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Design and analysis of optimal adaptive de-jitter buffers

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Design and analysis of optimal adaptive de-jitter buffers
In order to transfer voice or some other application requiring real-time delivery over a packet network, we need a de-jitter buffer to eliminate delay jitters. An important design parameter is the depth of the de-jitter buffer since it influences two important parameters controlling voice quality, namely voice-path delay and packet loss probability. In this paper, we propose and study several schemes for optimally adjusting the depth of the de-jitter buffer. In addition to de-jitter-buffer depth adjustments within a call, the initial value and rates of changes of the de-jitter buffer depth are allowed to depend on the class of the call and are adaptively adjusted (upwards or downwards) for every new call based on voice-path delay and packet loss probability measurements over one or more previous calls. Parameter adjustments are geared towards either (a) minimizing voice-path delay while maintaining a packet loss probability objective, or (b) maximizing R-factor, an objective measure o...
Gagan L. Choudhury, Robert G. Cole
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Type Journal
Year 2004
Where COMCOM
Authors Gagan L. Choudhury, Robert G. Cole
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