Effective Video Multicast over Wireless Internet: Rate Allocation and End-System Based Adaptation

@article{Yin2005EffectiveVM,
  title={Effective Video Multicast over Wireless Internet: Rate Allocation and End-System Based Adaptation},
  author={Hao Yin and Chuang Lin and Jin-Jun Zhuang and Bo Li and Qiang Ni},
  journal={IEICE Trans. Commun.},
  year={2005},
  volume={88-B},
  pages={1395-1402}
}
With the rapid growth of wireless networks and great success of Internet video, wireless video services are expected to be widely deployed in the near future. As different types of wireless networks are converging into all IP networks, i.e., the Internet, it is important to study video delivery over the wireless Internet. This paper proposes a novel end-system based adaptation protocol called Wireless Hybrid Adaptation Layered Multicast (WHALM) protocol for layered video multicast over wireless… 

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