Dealing With User Heterogeneity in P2P Multi-Party Video Conferencing: Layered Distribution Versus Partitioned Simulcast

@article{Kurdoglu2016DealingWU,
  title={Dealing With User Heterogeneity in P2P Multi-Party Video Conferencing: Layered Distribution Versus Partitioned Simulcast},
  author={Eymen Kurdoglu and Yong Liu and Yao Wang},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Multimedia},
  year={2016},
  volume={18},
  pages={90-101}
}
We consider peer-to-peer multi-party video conferencing (P2P-MPVC), where users with different uplink -downlink capacities send their videos using multicast trees. One way to deal with user bandwidth heterogeneity is employing layered video coding, generating multiple layers with different rates, whereas an alternative is partitioning the receivers of each source and disseminating a different non-layered video version within each group. In this paper, we aim to maximize the received video… CONTINUE READING

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