Multimedia Multicast on the Internet
January 2007, Wiley-ISTE
Multicast routing was introduced with the advent of multiparty applications (for example, videoconferencing on the Internet) and collaborative work (for example, distributed simulations). It is related to the concept of group communication, a technique introduced to reduce communication costs.
The various problems of multicast routing on the Internet are examined in detail. They include: group membership management, quality of service, reliability, safety, scalability and transport. Throughout the text, several protocols are introduced in order to analyze, compare and cover the various aspects of multicast routing.
Chapter 1. Multicast Routing on the Internet (Jean-Jacques Pansiot).
Chapter 2. Hierarchical Multicast Protocols with Quality of Service(Abderrahim Benslimane and Omar Moussaoui).
Chapter 3. A Transport Protocol for Multimedia Multicast with Differentiated Quality of Service (David Garduno, Ernesto Exposito and Michel Diaz).
Chapter 4. Reliability in Group Communications: An Introduction (Vincent Roca).
Chapter 5. End-to-End Approaches for Reliable Communications (Vincent Roca).
Chapter 6. Router-assist Based Reliable Multicast Protocols (Prométhée Spathis and Kim Thai).
Chapter 7. Congestion Control in Multicast Communications (CongDuc Pham and Moufida Maimour-Bouyoucef).
Chapter 8. Approaches to Multicast Traffic Engineering (Christian Jacquenet).
Chapter 9. Towards New Protocols for Small Multicast Groups: Explicit Routing and Recursive Unicast (Ali Boudani and Abderrahim Benslimane).
Chapter 10. Secure Multicast Communications, Melek Önen (Refik Molva and Alain Pannetrat).
Chapter 11. Scalable Virtual Environments (Walid Dabbous and Thierry Turletti).
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