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Cross-layered Video Information Sharing Method and Selective Retransmission Technique for The Efficient Video Streaming Services
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Cross-layered Video Information Sharing Method and Selective Retransmission Technique for The Efficient Video Streaming Services
Chung, Taewook; Chung, Chulho; Kim, Jaeseok;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we proposed cross-layered approach of video codec and communication system for the efficient video streaming service. Conventional video streaming is served by divided system which consist of video codec layer and communication layer. Its disintegration causes the limitation of the performance of video streaming service. With the cross-layered design, each layer could share the information and the service is able to enhance the performance. And we proposed the selective retransmission method in communication system based on the cross-layered system that reflect the information of encoded video data. Selective retransmission method which consider the characteristics of video data improves the performance of video streaming services. We verified the proposed method with raw format full HD test sequence with H.264/AVC codec and MATLAB simulation. The simulation results show that the proposed method improves about 10% PSNR performance.
 Keywords
Video Streaming Service;Cross Layer;ARQ;Retransmission;
 Language
Korean
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