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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. Data partitioning is an error resiliency technique that allows unequal error protection for transmission over 'lossy' channels. Including a per-picture, cyclic intra-refresh macroblock line guards against temporal error propagation. The paper shows that, by this scheme, when congestion occurs, itdoi:10.4018/jhcr.2012010104 fatcat:xyusldiyqbazxoeghpcsl3phl4