QoE-based network-centric resource allocation for on-demand uplink adaptive HTTP streaming over LTE network

Farhan Pervez, Muhammad Salman Raheel
2014 2014 IEEE 8th International Conference on Application of Information and Communication Technologies (AICT)  
With the advent of community portals and video sharing websites, production and consumption of multimedia content has increased tremendously. It is because of excellent video recording capabilities of cameras available with mobile devices, and enhanced data rates offered by cellular networks, that the uploading of high quality multimedia content is more realistic. Nowadays most of the video traffic is HTTPbased, that provides rate adaptive streaming, known as Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over
more » ... Streaming over HTTP (DASH). In this work we generate DASH video streams that can be supported on LTE uplink and then assign resources to the video producers such that the QoE of on-demand viewers is maximized. Abstract-With the advent of community portals and video sharing websites, production and consumption of multimedia content has increased tremendously. It is because of excellent video recording capabilities of cameras available with mobile devices, and enhanced data rates offered by cellular networks, that the uploading of high quality multimedia content is more realistic. Nowadays most of the video traffic is HTTP-based, that provides rate adaptive streaming, known as Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (DASH). In this work we generate DASH video streams that can be supported on LTE uplink and then assign resources to the video producers such that the QoE of on-demand viewers is maximized. Keywords-DASH (Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP), QoE (Quality of Experience), resource management, Uplink I.
doi:10.1109/icaict.2014.7035971 fatcat:fegtw3j5ivapdmncdwgs3ljwze