Cross-layer scheduling for multi-quality video streaming in cellular wireless networks

@article{Drxler2013CrosslayerSF,
  title={Cross-layer scheduling for multi-quality video streaming in cellular wireless networks},
  author={Martin Dr{\"a}xler and Holger Karl},
  journal={2013 9th International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference (IWCMC)},
  year={2013},
  pages={1181-1186}
}
Today's video delivery solutions for mobile terminals often use the HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) protocol, which has two interesting features: firstly, the video is divided into playable segments of a certain length, which allows to download and buffer segments before they are required for playback. And secondly, those segments can be available in different quality levels, which can be selected according to the available transmission capacity. Combining these features with scheduling and channel… CONTINUE READING
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