Traffic Engineering for Video-On-Demand Systems (2000)

By Bill Wall, Scientific-Atlanta

Traffic engineering techniques borrowed from the telephony world are used predict the performance of VOD systems. This paper provides a brief overview of traffic theory and how it can be applied to VOD systems. Erlangís B formula is used to calculate service blockage as function of buy rate, system capacity, and service group size. The implications of these calculations are discussed.

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