International Conference on Advances in Computer, Electronics and Electrical Engineering - CEEE 2013
Author(s) : D. A. PHALKE , NILAM S. PATIL
Peer-to-Peer system has emerged as a promising technology to provide video-on-demand service. Several P2P-VoD systems have been deployed and attracted a large population of viewers. However, it is challenging to design P2P media streaming networks because of the stringent time constraints on the delivered media streams, which require more efficient and resilient overlay architectures. Compared with existing client server system model, where the single server must have enough resources to support all simultaneous clients. Proposed system focuses on design of P2P media streaming networks, which requires the fast distribution of multimedia content to clients. Proposed algorithm is described as 1)serial and parallel scheduling of chunks correctly switched to get required quality of service 2)dynamic nature of peers is considered 3)fault tolerance is provided in case of peer failure.