Receiver driven layered multicast with layer-aware forward error correction

@article{Hellge2008ReceiverDL,
  title={Receiver driven layered multicast with layer-aware forward error correction},
  author={Cornelius Hellge and Thomas Schierl and Thomas Wiegand},
  journal={2008 15th IEEE International Conference on Image Processing},
  year={2008},
  pages={2304-2307}
}
A wide range of different capabilities and connection qualities typically characterizes receivers of mobile television services. Receiver driven layered multicast (RDLM) offers an efficient way for providing different capabilities over such a broadcast channel. Scalable video coding (SVC) allows for the transmission of multiple video qualities within one media stream. Using SVC generates a video bit stream with various inter layer dependencies due to references between the layers. This work… Expand
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