Author : Kiattikul Sooksomsatarn
Affiliation : University of Phayao
Country : Thailand
Category : Computer Science & Information Technology
Volume, Issue, Month, Year : 8, 18, February, 2018
Network coding is a technique for maximizing the use of available bandwidth capacity. We are interested in applying network coding to multimedia content distribution. This is desirable because many popular network applications for content distribution consume high bandwidth and international bandwidth; both are scarce in countries such as New Zealand. Existing work has addressed the use of network coding for content distribution, however work on network coding and security does not consider the trade-off between quality of service and security for multimedia. Network coding is vulnerable to a pollution attack or a packet modification attack. It has detrimental effect particularly on network coding because of specific characteristic of network coding that allows nodes to modify received packets at any time. Many pollution attack defence mechanisms use computationally expensive techniques leading to higher communication cost. Therefore, the focus of this work is on developing protocols to address both open problems and validate the protocols using a combination of formal and simulation techniques. More importantly, our novel contribution is reduction of complexity of algorithms appropriate for streaming content distribution with network coding.
Keyword : Network Coding, Pollution Attack Detection, Security Protocol
For More Details : https://airccj.org/CSCP/vol8/csit89816.pdf