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Transform-domain Wyner-Ziv codec for video
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This work proposes a transformdomain Wyner-Ziv coding scheme for motion video that uses intraframe encoding, but interframe decoding, and shows significant gains above DCT-based intraframe coding and improvements over the pixel-domain Wynev video coder. Expand
Towards practical Wyner-Ziv coding of video
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This work reports results on a Wyner-Ziv coding scheme for motion video that uses intraframe encoding, but interframe decoding, and uses previously reconstructed frames to generate side information for interframe decode of the Wyner -Ziv frames. Expand
Cross-layer design of ad hoc networks for real-time video streaming
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This work explores the potential synergies of exchanging information between different layers to support real-time video streaming and discusses key parameters used in the cross-layer information exchange along with the associated cross- layer adaptation. Expand
Congestion-optimized multi-path streaming of video over ad hoc wireless networks
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This work develops a model which captures the impact of quantization and packet loss on the overall video quality and proposes to limit the number of routes to overcome the limitations of multi-path congestion-based partitioning schemes. Expand
Congestion-distortion optimized video transmission over ad hoc networks
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A model is developed which captures both the impact of encoder quantization and of packet loss due to network congestion on the overall video quality and is confirmed by network simulations performed with different routing algorithms, latency requirements and encoding structures. Expand
Rate-distortion optimized video peer-to-peer multicast streaming
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A rate-distortion model which predicts end-to-end video quality in throughput limited environments is presented and used to determine the over-provisioning necessary to avoid self-inflicted congestion. Expand
Peer-to-Peer Live Multicast: A Video Perspective
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The results show that significant gains can be obtained when systems are designed to adapt to the encoding structure of the video streams they are transmitting, and reveal the importance of avoiding congestion at every peer participating in the multicast to obtain a low-latency system. Expand
Peer-to-Peer Video Streaming
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This work streams video over Throughput-Limited Paths over a Peer-to-Peer Control Protocol and concludes that the protocol is suitable for high-speed video streaming. Expand
Minimizing distortion for multi-path video streaming over ad hoc networks
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A video distortion model is presented analyzing the performance of multi-path routing for low latency video streaming, in congestion-limited ad hoc networks, which captures the impact of quantization and of packet loss on the overall video quality. Expand
MINIMIZING DISTORTION FOR MULTIPATH VIDEO STREAMING OVER AD HOC NETWORKS
We present a video distortion model analyzing the performance of multipath routing for low latency video streaming, in bandwidth-limited ad hoc networks. In such environments, a single nodeExpand
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