To allow real-time streaming of loss tolerant flows such as multimedia streams in inter-vehicle communication network, we propose a cross-layer technique based on proactive error correction and interleaving algorithms. The proposed technique optimizes the FEC/interleaving channel coding parameters based on network layer information under real-time constraints. It is implemented at packet level to allow a straightforward adaption in the existing wireless devices. By resorting to standard compliant, real-time RTCP reports, we also develop and optimize an adaptive technique that is able to match fast channel variations and reduce both the overhead required by the proactive error recovery scheme and the additional delay introduced by the interleaver. Simulations based on Gilbert-Elliott wireless channel model show that the proposed adaptive technique without optimizations is able to gain over 0.9 dB in terms of video PSNR with respect to the standard transmission, while in its optimized version, the gain is over 1.5 dB PSNR, with a total overhead of about 12%. © Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2012.

Adaptive error resilient mechanisms for real-time multimedia streaming over inter-vehicle communication networks / Petracca, M.; Bucciol, P.; Servetti, A.; De Martin, J. C.. - (2012), pp. 295-308. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 4th Biennial Workshop on Digital Signal Processing for In-Vehicle Systems and Safety, DSP 2009 tenutosi a Dallas, TX, usa nel 2009 [10.1007/978-1-4419-9607-7_21].

Adaptive error resilient mechanisms for real-time multimedia streaming over inter-vehicle communication networks

Petracca M.;Bucciol P.;Servetti A.;De Martin J. C.
2012

Abstract

To allow real-time streaming of loss tolerant flows such as multimedia streams in inter-vehicle communication network, we propose a cross-layer technique based on proactive error correction and interleaving algorithms. The proposed technique optimizes the FEC/interleaving channel coding parameters based on network layer information under real-time constraints. It is implemented at packet level to allow a straightforward adaption in the existing wireless devices. By resorting to standard compliant, real-time RTCP reports, we also develop and optimize an adaptive technique that is able to match fast channel variations and reduce both the overhead required by the proactive error recovery scheme and the additional delay introduced by the interleaver. Simulations based on Gilbert-Elliott wireless channel model show that the proposed adaptive technique without optimizations is able to gain over 0.9 dB in terms of video PSNR with respect to the standard transmission, while in its optimized version, the gain is over 1.5 dB PSNR, with a total overhead of about 12%. © Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2012.
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