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JBE, vol. 23, no. 1, pp.26-35, January, 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5909/JBE.2018.23.1.26

A Scheme of Efficient Contents Service and Sharing By Associating Media Server with Location-Aware Overlay Network

Won-Ho Chung and Seung Yeon Lee

C.A E-mail: whchung@duksung.ac.kr

Abstract:

The recent development of overlay network technology enables distributed sharing of various types of contents. Although overlay network has great advantages as a huge content repository, it is practically difficult to directly provide such Internet service as streaming of contents. On the other hand, the media server, which is specialized in content services, has excellent service capabilities, but it suffers from the huge contents that are constantly created and requires large expansion of severs and storages, and thus requires much effort for efficient management of the huge repository. Hence, the association of an overlay network of huge storage with a media server of high performance content service will show a great synergy effect. In this paper, a location-aware scheme of constructing overlay networks and associating it with media server is proposed, and then cache-based contents management and service policy are proposed for efficient content service. The performance is analysed for one of the content services, streaming service.



Keyword: Location-Awareness, Media server, Ordinary-Peer, Overlay Network, Super-Peer

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