|Interesting paper: "YouTube Traffic Characterization: A View From the Edge"|
YouTube Traffic Characterization: A View From the Edge" from IMC 2007 is quite interesting. It tracks use of YouTube from the University of Calgary. Interesting random quote:
In total we recorded 23,250,438 valid (i.e., non-failed) HTTP transactions (i.e., request/response pairs). These transactions account for approximately 6.54 TB of data transfer. Only 3% of the HTTP requests were for video files; however, the corresponding HTTP responses accounted for 99% of the total bytes transferred.
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