A Trial Evaluation of Distributed Campus Network Environment Based on Comparison of Theoretical and Real Performance of Packet Flow Amount Using Video Transmission System
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- Imai Y. et al. (2010) A Trial Evaluation of Distributed Campus Network Environment Based on Comparison of Theoretical and Real Performance of Packet Flow Amount Using Video Transmission System. In: Zavoral F., Yaghob J., Pichappan P., El-Qawasmeh E. (eds) Networked Digital Technologies. NDT 2010. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 88. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
In order to manage and utilize distributed campus network environment efficiently, a video transmission scheme has been designed for simultaneous communication among multiple areas. The scheme is organized with a specified server, a digital video encoder, client devices and so on. This paper introduces design of our video transmission scheme, formulation procedure for performance evaluation of real campus network and demonstration of quantitative evaluation of the network with comparison of its measured packet flow amount. And it also illustrates a summary of experimental results for the above performance evaluation and describes several comments to future problem solving for phenomena, which has been met in such a real experiment.
KeywordsNetwork conference system protocol of DVTS (Digital Video Transmission System) System design and performance evaluation Distributed campus network environment
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