Ala F. Khalifeh

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In this paper, we present an optimal UEP framework for transmitting packetized audio streams over MIMO wireless links. Our proposed framework aims at maximizing the expected end-to-end Segmented SNR of a received audio sequence. It reduces the packetization overhead of small audio frames while protecting audio streams against temporarily correlated bit(More)
—In this paper, we present an optimization framework for transmitting high quality audio sequences over error-prone wireless links. Our framework introduces apparatus and technique to optimally protect a stored audio sequence transmitted over a wireless link while considering the packetization overhead of audio frames. Utilizing rate compatible punctured RS(More)
Implementation of current real time services (of which one of the more important is Voice over IP) on the current Internet face many obstacles, among them the issue of routing. Quality of service (QoS) routing, attempts to provide real time services with the required guarantees to achieve acceptable performance. In this paper we study VoIP routing using the(More)
Delivering high quality audio over the error prone wireless networks has to address many challenges. Some of these challenges include reducing the packetization overhead of small audio frames as well as protecting audio content against both bit errors introduced by wireless channels and packet erasures introduced by network buffering. We propose a(More)
In this paper, we propose an optimization framework for real-time voice transmission overwireless tandem channels prone to both bit errors and packet erasures. Utilizing a hybrid mediadependent and media independent error correction scheme, our proposed framework is capable ofprotecting voice packets against both types of errors. For each group of frames(More)
In this paper, we present a new policy for admitting voice over IP (VoIP) sessions over wireless networks. Our proposed policy receives the admission information advertised by the VoIP gateway on the wired network, and uses it to decide whether a new VoIP session can be admitted or not. The proposed policy can be easily integrated with the current call(More)
Multi-core processors are gaining increasing importance in safety-relevant embedded real-time systems, where temporal guarantees must be ensured despite the sharing of on-chip resources such as processor cores and networks-on-a-chip. At the same time, many applications comprise workloads with different timing models including time-triggered and(More)