Quality of Service for Internet Multimedia
Prentice Hall Professional, 2004 - Computers - 205 pages
The focus of the book is on the integration of contributions from end-systems, which include content-aware classification, rate adaptation, forward error correction (FEC), unequal error protection (UEP), etc. and contributions from DiffServ networks to enhance the QoS performance of multimedia delivery. This book provides an overview of QoS provision methods. It presents recent results on DiffServ main functional components such as traffic conditioning, Queue management, and scheduling. The approach take in this book considers both applications and QoS networks. To be more specific, it performs optimal QoS mapping between prioritized traffic source categories and DiffServ network levels.
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GENERAL QOS MAPPING FRAMEWORK
DYNAMIC QOS MAPPING CONTROL
SOURCE PRIORITY PACKETIZATION
VIDEO STREAMING USING
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admission control aggregate algorithm architecture assigned average avg-len bandwidth best-effort class queue CM applications data splitting decoder delay differentiated services DiffServ domain DiffServ network drop DS domain DS levels encoding end-system end-to-end video quality error-resilient fair queueing flows frame guaranteed IEEE IETF INFOCOM interconnected trTCM Internet IntServ join experiment kbps layered video MPEG-4 FGS MPLS multicast multimedia network DS levels network service node optimal packet loss rate packet-forwarding mechanism parameters per-flow performance priority marking priority queue Proc proposed protocol PSNR QoS mapping control QoS-controlled networks queue length queue management random early detection rate adaptation resource reservation protocol routers RSVP scalable scheduling scheme Section shown in Figure simulation total cost constraint traffic video coding video flow video layers video packets video quality video streaming