Multiple Description Coding for Path Diversity Video Streaming (2013)
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In the current heterogeneous communication environments, the great variety of multimedia systems and applications combined with fast evolution of networking architectures and topologies, give rise to new research problems related to the various elements of the communication chain. This includes, the ever present problem in video communications, which results from the need for coping with transmission errors and losses. In this context, video streaming with path diversity appeared as a novel communication framework, involving diﬀerent technological ﬁelds and posing several research challenges. The research work carried out in this thesis is a contribution to robust video coding and adaptation techniques in the ﬁeld of Multiple Description Coding (MDC) for multipath video streaming. The thesis starts ... toggle 6 keywordsmultiple description coding – video streaming adaptation – drift control – networks with path diversity – unbalanced multiple description video coding – rate control.
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