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Video Traffic Flow Analysis in Distributed System during Interactive Session
Cost effective, smooth multimedia streaming to the remote customer through the distributed "video on demand" architecture is the most challenging research issue over the decade.The hierarchical system design is used for distributed network to satisfy more requesting users. The distributed hierarchical network system contains all the local and remote storage multimedia servers. The hierarchical network system is used to provide continuous availability of the data stream to the requesting customer. In this work, we propose a novel data stream that handles the methodology for reducing the connection failure and smooth multimedia stream delivery to the remote customer. The proposed session based single-user bandwidth requirement model presents the bandwidth requirement for any interactive session like pause, move slowly, rewind, skip some of the frame, and move fast with some constant number of frames.The proposed session based optimumstorage finding algorithmreduces the search hop count towards the remote storage-data server.Themodeling and simulation result shows the better impact over the distributed system architecture.This work presents the novel bandwidth requirement model at the interactive session and gives the trade-off in communication and storage costs for different system resource configurations.
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