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2009
Springer

Multiple Description Scalable Coding for Video Transmission over Unreliable Networks

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Multiple Description Scalable Coding for Video Transmission over Unreliable Networks
Developing real time multimedia applications for best effort networks such as the Internet requires prohibitions against jitter delay and frame loss. This problem is further complicated in wireless networks as the rate of frame corruption or loss is higher in wireless networks while they generally have lower data rates compared to wired networks. On the other hand, variations of the bandwidth and the receiving device characteristics require data rate adaptation capability of the coding method. Multiple Description Coding (MDC) methods are used to solve the jitter delay and frame loss problems by making the transmitted data more error resilient, however, this results in reduced data rate because of the added overhead. MDC methods do not address the bandwidth variation and receiver characteristics differences. In this paper a new method based on integrating MDC and the scalable video coding extension of H.264 standard is proposed. Our method can handle both jitter delay and frame loss,...
Roya Choupani, Stephan Wong, Mehmet R. Tolun
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where SAMOS
Authors Roya Choupani, Stephan Wong, Mehmet R. Tolun
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