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Data Broadcasting Model for Mobile Video-on- Demand Systems
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Author(s)
Abdulaziz Alrashidi, Omar Baakeel
KEYWORDS
Data broadcasting, demand systems, mobile wireless, network techniques
ABSTRACT
The future development of data broadcasting is expected to involve the efficient dissemination of data items in a mobile com-puting environment that relies on the data dissemination method to improve the scalability of systems and to indicate reliable patterns for dynamic user access. The rapid growth of time-critical information in emerging applications presents a number of challenges. There is an increasing need for the system to assist convenient data dissemination for multiple parties. This paper discusses the main challenges and techniques of mobile video broadcasting and proposes a model for mobile video systems involving time-critical on-demand data broadcasting.
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