Loading Time Optimization of Broadcast TV Applications

J.-C. Dufourd 1, 2 Jean-Claude Moissinac 1, 2 J. Le Feuvre 1, 2
1 MM - Multimédia
LTCI - Laboratoire Traitement et Communication de l'Information
Abstract :

HbbTV, an emerging standard for interactive television, is being deployed in various European countries, creating bandwidth demand for interactive services in existing saturated broadcast networks. The problem of managing often-reused resources, such as script libraries, in broadcast interactive applications, becomes acute when trying to find a good compromise between bandwidth and loading time. This paper explores the issues that TV channels have with on-air interactive applications and their optimized delivery. More specifically, this paper addresses the issue of data caching between broadcast carousel sessions. Proposed extensions to help solve the problem are given, and typical results include significant reduced loading time, up to a factor of 3. The implementation complexity and other potential applications of the proposal are also discussed.

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J.-C. Dufourd, Jean-Claude Moissinac, J. Le Feuvre. Loading Time Optimization of Broadcast TV Applications. EuroITV, Jul 2012, Berlin, Germany. ⟨hal-02411867⟩

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