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An Interactive Scalable Multimedia Streaming Scheme for VBR-Encoded Videos

Md.H. Kabir, E.G. Manning, G.C. Shoja
3rd Annual Communication Networks and Services Research Conference (CNSR'05)  
The standard frame sequence of an MPEG encoded video stream is suitable for normal playback.  ...  We have used video segmentation and hybrid temporaldata-partition scalable video encoding to create suitable playback sequence for interactive playback modes.  ...  [1] have proposed dual bit-streams: a normal-encoded stream for forward playback and an additional reverse-encoded stream for reverse playback.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cnsr.2005.23 dblp:conf/cnsr/KabirMS05 fatcat:kzlsi22t4rgrjjy2d2mdfopiiq

Traffic management of multimedia over ATM networks

Bing Zheng, M. Atiquzzaman
1999 IEEE Communications Magazine  
For transmitting video, the bursty multimedia stream can be shaped to smooth out the multimedia traffic stream.  ...  When multimedia is used in a client/server-type application, trick modes (stop, fast forward/backward, pause, etc.) may be used at the client to support interactive video applications such as video on  ...  For transmitting video, the bursty multimedia stream can be shaped to smooth out the multimedia traffic stream.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.739274 fatcat:3ipe52ymn5eshashdgc2hokjhe

Video-server retrieval scheduling and resource reservation for variable bit rate scalable video

Seungyup Paek, Shih-Fu Chang
2000 IEEE transactions on circuits and systems for video technology (Print)  
Thirdly, we present a progressive display scheme for scalable video that is based on the retrieval schedule and resource reservation algorithm.  ...  Thirdly, we present a progressive display scheme for scalable video that is based on the retrieval schedule and resource reservation algorithm.  ...  In this paper we present a scheme for the progressive display of scalable video for interactive viewing.  ... 
doi:10.1109/76.836292 fatcat:bsbx6qnqvjd77kyckqakasfbgm

Service Differentiation in the Internet to Support Multimedia Traffic [chapter]

Fouad Tobagi, Waël Noureddine, Benjamin Chen, Athina Markopoulou, Chuck Fraleigh, Mansour Karam, Jose-Miguel Pulido, Jun-ichi Kimura
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The current best-effort infrastructure in the Internet lacks key characteristics in terms of delay, jitter, and loss, which are required for multimedia applications (voice, video, and data).  ...  Recently, significant progress has been made toward specifying the service differentiation to be provided in the Internet for supporting multimedia applications.  ...  Multiple video streams sharing a 50 KB buffer, for three schemes: SNR scalability, DP, and no layering.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45400-4_25 fatcat:z5ws56lpabcndmeyvipxgearau

Development of Columbia's video on demand testbed

Shih-Fu Chang, Alexandros Eleftheriadis, Dimitris Anastassiou
1996 Signal processing. Image communication  
The first generation of the testbed was based on a constant-bit-rate (CBR) video server utilizing Ethernet delivery. Contents were encoded and stored as MPEG-2 audio/video elementary streams.  ...  Our VOD testbed also provides an advanced platform for implementing proof-of-concept prototypes of related research.  ...  Xi Chen implements Columbia's MPEG-2 audio/video elementary stream packetizer and transport stream multiplexer.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0923-5965(95)00047-x fatcat:jzvbt7sjsneylaw3mku3vpm4da

Adaptive video multicast over the Internet

Jiangchuan Liu, Bo Li, Ya-Qin Zhang
2003 IEEE Multimedia  
Adaptation approaches for video multicast We use two distinct properties to classify existing video multicast approaches: ❚ The video rates delivered to the receivers in a session.  ...  We also review the principal techniques from both video coding and network transport perspectives. Finally, we discuss the evaluation methodologies and metrics for adaptive video multicast systems.  ...  Figure 6 . 6 which we consider an effective vehicle for user interactions for a variety of future multimedia applications.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mmul.2003.1167919 fatcat:ymdqnrejtrgmlgfz6yysfy5rki

Yima: Design and Evaluation of a Streaming Media System for Residential Broadband Services [chapter]

Roger Zimmermann, Kun Fu, Cyrus Shahabi, Didi Shu-Yuen Yao, Hong Zhu
1999 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We describe and evaluate the implementation of a streaming media system called Yima, which consists of a scalable continuous media server and client components.  ...  We report on the real-life experiences that we gained from streaming near NTSC quality video and audio to residential locations within a metropolitan area.  ...  The stream required an average of 105 KB/s (840 Kb/s) bandwidth for both the video and audio layers (audio was encoded in MPEG-1 Layer 3 format), shown in Fig. 2.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45432-2_9 fatcat:fgdtqhsbujbfxecvmdlzhr6l7u

Multi-connection TFRC video streaming in a WiMAX environment

Salah Saleh Al-Majeed, Martin Fleury
2010 2010 International Conference on Multimedia Computing and Information Technology (MCIT)  
Dedicated WiMAX multimedia services are proposed for areas that lack networked infrastructure. This paper proposes multi-connection uplink video streaming for mobile WiMAX.  ...  Establishing multiple TFRC connections for a single video stream has emerged as a promising lightweight way of coping with wireless channel losses in a congestion-controlled tandem network.  ...  In [9] , multiple connections over an IEEE 802.11e link were used to send different layers of a scalable video stream.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcit.2010.5444866 fatcat:6u543e6ygfbyvic2ikm6uuwnlu

User-oriented QoS in packet video delivery

O. Verscheure, X. Garcia, G. Karlsson, J.-P. Hubaux
1998 IEEE Network  
We focus on packet video delivery, with an emphasis on the quality of service perceived by the end-user.  ...  Work remains to be done to optimize multimedia applications so they can be o ered at attractive prices. In other words, the user expects an adequate audio-visual quality at the lowest possible cost.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors are grateful to Erin Farr from IBM Corporation, Ismail Dalgic from 3Com Corporation and Pascal Frossard from the Signal Processing Laboratory at EPFL for their relevant comments  ... 
doi:10.1109/65.752641 fatcat:ltl5bscduva3fiwxdip3hhj4g4

Video Streaming in Evolving Networks under Fuzzy Logic Control [chapter]

Martin Fleury, Emmanuel Jammeh, Rouzbeh Razavi, Sandro Moiron, Mohammed Ghanbari
2010 Trends in Telecommunications Technologies  
such as video.  ...  It is also useful for educators that wish to get an up-to-date glimpse of telecommunications research and present it in an easily understandable and concise way.  ...  Before distribution from the server to individual users, multiple videos streams will share a multimedia channel, an example being MPEG-2 Transport Stream which serves for H.264/AVC pre-encoded streams  ... 
doi:10.5772/8490 fatcat:aoenob3nc5fkzmogsxj2dtn2ta

MAC-Layer QoS Management for Streaming Rate-Adaptive VBR Video over IEEE 802.11e HCCA WLANs

Jianfei Cai, Deyun Gao, Jianhua Wu
2007 Advances in Multimedia  
In this paper, we propose a cross-layer framework for efficiently delivering multiclass rate-adaptive VBR video over HCCA.  ...  With the increasing popularity of using WLANs for Internet access, the HCCA mechanism in IEEE 802.11e WLANs has received much more attention due to its efficiency in handling time-bounded multimedia traffic  ...  Note that although we use encoder-based rate smoothing scheme for VBR video encoding, any other VBR encoding scheme can be adopted in our cross-layer framework.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2007/94040 fatcat:qzgdhoyp5jetveoemrhpxy7j7m

Buffer Occupancy of Double-Buffer Traffic Shaper in Real-Time Multimedia Applications across Slow-Speed Links

Ayodeji O. Oluwatope, Damilola T. Oyewo, Folake E. Olayiwola, Ganiyu A. Aderounmu, Emmanuel A. Adagunodo
2013 Communications and Network  
In this paper, a double-buffer traffic shaper was investigated to adjust video frame rate inflow into the TCP sender-buffer of a multimedia application source across a slow-speed link.  ...  The transition matrix for the process was generated and the stationary probability computed.  ...  [3] studied the buffering schemes for the VBR video streaming in heterogeneous wireless networks.  ... 
doi:10.4236/cn.2013.51008 fatcat:p2nxigkivbh7dmbel2dq3cxcse

End-to-end modeling and simulation of MPEG-2 transport streams over ATM networks with jitter

Wenwu Zhu, Y.T. Hou, Yao Wang, Ya-Qin Zhang
1998 IEEE transactions on circuits and systems for video technology (Print)  
End-to-end packet-based analysis is performed for delivery of MPEG-2 transport streams over ATM networks.  ...  In this paper, the operation of MPEG-2 systems is modeled and simulated when an MPEG-2 transport stream is delivered through an ATM network with jitter.  ...  Heyman for the valuable discussion on MPEG-2 video source model, and Dr. A. Reibman for reviewing the draft and contributing constructive critiques.  ... 
doi:10.1109/76.660823 fatcat:2h25h33fa5bs5jpjfp4c2usfci

Efficient support for scan operations in video servers

Prashant J. Shenoy, Harrick M. Vin
1995 Proceedings of the third ACM international conference on Multimedia - MULTIMEDIA '95  
In this paper, we present an algorithm that integrates scalable compression techniques with placement algorithms for disk-arrays to provide efficient support for interactive scan operations (i.e., fast-forward  ...  We demonstrate that by suitably exploiting the characteristics of video streams and human perceptual tolerances, the overhead of such interactive operations can be substantially reduced.  ...  Although conceptually elegant, such frame skipping schemes may not be directly applicable for video streams that are encoded using compression techniques that exploit temporal redundancy between successive  ... 
doi:10.1145/217279.215259 dblp:conf/mm/ShenoyV95 fatcat:bzlcmhfvtfe7xavarpekbydqwm

Efficient mobile multimedia streaming

Cheng-Hsin Hsu
2010 ACM SIGMultimedia Records  
for scalable video streams.  ...  We encoded different types of videos into VBR streams, where each stream consists of both video and audio tracks.  ...  . // Input: multiple VBR streams. 2 . // Output: burst transmission schedule for all bursts. 3 . // initial transform 4 . for s = 1 to S 5.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1874413.1874417 fatcat:ag37drot2rcrzpbj3juxknlxn4
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