile device and network constraints in terms of bandwidth, storage and link reliability, especially in wireless multi-hop environments Unfortunately, user perceived quality for A Novel Cooperative Content Fetching-Based Strategy to Increase the Quality of Video Delivery to Mobile Users in Wireless Networks multimedia services delivered over these networks is in general low. Recently, cooperation has become the underlying guiding principle in numerous (media) resource fetching research efforts For instance, information-centric networking (ICN) is a clean-slate networking architecture that puts information in focus instead of the interconnection of specific nodes so as to achieve efficient and reliable distribution of resour

A Novel Cooperative Content Fetching-Based Strategy to Increase the Quality of Video Delivery to Mobile Users in Wireless Network

ces ICN architectures leverage in-network collaborative storage for caching, multiparty communication A Novel Cooperative Content Fetching-Based Strategy to Increase the Quality of Video Delivery to Mobile Users in Wireless Networks through replication and interaction models in terms of interest and distribution for resources. ICN accelerates the dissemination and sharing of resources and helps where there is shortage of available resources. However, none of these approaches involving management, retrieval and distribution of video resources can support real-time multimedia streaming service in mobile wireless networks. Moreover, the churn f

or replacing resources results in wasting the bandwidth and storage and increasing the energy A Novel Cooperative Content Fetching-Based Strategy to Increase the Quality of Video Delivery to Mobile Users in Wireless Networks consumption of the mobile nodes. Making cooperative use of the storage space and bandwidth of the nodes geographically close to the downloader (e.g. one-hop neighbors) to fetch media resources, not only meets the real-time requirements of media streaming services, but also speeds up the download process, improves resource sharing capacity and overcomes the negative influence of the frequent link breaks in wireless multi-hop communications. A number of proposals have exploited the benefit of cooperation among mobile A Novel Cooperative Content Fetching-Based Strategy to Increase the Quality of Video Delivery to Mobile Users in Wireless Networks nodes which have close