Evgeniy Petrov

Evgeniy Petrov
Petrozavodsk State University · department of telecommunication

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In the past decade we observed the transition from push-based, fully managed media streaming to pull-based, unmanaged adaptive HTTP streaming thanks to enhancements in media compression, network capacity, and client capabilities. Adaptive media players, specifically their algorithms, have been subject to research for a long time and lead to various...
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Adaptive video streaming over HTTP is becoming omnipresent in our daily life. In the past, dozens of research papers have proposed novel approaches to address different aspects of adaptive streaming and a decent amount of player implementations (commercial and open source) are available. However, state of the art evaluations are sometimes superfici...
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Adaptive video streaming over HTTP is becoming omnipresent in our daily life. In the past, dozens of research papers have proposed novel approaches to address different aspects of adaptive streaming and a decent amount of player implementations (commercial and open source) are available. However, state of the art evaluations are sometimes superfici...
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Today we can observe a plethora of adaptive video streaming services and media players which support interoperable formats like DASH and HLS. Most of the players and their rate adaptation algorithms work as a black box. We have developed a system for easy and rapid testing of media players under various network scenarios. In this paper, we introduc...
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With the proliferation of media systems for content delivery, there is a growing demand for sophisticated methods to research emerging technologies in this field. For instance, new solutions for streaming video can be studied using real communication networks which is not always convenient or even feasible. In this paper, we present EmStream a prac...

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Developing tools and methodology for testing and analyzing the DASH-based content delivery in the context of modern network approaches.