Quality of Service for Internet Multimedia

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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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Contents

viii
25
GENERAL QOS MAPPING FRAMEWORK
41
PACKETFORWARDING MECHANISM
73
DYNAMIC QOS MAPPING CONTROL
95
SOURCE PRIORITY PACKETIZATION
117
VIDEO STREAMING USING
135
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JITAE SHIN is Assistant Professor at the School of Information and Communication Engineering, Sungkyungkwan University, Korea. His research interests include QoS issues and multimedia transmission in wired/wireless networks.

DANIEL C. LEE is Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California. His research interests include Quality of Service provision and performance analysis for a wide range of networks (wireless, optical, packet-switching, etc.) and applications.

C.-C. JAY KUO, Professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering and the Signal and Image Processing Institute at USC, leads a research group devoted to multimedia compression, communication, and management. He edits the Journal of Visual Communication and Image Representation and has co-authored three books, including Intelligent Systems for Video Analysis and Access over the Internet (Prentice Hall).

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