Srisakul Thakolsri

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Session mobility is the transfer of media of an ongoing communication session from one device to another. This document describes the basic approaches and shows the signaling and media flow examples for providing this service using the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). Service discovery is essential to locate targets for session transfer Shacham, et al.(More)
This paper describes the H.264 Scalable Video coding streaming Evaluation Framework (SVEF). This is the first open-source framework for experimental assessment of H.264 Scalable Video Coding (SVC) delivery over real networks. Effectively adapting of the transport of an H.264 SVC stream to time-varying, bandwidth constrained, and loss prone networks is an(More)
Service usage in emerging ubiquitous environments includes seamless and personalized usage of public and private devices discovered in the vicinity of a user. In our work, we describe an architecture for device discovery, device configuration, and the transfer of active sessions between devices. The presented architecture uses the Session Initiation(More)
This paper proposes a Quality of Experience (QoE) based cross-layer design (CLD) framework for High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA). The proposed scheme aims at maximizing the user satisfaction by taking advantage of the link adaptation mechanism of HSDPA and the rate adaptation capability of multimedia applications. The main contributions of the paper(More)
We present a location-based, ubiquitous service architecture, based on the session initiation protocol (SIP) and a service discovery protocol that enables users to enhance the multimedia communications services available on their mobile devices by discovering other local devices, and including them in their active sessions, creating a "virtual device." We(More)
We address the problem of video streaming over multiple parallel networks. In the context of multiple users, accessing different types of applications, we are looking for efficient ways of allocating network resources and selecting network paths for each application, in order to maximize the overall systems performance. Our optimization joint problem(More)
Based on mobile IPv6, this paper describes a new mechanism for mobility support in IP-based wireless networks during the transition period of IPv4 to IPv6. The new mechanism uses mapping correlation techniques to set up a tunnel for all packets addressed to a roaming mobile node. This new mechanism supports the roaming of a mobile node from its IPv6 home(More)
This paper proposes a novel approach for Quality of Experience (QoE) driven cross-layer optimization for wireless video transmission. We formulate the cross-layer optimization problem with a constraint on the temporal fluctuation of the video quality. Our objective is to minimize the temporal change of the video quality as perceivable quality fluctuations(More)
This paper proposes a Quality of Experience (QoE) based rate adaptation scheme selection approach for multi-user wireless video delivery. Transcoding and packet dropping are used as examples of rate adaptation schemes, and we investigate their impact on user perceived video quality. In the presence of constrained computation resources, the most suitable(More)