Minimum delay content adaptive video streaming over variable bitrate channels with a novel stream switching solution. Ozcelebi, T, Civanlar, M., & Tekalp, A. In 2005 International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), Vols 1-5, of IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), pages 1025-1028, 2005. IEEE. IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP 2005), Genoa, ITALY, SEP 11-14, 2005
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We present a new channel adaptive stream switching solution for variable bitrate video transmission, where the receiver buffer status is used for making switching decisions and instantaneous transmission rate is determined by means of explicit channel feedback or TCP friendly rate control Receiver buffer status is used in selecting from a set of pre-encoded bilstreams avoiding buffer underflows and overflows. A pre-roll delay to buffer data at the receiving side is necessary in order to compensate for variations in lite channel throughput and the encoding bitrate. For each stream, content dependent video coding parameters are chosen by means of dynamic programming such that the maximum overall video quality and minimum pre-roll delay are achieved for a finite number of transmission rates. Experimental results show that buffer violations are successfully avoided using the proposed stream switching framework as opposed to a regular non-adaptive Streaming case.
@inproceedings{ ISI:000235773301063,
Author = {Ozcelebi, T and Civanlar, MR and Tekalp, AM},
Book-Group-Author = {{IEEE}},
Title = {{Minimum delay content adaptive video streaming over variable bitrate
   channels with a novel stream switching solution}},
Booktitle = {{2005 International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), Vols 1-5}},
Series = {{IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP)}},
Year = {{2005}},
Pages = {{1025-1028}},
Note = {{IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP 2005), Genoa,
   ITALY, SEP 11-14, 2005}},
Organization = {{IEEE}},
Abstract = {{We present a new channel adaptive stream switching solution for variable
   bitrate video transmission, where the receiver buffer status is used for
   making switching decisions and instantaneous transmission rate is
   determined by means of explicit channel feedback or TCP friendly rate
   control Receiver buffer status is used in selecting from a set of
   pre-encoded bilstreams avoiding buffer underflows and overflows. A
   pre-roll delay to buffer data at the receiving side is necessary in
   order to compensate for variations in lite channel throughput and the
   encoding bitrate. For each stream, content dependent video coding
   parameters are chosen by means of dynamic programming such that the
   maximum overall video quality and minimum pre-roll delay are achieved
   for a finite number of transmission rates. Experimental results show
   that buffer violations are successfully avoided using the proposed
   stream switching framework as opposed to a regular non-adaptive
   Streaming case.}},
ISSN = {{1522-4880}},
ISBN = {{0-7803-9134-9}},
ResearcherID-Numbers = {{Civanlar, Mehmet/E-4656-2010}},
Unique-ID = {{ISI:000235773301063}},
}
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