Low-delay center-bridged and distributed combining schemes for multipoint videoconferencing

@inproceedings{Chen1994LowdelayCA,
  title={Low-delay center-bridged and distributed combining schemes for multipoint videoconferencing},
  author={Ting-Chung Chen and Wen-deh Wang},
  booktitle={Other Conferences},
  year={1994}
}
Multipoint videoconferencing is a natural evolution of two-point videoconferencing and can increase its value to users. Currently, ITU-T's SG8 and SG15 are working on multipoint control related issues; ANSI's T1A1.5 is also working in this area. The video coding and related communication standards of the upcoming MPEG4 and H.26P will all include multipoint communication capability. This paper investigates transport structures and the associated combining schemes that can be used to support… CONTINUE READING

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  • Using the face that bandwidth usage is an important factor in estimating network complexity, it is shown that a distributed transport structure saves 40 to 62.5% bandwidth for a 4-point conferencing and also renders the shortest delay when compared with other center- bridged structures.

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