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Enhancing quality of service by exploiting delay tolerance in multimedia applications

Saraswathi Krithivasan, Sridhar Iyer
2005 Proceedings of the 13th annual ACM international conference on Multimedia - MULTIMEDIA '05  
In contrast, we focus on multimedia applications that can tolerate delays.  ...  SCOPE OF WORK In delay-tolerant applications, there is little advantage to be gained by serving the clients before their scheduled playout time.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1101149.1101368 dblp:conf/mm/KrithivasanI05 fatcat:g4k3yl5wj5gmvjm6g7d2gncoqe

Enhancing QoS for Delay-Tolerant Multimedia Applications: Resource Utilization and Scheduling from a Service Provider's Perspective

Saraswathi Krithivasan
2006 Proceedings IEEE INFOCOM 2006. 25TH IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications  
Simulation results demonstrate the usefulness of exploiting client delay tolerance specifications for delivering enhanced Quality of Service (QoS) with little or no additional resources.  ...  Emerging applications such as distance education and corporate training are examples of delay tolerant multimedia applications where clients request the start of play back at a convenient time specified  ...  CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE WORK Delay tolerant applications cater to the clients' convenience while enhancing the quality of multimedia delivery.  ... 
doi:10.1109/infocom.2006.71 dblp:conf/infocom/Krithivasan06 fatcat:bu6iyqlyznehdns3gah4uobrmi

Strategies for Efficient Streaming in Delay-Tolerant Multimedia Applications

Saraswathi Krithivasan, Sridhar Iyer
2006 Eighth IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia (ISM'06)  
We consider Multimedia applications where clients specify a minimum desired stream rate (quality) and a time till when they are willing to wait, termed delay tolerance.  ...  Considering the complexity of the optimal solution, we propose a set of heuristic based algorithms for delivering enhanced rates to clients using the three strategies.  ...  Rath for his help in implementing the random topology generator.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ism.2006.142 dblp:conf/ism/KrithivasanI06 fatcat:uufxq5nobjemzongkj6zkpsuei

Multimedia Internet of Things: A Comprehensive Survey

Ali Nauman, Yazdan Ahmad Qadri, Muhammad Amjad, Yousaf Bin Zikria, Muhammad Khalil Afzal, Sung Won Kim
2020 IEEE Access  
We explore the importance of Quality-of-Experience (QoE) and Quality-of-Service (QoS) for multimedia transmission over IoT.  ...  Various multimedia applications supported by IoT are surveyed, and numerous use cases related to road traffic management, security, industry, and health are illustrated to show how different M-IoT applications  ...  QUALITY OF SERVICE (QoS) AWARE ARCHITECTURE The quality of telecommunication services is defined by ITU in recommendation ITU-T E.800 [160] as: ''Totality of characteristics of a telecommunications service  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2964280 fatcat:ilihkpik65bdvblyal6rp7tb2y

A User Perspective of Quality of Service in m-Commerce

Gheorghita Ghinea, Marios C. Angelides
2004 Multimedia tools and applications  
Based on previously identified user perceptual tolerance to varying multimedia QoS, we show that enhancing the m-commerce B2C user experience with multimedia, far from being an idealised scenario, is in  ...  In an m-commerce setting, the underlying communication system will have to provide a Quality of Service (QoS) in the presence of two competing factors -network bandwidth and, as the pressure to add value  ...  tolerant to low quality multimedia presentations.  ... 
doi:10.1023/b:mtap.0000011934.59111.b5 fatcat:cgogatmgqbd6hmtrgea5n64eku

Enhancing the quality level support for real-time multimedia applications in software-defined networks

Francesco Ongaro, Eduardo Cerqueira, Luca Foschini, Antonio Corradi, Mario Gerla
2015 2015 International Conference on Computing, Networking and Communications (ICNC)  
This paper exploits the use of Software-Defined Networking (SDN) in conjunction with the OpenFlow protocol to differentiate network services with quality level assurance and to respect agreed Service Level  ...  Nowadays, the explosive growth of real-time applications that need stringent Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE) support, forces network programmers to design network protocols that  ...  Secondly, by exploiting OpenFlow in SDNs, we show how our proposal can be used for managing differentiated network services for multimedia applications with quality level support in wired and wireless  ... 
doi:10.1109/iccnc.2015.7069395 dblp:conf/iccnc/OngaroCFCG15 fatcat:nlnwhrajurcaroywl6e6ywevqq

Managing QoS for Multimedia Applications in the Differentiated Services Environment

Manish Mahajan, Manish Parashar
2003 Journal of Network and Systems Management  
Results presented in this paper show that by exploiting flexible nature of multimedia flows, CABB improves network resource allocations.  ...  These applications generate traffic at varying rates and have a varying ability to tolerate delays and jitter in the network.  ... 
doi:10.1023/b:jons.0000005474.43773.d8 fatcat:7tias3pyxffijck5zwf2cwn3oe

A Survey on Transport Protocols for Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks

Daniel G. Costa
2012 KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems  
Wireless networks composed of multimedia-enabled resource-constrained sensor nodes have enriched a large set of monitoring sensing applications.  ...  negatively impact the end-to-end quality of the received data.  ...  Furthermore, the user application must tolerate the expected quality loss.  ... 
doi:10.3837/tiis.2012.01.014 fatcat:mfffe7xilbcgnhtrbppvnz3nda

A Survey on Cross-Layer Design Frameworks for Multimedia Applications over Wireless Networks [article]

Jaydip Sen, Shomik Bhattacharya
2010 arXiv   pre-print
Delivering real-time multimedia traffic over a complex network like the Internet is a particularly challenging task since these applications have strict quality -of-service (QoS) requirements on bandwidth  ...  To improve perceived media quality by end users over wireless Internet, QoS supports can be addressed in different layers, including application layer, transport layer and link layer.  ...  Real-time media such as video and audio is delay-sensitive but capable of tolerating a certain degree of errors.  ... 
arXiv:1012.2518v1 fatcat:yyuje2bn3zafjgrcwn6jmn7n7u

Cross-layer wireless multimedia transmission: challenges, principles, and new paradigms

M. Van Der Schaar, S. Shankar N
2005 IEEE wireless communications  
However, existing wireless networks provide only limited, time-varying quality of service (QoS) for delay-sensitive, bandwidthintense, and loss-tolerant multimedia applications.  ...  As the use of wireless local area networks spreads beyond simple data transfer to bandwidth-intense, delay-sensitive, and loss-tolerant multimedia applications, addressing quality of service issues will  ... 
doi:10.1109/mwc.2005.1497858 fatcat:xv5ym4ezq5eelkunmv25xhrfxm

Multimedia Networks and Communication [chapter]

Shashank Khanvilkar, Faisal Bashir, Dan Schonfeld, Ashfaq Khokhar
2005 The Electrical Engineering Handbook  
: Controlled Load Service Controlled load Service is an enhanced quality of service intended to support RTT applications requiring better performance than that provided by the traditional best-effort service  ...  In networking terminology, such performance guarantees are referred to as Quality of Service (QoS) guarantees, and can be provided only by suitable enhancements to the basic Internet Service model [22  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-012170960-0/50033-5 fatcat:pknkiypzofgddopweqsfgduooi

Cross-Layer Framework for QoS Support in Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks

G. A. Shah, Weifa Liang, O. B. Akan
2012 IEEE transactions on multimedia  
The existing studies focus on providing quality-of-service (QoS) to each individual source but they are not adaptive to create room for maximizing the number of sources.  ...  This is achieved by implementing Wyner-Ziv lossy distributed source coding at the sensor node with variable group of pictures (GOP) size, exploiting multipath routing for real-time delivery and link adaptation  ...  In multimedia applications, delay jitter is compensated by carefully choosing the playout time.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmm.2012.2196510 fatcat:fajnznghejg2pg3b2knncgyhdm

Optimizing user QoE through overlay routing, bandwidth management and dynamic transcoding

Maarten Wijnants, Wim Lamotte, Bart De Vleeschauwer, Filip De Turck, Bart Dhoedt, Piet Demeester, Peter Lambert, Dieter Van de Walle, Jan De Cock, Stijn Notebaert, Rik Van de Walle
2008 2008 International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks  
In particular, multimedia data is often time critical and, as a result, network issues are not well tolerated and significantly deteriorate the user's Quality of Experience (QoE).  ...  In addition, it comprises proxy components that realize last mile optimization through automatic bandwidth management and the application of processing on multimedia flows.  ...  Acknowledgments Part of the presented work is funded through the IBBT ISBO QoE project and the FWO Videostreaming project.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wowmom.2008.4594883 dblp:conf/wowmom/WijnantsLVTDDLWCNW08 fatcat:edymr5qo45fsjipovqu4s7ty5m

A Survey on Multimedia-Based Cross-Layer Optimization in Visual Sensor Networks

Daniel G. Costa, Luiz Affonso Guedes
2011 Sensors  
When the inner characteristics of the multimedia coding techniques are exploited by cross-layer protocols and architectures, higher efficiency may be obtained in visual sensor networks.  ...  Cross-layer optimization may enhance the expected efficiency of VSNs applications, disrupting the conventional information flow of the protocol layers.  ...  How can some multimedia coding techniques be exploited to achieve higher efficiency in terms of energy consumption, end-to-end delay and quality of received data?  ... 
doi:10.3390/s110505439 pmid:22163908 pmcid:PMC3231358 fatcat:wnhw73npkng2rczb4bbb77bwz4

The multimedia multicasting problem

Joseph C. Pasquale, George C. Polyzos, George Xylomenos
1998 Multimedia Systems  
This paper explores the problems associated with the multicasting of continuous media to support multimedia group applications.  ...  The issues we discuss include quality of service, resource reservations, routing, error and traffic control, heterogeneity, and the use of hierarchical coding and open-loop control techniques.  ...  in quality-of-service but not service interruption.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s005300050075 fatcat:qcy2vnfnxnhknoogjwon46vuky
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