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The objective of joint source channel coding (JSCC) is to optimally allocate the available channel bandwidth between source coding and channel coding in order to minimize the average distortion in the presence of packet losses. Unlike previous research, which focuses on determining distortion-optimized methods for JSCC using either assumptions about the rate-distortion (R-D) curve properties of source data (e.g., convexity) or experimental R-D data, we explicitly employ the analyticaldoi:10.1109/lsp.2006.871717 fatcat:nlz3xk7lkbgsbfgj4pniun6rfu