Layered coded vs. multiple description coded video over error-prone networks


Layered (LC) and multiple description coding (MDC) have been proposed as source coding techniques that are robust to channel errors for video transmission. LC and MDC have similar characteristics: they both generate multiple sub-bitstreams, and it is permissible to drop some portion of the data from the sub-bitstreams during transmission for both methods… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/S0923-5965(02)00138-8


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