Cross-layer design for real-time video streaming over 1xEV-DO using multiple objective optimization. Ozcelebi, T, Sunay, M., Tekalp, A., & Civanlar, M. In GLOBECOM `05: IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference, Vols 1-6: DISCOVERY PAST AND FUTURE, of IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference (Globecom), pages 2757-2761, 2005. IEEE. IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference (GLOBECOM 05), St Louis, MO, NOV 28-DEC 02, 2005
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In wireless packet transmission systems, it is crucial to provide fairness in service while maximizing user utility and channel throughput. This is possible via intelligent allocation of system resources. For real time video applications, a pre-roll time for pre-fetching data at the client buffer is needed in order to compensate for channel variations that cause client buffer under/overflows, hence facilitating continuous playout of the video. In this paper, a novel multiple objective optimized (MOO) opportunistic multiple access scheme for optimal scheduling of users in a 1xEV-DO (IS-856) system is presented. At each time slot, the user that experiences the best compromise between the least buffer occupancy and the best channel condition is served. Experiments conducted in ITU Pedestrian A and Vehicular B environments show that our algorithm treats each user fairly while its channel throughput performance is very close to the ideal case, in which the user with the best channel characteristics is always served with no buffer constraints.
@inproceedings{ ISI:000234989604061,
Author = {Ozcelebi, T and Sunay, MO and Tekalp, AM and Civanlar, MR},
Book-Group-Author = {{IEEE}},
Title = {{Cross-layer design for real-time video streaming over 1xEV-DO using
   multiple objective optimization}},
Booktitle = {{GLOBECOM `05: IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference, Vols 1-6:
   DISCOVERY PAST AND FUTURE}},
Series = {{IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference (Globecom)}},
Year = {{2005}},
Pages = {{2757-2761}},
Note = {{IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference (GLOBECOM 05), St Louis, MO,
   NOV 28-DEC 02, 2005}},
Organization = {{IEEE}},
Abstract = {{In wireless packet transmission systems, it is crucial to provide
   fairness in service while maximizing user utility and channel
   throughput. This is possible via intelligent allocation of system
   resources. For real time video applications, a pre-roll time for
   pre-fetching data at the client buffer is needed in order to compensate
   for channel variations that cause client buffer under/overflows, hence
   facilitating continuous playout of the video. In this paper, a novel
   multiple objective optimized (MOO) opportunistic multiple access scheme
   for optimal scheduling of users in a 1xEV-DO (IS-856) system is
   presented. At each time slot, the user that experiences the best
   compromise between the least buffer occupancy and the best channel
   condition is served. Experiments conducted in ITU Pedestrian A and
   Vehicular B environments show that our algorithm treats each user fairly
   while its channel throughput performance is very close to the ideal
   case, in which the user with the best channel characteristics is always
   served with no buffer constraints.}},
ISBN = {{0-7803-9414-3}},
ResearcherID-Numbers = {{Civanlar, Mehmet/E-4656-2010}},
Unique-ID = {{ISI:000234989604061}},
}
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