Distributed Self Fault-Diagnosis for SIP Multimedia Applications
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- Miao K.X., Schulzrinne H., Singh V.K., Deng Q. (2007) Distributed Self Fault-Diagnosis for SIP Multimedia Applications. In: Krishnaswamy D., Pfeifer T., Raz D. (eds) Real-Time Mobile Multimedia Services. MMNS 2007. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 4787. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
IP real-time multimedia applications present a challenging environment for network and service management, which requires a new approach. DYSWIS (Do You See What I See), proposed in this paper, is peer-to-peer distributed management architecture for multimedia network and service management, characteristic of active fault probing and identification based on protocol and functional scripting and rules.