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Buffer sharing (59–64): The idea here is that if one stream for a video lags, another stream for the same video by only a short time interval; then, the system could retain the portion of the video between the two in buffers. The lagging stream would read from the buffers and not have to read from disk. 3. Adaptive piggy-backing (65): In this approach, streams for the same video are adjusted to go slower or faster by a few percent, such that it is imperceptible to the viewer, and the streams eventually merge and form one physical stream from the disks.

The remainder, should any exist, is free. The sections that constitute the available space are handled by a free list. This free list is actually maintained as a sequence of lists, one for each section height. The information about an unused section of height i is enqueued in the list that handles sections of that height. In order to simplify object allocation, the following bounded list length property is always maintained: For each height i ϭ 0, . , S, at most Ͷ Ϫ 1 free sections of i are allowed.

Next, three methods to improve the system throughput are described. , composite objects are described earlier). We describe a taxonomy of optimization techniques which is applicable in certain applications with flexible presentation requirements. Minimizing Startup Latency Considering the hybrid striping approach described earlier, each request should wait until a time slot corresponding to the cluster containing the first block of its referenced object becomes available. This is true even when the system is not 100% utilized.

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