Adaptive Video Streaming over ICN
draft-irtf-icnrg-videostreaming-00

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ICNRG                                                        S. Lederer
Internet Draft                                                 D. Posch
Intended status: Informational                              C. Timmerer
Expires: Sept 10th, 2014                Alpen-Adria University Klagenfurt
                                                        C. Westphal, Ed.
                                                             Aytac Azgin
                                                                  Huawei
                                                              C. Mueller
                                                               Bitmovin
                                                                 A.Detti
                                          University of Rome Tor Vergata
                                                               D. Corujo
                                                    University of Aveiro

                                                            March 10, 2014

                     Adaptive Video Streaming over ICN
                   draft-irtf-icnrg-videostreaming-00.txt

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Abstract

   This document presents the usage of Information Centric Networks
   (ICN) for adaptive multimedia streaming and identifies problems,
   which have to be considered for such applications. Several topics
   related to video distribution over ICN are presented: DASH over ICN,
   which leverages the recent ISO/IEC MPEG Dynamic Adaptive Streaming
   over HTTP (DASH) standard, layered encoding over ICN, PPSP over ICN
   and IPTV over ICN. DASH over ICN offers the possibility to transfer
   data from multiple sources as well as over multiple links in
   parallel, which is definitely an important feature, e.g., for mobile
   devices offering multiple network links. In addition to this, the
   named multimedia content is routed and cached efficiently by the
   underlying network. Finally, PPSP extends the P2P semantics to video
   streaming in ICNs.

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Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION .................................................     3
2. CONVENTIONS USED IN THIS DOCUMENT.............................     4
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