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A Resource Management Scheme for Reliable Multimedia Data Transmission in Ship Area Networks
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 Title & Authors
A Resource Management Scheme for Reliable Multimedia Data Transmission in Ship Area Networks
Kim, Jin-Woo; Lee, Seong Ro;
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 Abstract
In this paper, a resource management scheme for preventing the video frame loss in the presence of network congestion is proposed. WiMedia protocol is suitable for the application that supports the real-time multimedia service in the ship area network since it supports high speed data transfer. However, network congestion causes the degradation of video quality, since WiMedia standard discards video frames regardless of importance of video frame. Therefore, a resource management scheme for WiMedia network is proposed in this paper. The proposed technique can intelligently treat the network congestion, and solve the degradation of video quality.
 Keywords
Resource management scheme;H.264/AVC;WiMedia;UWB;ship area network;
 Language
Korean
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