Resource allocation for audio and video streaming over the Internet

@inproceedings{Zhang2000ResourceAF,
  title={Resource allocation for audio and video streaming over the Internet},
  author={Qian Zhang and Ya-Qin Zhang and Wenwu Zhu},
  booktitle={ISCAS},
  year={2000}
}
Streaming of compressed audio and video (AV) over the Internet is a very challenging task since the current Internet only provides best-effort services and lacks Quality of Service (QoS) guarantee. This paper addresses resource allocation of multiple compressed AV streams delivered over the Internet to achieve end-to-end optimal quality. A multimedia streaming TCP-friendly transport protocol (MSTFP) is proposed to adaptively estimate the network bandwidth and smooth the sending rate. The… CONTINUE READING
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