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Uniform versus priority dropping for layered video

Sandeep Bajaj, Lee Breslau, Scott Shenker
1998 Computer communication review  
In this paper, we analyze the relative merits of uniform versus priority dropping for the transmission of layered video.  ...  We compare both their performance charact,eristics and incentive properties, and find that the performance benefit of priority dropping is smaller than we expected, while uniform dropping has worse incentive  ...  To address the relative performance of uniform versus priority dropping, we first c,onsider a single flow.  ... 
doi:10.1145/285243.285275 fatcat:zid5mbb7evbyhlbixq6ibzq4ha

Rate Adaptive Selective Segment Assignment for Reliable Wireless Video Transmission

Sajid Nazir, Dejan Vukobratović, Vladimir Stanković, Ivan Andonović
2012 International Journal of Digital Multimedia Broadcasting  
A reliable video communication system is proposed based on data partitioning feature of H.264/AVC, used to create a layered stream, and LT codes for erasure protection.  ...  The comparison of the results of the proposed scheme is also provided for slice-partitioned H.264/AVC data.  ...  Figure 8 :Figure 9 : 89 PSNR versus PLR at overall data rate of 1.1 Mbps for "Paris" sequence-uniform loss. PSNR versus Data rate at PLR of 10% for the "Paris" sequence-uniform loss.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2012/160521 fatcat:w4odcnfrbnapjksffwjihafwj4

Congestion Resiliency for Data-Partitioned H.264/AVC Video Streaming Over IEEE 802.11e Wireless Networks

Ismail Ali, Sandro Moiron, Martin Fleury, Mohammed Ghanbari
2012 International Journal of Handheld Computing Research (IJHCR)  
This counter-intuitive scheme for access control purposes reverses the priority usually given to partition-B data packets over that of partition-C.  ...  This paper considers the impact of data partitioning form on wireless network access control and proposes a selective dropping scheme based on dropping the partition carrying intra-coded macroblocks.  ...  Figure 11 shows the video quality versus percentage video data drop.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jhcr.2012010104 fatcat:xyusldiyqbazxoeghpcsl3phl4

A prioritization scheme for H.264/AVC video congestion resilience with IEEE 802.11e

Sandro Moiron, Ismail Ali, Martin Fleury, Mohammed Ghanbari
2010 2010 Wireless Advanced 2010  
The potential gains are demonstrated both for random packet drops at input buffers and for a wireless sensor network scenario.  ...  The proposed scheme is shown to improve the resulting video quality by up to 4 dB during periods of congestion.  ...  Fig. 10 and 11 show the video quality versus mean percentage video data drop.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wiad.2010.5544868 fatcat:ptgjrydwefh5zaqxn5rrvyz4ii

Congestion Resiliency of Data Partitioned H.264/AVC Video over Wireless Networks [chapter]

Ismail Ali, Sandro Moiron, Martin Fleury, Mohammed Ghanbari
2012 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
This counterintuitive scheme for access control purposes reverses the priority usually given to partition B data packets over partition C data packets.  ...  This paper considers the impact of this form of error resilience on access control and proposes a selective dropping scheme based on dropping the partition bearing intra-coded MBs.  ...  Figure 11 shows the video quality versus mean percentage video data drop.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-35155-6_1 fatcat:mtmmvrfkavfhhefazj2h65cyii

Prioritized packetization for video with intra-refresh macroblock line

Ismail Ali, Sandro Moiron, Mohammed Ghanbari, Martin Fleury
2011 2011 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo  
To exploit this characteristic, a packet prioritization scheme is proposed in which priorities are assigned on a packet-level basis. Thus, higher priority packets can be given better protection.  ...  When transmitting video over low bandwidth networks a cyclic intra-refresh (IR) line is preferable to periodic intra frames as an error mitigation technique.  ...  PSNR versus percentage video data drop for Foreman. of 11 Mbps.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icme.2011.6011978 dblp:conf/icmcs/AliMGF11 fatcat:uf6r2r3dhjelbojyntc6ckshce

Cross-layer content/channel aware multi-user scheduling for downlink wireless video streaming

Peter E. Omiyi, Maria G. Martini
2010 IEEE 5th International Symposium on Wireless Pervasive Computing 2010  
A new cross-layer content/channel-aware downlink scheduling algorithm for wireless video streaming is presented.  ...  The results show that there is an inherent conflict between content-awareness for enhanced video quality and channelawareness for high channel capacity.  ...  This information is used to drop video packets in the event of congestion over the wireless interface, beginning with the least important video packet.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iswpc.2010.5483725 fatcat:uxyagfi6nzhq5jl2v4uavoe4sm

Video packet priority assignment based on spatio-temporal perceptual importance

Sadu Sadhana Reddy, Manasa K, Sumohana S. Channappayya
2015 2015 Twenty First National Conference on Communications (NCC)  
If the packets of different layers of the scalable encoded video are assigned priority using our algorithm then instead of dropping entire enhancement layer only low priority enhancement layer packets  ...  At each loss rate, the packet drop experiment is performed 10 times for each of the 7 test videos and for each dropping policy.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ncc.2015.7084822 dblp:conf/ncc/ReddyMC15 fatcat:cq7syxgypbbtpclm6mbuegugaa

Providing Adaptive QoS to Layered Video Over Wireless Local Area Networks Through Real-Time Retry Limit Adaptation

Q. Li, M. vanderSchaar
2004 IEEE transactions on multimedia  
In this paper, we propose a novel error protection method that can provide adaptive quality-of-service (QoS) to layered coded video by utilizing priority queueing at the network layer and retry-limit adaptation  ...  The video layers are unequally protected over the wireless link by the MAC with different retry limits.  ...  priority queueing, selective dropping, and unequal protection through real-time MAC-layer retry-limit adaptation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmm.2003.822792 fatcat:grscvwwmi5edvgwd36zubqeffy

PRNN/ERLS-based predictive QoS-promoted DBA scheme for upstream transmission in EPON

Jan-Wen Peng, Chung-Ju Chang, Po-Lung Tien
2010 Photonic network communications  
The proposed PQ-DBA scheme originally divides incoming packets of voice, video, data service traffic into six priorities, where packets having less room before QoS requirements violation or being in starvation  ...  situation will be dynamically promoted to high priority cycle-by-cycle.  ...  An intra-ONU priority scheduling scheme [5] and a two layer bandwidth allocation (TLBA) scheme [6] were proposed to resolve the unfairness for the low priority packets by designing a maximum cycle  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11107-010-0241-7 fatcat:cb46mn7v6rbg7ept2tiurey2rq

Allocation of layer bandwidths and FECs for video multicast over wired and wireless networks

T.-W.A. Lee, S.-H.G. Chan, Qian Zhang, Wen-Wu Zhu, Ya-Qin Zhang
2002 IEEE transactions on circuits and systems for video technology (Print)  
We present an analysis of the system, propose an efficient algorithm on FEC allocation for the base layer, and formulate a dynamic program with a fast and accurate approximation for the joint bandwidth  ...  Layered multicast is an efficient technique to deliver video to heterogeneous receivers over wired and wireless networks.  ...  ., for Gaussian distribution, may be the mean and/or variance, while for uniform distribution, may be the mean). Therefore, obtained is a function of .  ... 
doi:10.1109/tcsvt.2002.806816 fatcat:b23m7aypljakdmaibu45c3klsa

Dynamic frame aggregation scheduler for multimedia applications in IEEE 802.11n networks

Emna Charfi, Cédric Gueguen, Lamia Chaari, Bernad Cousin, Lotfi Kamoun
2015 Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies  
Yet, this scheme cannot provide QoS satisfaction for delay sensitive application even if it supports higher throughputs.  ...  Conducted simulations illustrate the performance of our proposed DFA scheduler in term of satisfying QoS, throughput, loss and delay requirements of voice and video traffics.  ...  Moreover, we note that, for video and streaming, the number of dropped packets is as important as PQ scheduler.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ett.2942 fatcat:kou7tp276bcardqlgan6q7pmzu

An Intelligent Fuzzy Logic-Based Content and Channel Aware Downlink Scheduler for Scalable Video over OFDMA Wireless Systems

Peter E. Omiyi, Moustafa M. Nasralla, Ikram Ur Rehman, Nabeel Khan, Maria G. Martini
2020 Electronics  
In this paper, we consider the problem of downlink scheduling for multi-user scalable video streaming over OFDMA channels. The video streams are precoded using a scalable video coding (SVC) scheme.  ...  The proposed algorithm allows for a fairer allocation of resources among users across the entire sector coverage, allowing for the enhancement of video quality at edges of the cell while minimising the  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to acknowledge Kingston University, Prince Sultan University, and West London University for their valuable support.  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics9071071 fatcat:sxantfckrrhunj5bqw5cs745qq

Secure Routing Protocol for Integrated UMTS and WLAN Ad Hoc Networks

Shashank Tripathi, A. K. Jain
2016 Bulletin of Electrical Engineering and Informatics  
This paper compares performance of newly developed secure routing protocol with other security schemes for CBR video streaming service under WHA.  ...  We introduce a new secure, robust routing protocol specifically designed for next generation technologies and evaluated its performance.  ...  Number of frames dropped by WH versus number of network nodes 5.5.2.  ... 
doi:10.11591/eei.v5i4.563 fatcat:hxms4zsxbra77ckkwiihzyllc4

Quality-of-service mapping mechanism for packet video in differentiated services network

Jitae Shin, Jong Won Kim, C.-C.J. Kuo
2001 IEEE transactions on multimedia  
Video categorization is based on the relative priority index (RPI), which represents the relative preference per each packet in terms of loss and delay.  ...  This research presents a futuristic framework for quality-of-service (QoS) mapping between practically categorized packet video and relative differentiated service (DiffServ or DS) network employing unified  ...  Commonly, UEP enables a prioritized protection for source layers (e.g., layered streams of video).  ... 
doi:10.1109/6046.923821 fatcat:tgnbbw3vavgo5he2s4cxbi26bq
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