A Novel Framework to Select Intelligent Video Streaming Scheme for Learning Software as a Service

Irfan Syamsuddin


Cloud computing offers many benefits for government, business and educational institutions as exemplified in many cases. Options to deliver video streaming contents for educational purposes over cloud computing infrastructures are highlighted in this study. In such case, parameters that affect video quality directly or indirectly must be taken into account such as bandwidth, jitter and loss of data. Currently, several intelligent schemes to improve video streaming services have been proposed by researchers through different approaches. This study aims to propose a novel framework to select appropriate intelligent video streaming schemes for efficiently delivering educational video contents for Learning Software as a Service (LSaaS).


Cloud computing, video streaming, intelligent video streaming scheme, decision making, Software as a Service


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