STARCast: Streaming collaboration architecture on heterogeneous environment everywhere

Takeshi Tsuchiya, Hirokazu Yoshinaga, Keiichi Koyanagi

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Abstract

Recently, the increasing of network node by appearing the home network and discounting of PC, and the matters for security complicate the computer based network such as the Internet, which conceales it by IP. In this paper, we propose STARCast (Streaming Transit AnywheRe broadCasts) system with which existing networks are overlaid. It provides steaming service without depending on the underlying network environment such as NAT, firewall and IPv6. STAR-Cast adaptively changes their transport protocols to conceal different underlying networks at home, company, and man-ages routing in order to minimize the number of multi-hops on the route. It provides the service on heterogeneous networks in the manner of Peer-to-Peer (P2P) by using the Resource Management and the Streaming Relay mechanisms realized by a peer and evaluate it. And we try to interconnect current streaming systems, i-Visto system and DVTS as an example of application by the STARCast technology in this paper. The fusion of these technologies and current network technology will play significant role of next generation network system and streaming system which has the mechanism of "secured" and "grouping".

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNRBC'04 - Proceedings of the ACM Workshop on Next-Generation Residential Broadband Challenges
Pages57-62
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 2004
EventNRBC'04 - Proceedings of the ACM Workshop on Next-Generation Residential Broadband Challenges - New York, NY
Duration: 2004 Oct 152004 Oct 15

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OtherNRBC'04 - Proceedings of the ACM Workshop on Next-Generation Residential Broadband Challenges
CityNew York, NY
Period04/10/1504/10/15

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Keywords

  • Heterogeneous transport networks
  • Overlay streaming
  • Peer-to-Peer

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Tsuchiya, T., Yoshinaga, H., & Koyanagi, K. (2004). STARCast: Streaming collaboration architecture on heterogeneous environment everywhere. In NRBC'04 - Proceedings of the ACM Workshop on Next-Generation Residential Broadband Challenges (pp. 57-62)

STARCast : Streaming collaboration architecture on heterogeneous environment everywhere. / Tsuchiya, Takeshi; Yoshinaga, Hirokazu; Koyanagi, Keiichi.

NRBC'04 - Proceedings of the ACM Workshop on Next-Generation Residential Broadband Challenges. 2004. p. 57-62.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Tsuchiya, T, Yoshinaga, H & Koyanagi, K 2004, STARCast: Streaming collaboration architecture on heterogeneous environment everywhere. in NRBC'04 - Proceedings of the ACM Workshop on Next-Generation Residential Broadband Challenges. pp. 57-62, NRBC'04 - Proceedings of the ACM Workshop on Next-Generation Residential Broadband Challenges, New York, NY, 04/10/15.
Tsuchiya T, Yoshinaga H, Koyanagi K. STARCast: Streaming collaboration architecture on heterogeneous environment everywhere. In NRBC'04 - Proceedings of the ACM Workshop on Next-Generation Residential Broadband Challenges. 2004. p. 57-62
Tsuchiya, Takeshi ; Yoshinaga, Hirokazu ; Koyanagi, Keiichi. / STARCast : Streaming collaboration architecture on heterogeneous environment everywhere. NRBC'04 - Proceedings of the ACM Workshop on Next-Generation Residential Broadband Challenges. 2004. pp. 57-62
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