IEEE Organizations related to Video On Demand (VoD)

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2014 IEEE Broadcast Symposium (BTS)

Presentations and tutorials on devices, equipment, techniques and systems relatedto broadcast technology, including the production, distribution, transmission, and propagation aspects


2013 IEEE International Symposium on Broadband Multimedia Systems and Broadcasting (BMSB)

The presentation and exchange of technical advances in the rapidly converging areas of multimedia broadcasting, telecommunications, consumer electronics, and networking technologies.



Periodicals related to Video On Demand (VoD)

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Broadcasting, IEEE Transactions on

Broadcast technology, including devices, equipment, techniques, and systems related to broadcast technology, including the production, distribution, transmission, and propagation aspects.



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Xplore Articles related to Video On Demand (VoD)

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Sosemanuk Algorithm forencryption and decryption Video on Demand (VoD)

2015 IEEE Asia Pacific Conference on Wireless and Mobile (APWiMob), 2015

Video on Demand (VoD) service have a concept that the user will have complete freedom to choose what he wants to see. VoD gives satisfaction is more personal than the interests of the people. The development of information technology through multimedia services such as Video on Demand cannot be separated from the issue of data security. Security is very important ...


P2P video streaming replication scheme for P2P VoD services

2014 International Conference on Information and Communication Technology Convergence (ICTC), 2014

In P2P Video-on-Demand (VoD) services, the storage size of lightweight devices is limited so that they can only store the partial video data rather than a complete file. Therefore, peers cannot find the required video data from neighbor peers, and then fetch the video data from the video server thus increasing the bandwidth load of video server. In this paper, ...


A practical methodology for guaranteeing quality of service for video-on-demand

IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, 2000

A novel and simple approach for defining end-to-end quality of service (QoS) in video-on-demand (VoD) services is presented. Using this approach, we derive a schedulable region for a video server which guarantees end-to-end QoS, where a specific QoS required in the video client translates into a QoS specification for the video server. Our methodology is based on a generic model ...


A Demand-Aware Grouping Scheme for VoD Service in Peer to Peer Environment

2009 10th International Symposium on Pervasive Systems, Algorithms, and Networks, 2009

This paper proposes a heuristic approach to group the peer to peer (P2P) users for sharing the video on demand (VoD)programs in an efficient way. The underlined grouping scheme characterizes the demand behavior to group correlated users into VoD sharing group so that the transmission efficiency can be improved when compared with that without grouping scheme. As the user connectivity ...


Determination of efficient transmission scheme for video-on-demand (VoD) services

IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, 2003

In providing video-on-demand services in multicast environment, a broadcasting technique like skyscraper is very efficient for serving a very popular video in terms of resource requirement. However, a multicasting method like patching will achieve better performance if the video is not popular enough. Since there may not be a clear distinction between very popular and popular videos, an analytical model ...


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Educational Resources on Video On Demand (VoD)

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  • Sosemanuk Algorithm forencryption and decryption Video on Demand (VoD)

    Video on Demand (VoD) service have a concept that the user will have complete freedom to choose what he wants to see. VoD gives satisfaction is more personal than the interests of the people. The development of information technology through multimedia services such as Video on Demand cannot be separated from the issue of data security. Security is very important to maintain the data of those who do not have the right to see it. Therefore, it needs a method of concealment of information / data that cryptography to be able resolve this security issue. This research regarding Sosemanuk Algorithm for encrypt and decrypt multimedia data such as Video on Demand and to demonstrate the performance of this algorithm. Performances that calculated in this paper is the encryption time, decryption and avalanche effect.

  • P2P video streaming replication scheme for P2P VoD services

    In P2P Video-on-Demand (VoD) services, the storage size of lightweight devices is limited so that they can only store the partial video data rather than a complete file. Therefore, peers cannot find the required video data from neighbor peers, and then fetch the video data from the video server thus increasing the bandwidth load of video server. In this paper, we propose a P2P VoD replication scheme to reduce the bandwidth load of video server. Peers can adaptively replicate video data under the storage space limitation. The experimental results show that our schemes can reduce 30% bandwidth load of the video server.

  • A practical methodology for guaranteeing quality of service for video-on-demand

    A novel and simple approach for defining end-to-end quality of service (QoS) in video-on-demand (VoD) services is presented. Using this approach, we derive a schedulable region for a video server which guarantees end-to-end QoS, where a specific QoS required in the video client translates into a QoS specification for the video server. Our methodology is based on a generic model for VoD services, which is extendible to any VoD system. In this kind of system, both the network and the video server are potential sources of QoS degradation. Specifically, we examine the effect that impairments in the video server and video client have on the video quality perceived by the end user. The Columbia VoD testbed is presented as an example to validate the model through experimental results. Our model can be connected to network QoS admission control models to create a unified approach for admission control of incoming video requests in the video server and network.

  • A Demand-Aware Grouping Scheme for VoD Service in Peer to Peer Environment

    This paper proposes a heuristic approach to group the peer to peer (P2P) users for sharing the video on demand (VoD)programs in an efficient way. The underlined grouping scheme characterizes the demand behavior to group correlated users into VoD sharing group so that the transmission efficiency can be improved when compared with that without grouping scheme. As the user connectivity and playing behavior in P2P environment vary from time to time, the VoD sharing groups shall be dynamically adjusted. In order to maximize the grouping effectiveness, the compensation factor is proposed as a heuristic indicator to judge whether a peer is valuable to be grouped together or not. And the compensation factor is measured in chunk area, which is composed of consecutive chunks, to minimize the processing complexity. Experimental simulations were performed to evaluate the performance of peers requesting desired position of the content by using the proposed scheme. Compared with the ungrouped P2P environment, the simulation results illustrate that the proposed grouping scheme can effectively increase the high content penetration rate of a movie so that the on demand process of a specific movie can be achieved within the same group.

  • Determination of efficient transmission scheme for video-on-demand (VoD) services

    In providing video-on-demand services in multicast environment, a broadcasting technique like skyscraper is very efficient for serving a very popular video in terms of resource requirement. However, a multicasting method like patching will achieve better performance if the video is not popular enough. Since there may not be a clear distinction between very popular and popular videos, an analytical model is developed in this paper to select an appropriate delivery scheme for the videos according to both the popularity of videos and the customer reneging behavior. The result shows that not only is the overall bandwidth of the system minimized, but a preset quality of service is also provided for each customer when using our proposed scheme.

  • Design and implementation of video-on-demand system for elementary and secondary schools

    The courseware, which is merely made up of texts, pictures, links, etc, can not meet the requirements of learners. The teaching video is becoming more and more popular. Video-on-demand system for elementary and secondary schools contains much teaching videos, it allow learners to choose what to learn freely, control learning process. From the paper, you can learn what the video-on-demand system for elementary and secondary school is and how it is designed in its general structure, users, functions and database. Besides, you can also learn how the system is implemented from the homepage, registration /login, retrieving video, video on demand and management.

  • Hybrid video transmission scheme for maximizing the expectation of served users in video-on-demand (VOD) system

    In Video-on-Demand (VOD) system, it is very important to allocate channels efficiently, so that the most people can view the video immediately, rather than leave the system because of long waiting time. In this paper, an algorithm based on dynamic programming is proposed to maximize the expectation of served users by combining broadcasting with batching. Furthermore, a recommended system is applied in this algorithm which utilizes the remaining buffer to increase the number of served users further. The simulation results show that the proposed algorithm works well.

  • Admission control for distributed VoD system with scalable videos

    Scalable video coding (SVC) is considered as a promising video coding scheme under the new network environment. However, providing scalable videos in a distributed video on demand (VoD) system brings many additional problems, such as the adjustment of QoS according to varying terminal capabilities or network conditions, the ensurance of providing acceptable video quality while avoiding network congestion etc. This paper proposes a novel admission control model for distributed VoD system with scalable videos. The admission control process of the service system is modeled as a partially observable Markov decision process (POMDP). The admission control policy of the system is a randomized policy which can be solved by policy gradient method. Through a numerical experiment, the proposed approach is shown to be well performed.

  • Hybrid Video Transmission Scheme for Minimizing Maximum Waiting Time in Video-on-Demand (VOD) System

    In order to enhance the user experience, it is necessary to reduce the waiting time for each video. It is obvious that the waiting time decreases as the number of channels increases when other conditions keep the same. In this paper, an algorithm using binary search and combining broadcasting with unicast is proposed to minimize the maximum waiting time based on this property. Furthermore, a recommendation algorithm is applied in this algorithm which utilizes the cache of user to reduce the waiting time further. Finally, according to the distribution of arrival rates from Youku, we have established a simulation system and used the proposed algorithm on this system. The results show that the waiting time can be reduced obviously.

  • Approximation of bandwidth for the interactive operation in video on demand system

    An interactive session of video-on-demand (VOD) streaming procedure deserves smooth data transportation for the viewer, irrespective of their geographic location. To access the required video, bandwidth management during the video objects transportation at any interactive session is a mandatory prerequisite. It has been observed in the domain likes movie on demand, electronic encyclopedia, interactive games, and educational resources. The required data is imported from the distributed storage servers through the high speed backbone network. This paper presents the viewer driven session based multi- user model with respect to the overlay mesh network. In virtue of reality, the direct implication of this work elaborately shows the required bandwidth is a causal part in the video on demand system. The analytic model of session based single viewer bandwidth requirement model presents the bandwidth requirement for any interactive session like, pause, move slow, rewind, skip some number of frames, or move fast with some constant number of frames. This work presents the bandwidth requirement model for any interactive session that brings the trade-off in data-transportation and storage costs for different system resources and also for the various system configurations.



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