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This paper offers a practical distributed data compression in wireless sensor networks based on convolutional code and turbo code. An improved Viterbi algorithm for distributed source coding (VA-DSC) is proposed to take the advantage of the known parity bits at the decoder. When the algorithm is applied to recursive systematic convolutional (RSC) and turbo(More)
In this paper, we propose a new rate allocation algorithm for transform domain Wyner-Ziv video coding (WZVC) without feedback. In contrast to conventional video coding, Wyner-Ziv video coding aims to design simple intra-frame encoding and complex inter-frame decoding based on the Slepian-Wolf and Wyner-Ziv distributed source coding theorems. To allocate(More)
In most existing Wyner–Ziv video coding schemes, a feedback channel (FC) is expected at the decoder in order to allocate a proper bit rate for each Wyner–Ziv frame. However, FC not only results in additional latency but also increases decoding complexity due to the several feedback-decoding iterations. Moreover, FC may be unavailable in many practical video(More)
In conventional video coding, the complexity of an encoder is generally much higher than that of a decoder because of operations such as motion estimation consume significant computational resources. Such codec architecture is suitable for downlink transmission model of broadcast. However, in the contemporary applications of mobile wireless video uplink(More)
This paper presents a scheme for video transmission over wireless LANs based on an effective QoS model and channel state estimation (CSE). The proposed QoS model is able to effectively characterize the performance of video transmission over error prone wireless channels. Unlike existing schemes that use complicated metrics based on the actual distortion(More)
This paper presents a new scheme for robust video transmission over packet erasure wireless channels based on Wyner-Ziv coding of motion regions. The multipath fading and shading of the wireless channels usually lead to loss or erroneous video packets which on occasions result in some spontaneous drop in video quality. Existing approaches with forward error(More)