Soft ARQ for Layered Streaming Media

@article{Podolsky2001SoftAF,
  title={Soft ARQ for Layered Streaming Media},
  author={Matthew Podolsky and Steven McCanne and Martin Vetterli},
  journal={Journal of VLSI signal processing systems for signal, image and video technology},
  year={2001},
  volume={27},
  pages={81-97}
}
A growing and important class of traffic in the Internet is so-called “streaming media,” in which a server transmits a packetized multimedia signal to a receiver that buffers the packets for playback. This playback buffer, if adequately sized, counteracts the adverse impact of delay jitter and reordering suffered by packets as they traverse the network, and if large enough also allows lost packets to be retransmitted before their playback deadline expires. We call this framework for… CONTINUE READING

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