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Evento: 'Palestra do Prof. Keith Ross na UFRJ'

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Data: Tuesday, April 28, 2009 At 10:00
Duração: 1 Hora 30 Minutos

Palestra do Prof. Keith Ross na UFRJ

O Prof. Keith Ross (Polytechnic Institute of NYU, EUA) http://cis.poly.edu/~ross/ virá ao Brasil para participar da conferência IEEE/Infocom 2009 e dará uma palestra na UFRJ (COPPE).

Dia: 28 de Abril (terça)
horário: 10:00-11:30
sala: G-122 (auditório principal da Coppe)
Título: P2P Live Video Streaming

O resumo da palestra e a bio do Prof. Ross estão abaixo.
O Prof. Ross é um dos pesquisadores mais renomados na área de Redes de Computadores e co-autor do livro mais usado na área atualmente.

A palestra será direcionada (a pedido) para uma audiência geral de forma a que pessoas de outras áreas e alunos de graduação possam também acompanhar a palestra.

Não percam!!!

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Título: P2P Live Video Streaming

Resumo:

With P2P live video streaming, peers viewing videos also assist the server in streaming the videos, thereby significantly reducing server infrastructure cost. In recent years, there have been several large-scale deployments of P2P live video systems; for example, PPstream has 350 million downloads, about 12 million active users every day, and thousands of channels.

These P2P streaming systems have several fundamental performance problems including large channel switching delays, long playback lags, and poor performance for less popular channels. We propose a new cross-channel P2P streaming framework, called View-Upload Decoupling (VUD). VUD strictly decouples peer downloading from uploading, bringing stability to multichannel systems and enabling cross-channel resource sharing. We propose a set of peer assignment and bandwidth allocation algorithms to properly provision bandwidth among channels, and introduce sub-stream swarming to reduce the bandwidth overhead. We evaluate the performance of VUD via analytical models, simulations and a PlanetLab implementation.

The current designs also lack incentives for users to contribute bandwidth resources. To address incentives, we propose, prototype, deploy and validate LayerP2P, a P2P live streaming system with built-in incentives. LayerP2P combines layered video and a tit-for-tat-like algorithm so that a peer contributing more upload bandwidth receives more layers and consequently better video quality. We fully implement LayerP2P (including seeds, clients, trackers, and layered codecs), deploy the prototype in PlanetLab, and perform extensive experiments. Compared to a P2P live streaming system with single-layer video, LayerP2P provides significantly improved video quality for cooperative peers, and free-riders do not adversely affect system performance.


Biografia: Keith Ross

Professor Ross is the Leonard J. Shustek Chair Professor in Computer Science at Polytechnic Institute of NYU since January 2003. Professor Ross has worked in peer-to-peer networking, Internet measurement, video streaming, Web caching, multi-service loss networks, content distribution networks, network security, voice over IP, optimization, queuing theory, and Markov decision processes. He is an IEEE Fellow, and is currently associate editor for IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking. He has served as an advisor to the Federal Trade Commission on P2P file sharing.

Professor Ross is co-author (with James F. Kurose) of the popular textbook, Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet, published by Addison-Wesley (first edition in 2000, fifth edition 2009). It is the most popular textbook on computer networks in CS departments, both nationally and internationally; it has been translated into twelve languages. Professor Ross is also the author of the research monograph, Multiservice Loss Models for Broadband Communication Networks, published by Springer in 1995.


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