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User Intent Driven Path Switching in Video Delivery-An Edge Computing Based Approach

Citation:

Qian, P., Wang, N., Tafazolli, R. (2022), User Intent Driven Path Switching in Video Delivery-An Edge Computing Based Approach, IEEE INFOCOM ICCN Workshop, 10.1109/INFOCOMWKSHPS54753.2022.9798147

Published:

02/05/2022

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University:

University of Surrey

Abstract: 

In this paper, we propose an SRv6 enabled SDN framework that can allow on the fly change of video delivery paths (when necessary) upon the detection of dynamic user intent on different video resolutions. This is typically achieved through offline definition of possible user intent scenarios on specific video resolutions which can be captured by edge computing based intent framework before the path switching action is triggered. We demonstrate a use case of a 4K video quality switch on an implemented framework, and the results show substantially reduced resolution switching delay upon user intent during ongoing video sessions.

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