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Efficient Region-of-Interest Scalable Video Coding with Adaptive Bit-Rate Control

Dan Grois, Ofer Hadar
2013 Advances in Multimedia  
The performance of the presented techniques is demonstrated and compared with the joint scalable video model reference software (JSVM 9.19), thereby showing significant bit-rate savings as a tradeoff for  ...  Thus, an efficient scalable ROI video coding scheme is proposed in this work, thereby enabling the extraction of the desired regions-of-interest and the adaptive setting of the desirable ROI location,  ...  Acknowledgments This work was partially supported by the NEGEV consortium, MAGNET Program of the Israeli Chief Scientist, The authors gratefully thank Igor Medvetsky, Ran Dubin, Aviad Hadarian, and Evgeny  ... 
doi:10.1155/2013/281593 fatcat:vojmwpyc5ndmhe6ost4zpjrt54

Scalable Video Coding for IPTV Services

T. Wiegand, L. Noblet, F. Rovati
2009 IEEE transactions on broadcasting  
The coding efficiency of the various scalability types of SVC is demonstrated followed by an analysis of the complexity of the various SVC tools.  ...  Scenarios for the use of the recently approved Scalable Video Coding (SVC) extension of H.264/MPEG4-AVC in IPTV services are presented.  ...  Materic at STMicroelectronics for their insight on SVC implementation complexity evaluation; Maryline Clare, Sylvain Kervadec and Gilles Teniou at Orange Labs for their investigation of IPTV use cases  ... 
doi:10.1109/tbc.2009.2020954 fatcat:vbfq36dbrbcbbpjrb3hheqxvqe

SVCEval-RA: an evaluation framework for adaptive scalable video streaming

Wilder E. Castellanos, Juan C. Guerri, Pau Arce
2015 Multimedia tools and applications  
A video stream encoded with H.264/SVC consist of several layers (one base layer and multiple enhancement layers) each with different characteristics of quality.  ...  Multimedia content adaption strategies are becoming increasingly important for effective video streaming over the actual heterogeneous networks.  ...  In addition, our simulation framework enables the MGS (Medium Grain Quality Scalability) coding scheme (instead of CGS that is used in most simulation frameworks).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11042-015-3046-y fatcat:cofzma7yxjdqfnja5gwkjie3sa

Content-aware downlink scheduling for LTE wireless systems: A survey and performance comparison of key approaches

Moustafa M. Nasralla, Nabeel Khan, Maria G. Martini
2018 Computer Communications  
On the other hand, Quality of Experience (QoE) reflects the user's experience and satisfaction in terms of Mean Opinion Score (MOS).  ...  In addition, we analyze and compare via simulation the performance of some of the most relevant scheduling rules.  ...  The video sequences are encoded with the SVC codec (Medium Grain Scalability (MGS) [120] ) and comprise a base layer and 12 quality layers.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2018.08.009 fatcat:hiee6lg75za25hy6i623oz2x5e

Congestion-aware quality-adaptive streaming of scalable video

Robert Kuschnig
2012 ACM SIGMultimedia Records  
To improve the network efficiency and the scalability in terms of number of clients served, HTTP-based request-response streams can utilize HTTP proxies and caches.  ...  streams was developed, to estimate the influence of the system parameters and the network characteristics on the throughput performance. (5) A comprehensive evaluation of the HTTP-based request-response  ...  As a result, with each CGS layer the quality of the video increases. The second option of quality scalability is medium grained scalability (MGS).  ... 
doi:10.1145/2452556.2452566 fatcat:cukoumigdnf75a5o4ptkowyvya

Efficient mobile multimedia streaming

Cheng-Hsin Hsu
2010 ACM SIGMultimedia Records  
For example, in H.264/SVC [51], switching from one medium grained scalable (MGS) layer to another can be done at any time, while switching from one nonscalable stream to another can only be done at  ...  H.264/SVC supports several types of scalability, including scalability and hybrid scalability of some or all of the above.  ...  schedule a burst from times t to t n for s, where window p of s has the smallest z s p 11 . among all windows p ′ with x s p ′ ≤ t and z s p ′ > t, and t n is the time of the next 11.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1874413.1874417 fatcat:ag37drot2rcrzpbj3juxknlxn4

USER-CHI project - D8.11: Report on the standardisation landscape

Javier López, Miguel Ángel Aranda Gómez
2020 Zenodo  
The availability of this information at the very early stage of the projects allows using already existing material and the alignment with current and underdevelopment standardisation works facilitating  ...  the compatibility of the outcomes with the current market practises.  ...  The requirements in 61851-1 cover the EV supply equipment of both mode 2 and mode 3 types, with the exception in-cable control and protection devices for mode 2 charging of electric road vehicles (IC-CPD  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6921917 fatcat:exj7f7andbd3rmur2bvpphhgku

Do Inputs Matter? Using Data-Dependence Profiling to Evaluate Thread Level Speculation in the BlueGene/Q

Arnamoy Bhattacharyya
2013
A performance evaluation of TLS applied along with the traditional automatic parallelization techniques indicates that various factors such as: the number of loops speculatively parallelized and their  ...  increase impact the performance of TLS.  ...  They show that TLS is profitable for applications with substantial amount of medium-grained loops.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3xx1x fatcat:mavrkxqcdrdmhgta2x54glueb4