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This work was supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (Nos. 61174124 and 61233003), Research Fund for Doctoral Program of Higher Education of China (No. 20123402110029), and Natural Science Research Program of the Anhui High Education Bureau of China (No. KJ2012A286).
The proliferation of streaming service system in various application areas gains increasing importance and also poses more challenges in the research of streaming service system. In this paper, we propose a novel dynamic model composed of a set of differential equations to describe the evolution of streaming service systems. And in the model, we focus on how the policies for admission control and peer selection influence on the system. We first introduce a flexible abstraction of streaming service systems. The abstraction is generally enough to capture the essences of streaming service systems with different structures, physical characteristics, software protocols and client behaviors. Then, by analyzing the state which is defined as the number of requests, a novel dynamic model is developed in microscopic scale to characterize the behaviors of streaming service systems. The model proposed in this paper demonstrates the interactions between clients and servers and also between different servers. The interactions are primarily influenced by the admission control policy and peer selection policy. Finally, some experiments are designed to verify the validation and reasonability of the model.
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