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Neural Network-based Video Quality via Adaptive FEC in Wireless Environment

@article{AlSuhail2013NeuralNV,
  title={Neural Network-based Video Quality via Adaptive FEC in Wireless Environment},
  author={Ghaida A. Al-Suhail and Sarah A. Subber},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Applications},
  year={2013},
  volume={65},
  pages={11-15}
}
Neural Network (ANN) has proven capability in wireless communications. Therefore it has been used for a variety of purposes and in different ways. This proposal strives to address QoS of video streaming for the cellular clients in Universal Mobile Telecommunication System (UMTS) through adaptive FEC based on ANN. The model aims to present the idea of configure and recover the corrupted packets in the video flow with a suitable Forward Error Correction (FEC) code addressed by the ANN. The… 

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