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Selection of Scalable Video Coding Layer Considering the Required Peak Signal to Noise Ratio and Amount of Received Video Data in Wireless Networks
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Selection of Scalable Video Coding Layer Considering the Required Peak Signal to Noise Ratio and Amount of Received Video Data in Wireless Networks
Lee, Hyun-No; Kim, Dong-Hoi;
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SVC(Scalable Video Coding), which is one form among video encoding technologies, makes video streaming with the various frame rate, resolution, and video quality by combining three different scalability dimensions: temporal, spatial, and video quality scalability. As the above SVC-encoded video streaming consists of one base layer and several enhancement layers, and a wireless AP(Access Point) chooses and sends a suitable layer according to the received power from the receiving terminals in the changeable wireless network environment, the receiving terminals supporting SVC are able to receive video streaming with the appropriate resolution and quality according to their received powers. In this paper, after the performance analysis for the received power, packet loss rate, PSNR(Required Peak Signal to Noise Ratio), video quality level and amount of received video data based on the number of SVC layers was performed, an efficient method for selecting the number of SVC layer satisfying the RSNR and minimizing the amount of received video data is proposed.
Wireless network;Scalable Video Coding;Base layer;Enhancement layer;PSNR;
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