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 Title & Authors
Segment Scheduling Scheme to Support Seamless DASH-based Live Streaming Service
Yun, Dooyeol; Chung, Kwangsue;
 
 Abstract
Currently, several research studies are looking to improve the quality of DASH (Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP) based live streaming services. However, conventional DASH based streaming schemes cannot provide seamless playback while maintaining the low buffering and it adversely affects the QoE (Quality of Experience). To address this problem, we propose the QoE driven segment scheduling scheme. The proposed scheme adaptively schedules the segment request message according to the time and variation of segment fetching. Simulation results indicate that the proposed scheme improves the QoE of live streaming service by maintaining the low buffering delay and reducing the buffer underflow events.
 Keywords
live streaming;DASH;segment scheduling;QoE;
 Language
Korean
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