Evaluation of Video Quality of Service in Wireless Networks

Speaker:  Dharm Singh Jat – Windhoek, AR, Namibia
Topic(s):  Computational Theory, Algorithms and Mathematics

Abstract

Computer simulation is the research tool of choice for a majority of the wired and wireless network research community and these days most of research works on the network adopt computer simulation to verify novel ideas. The presentation introduces a framework and a tool-set for evaluating the quality of video transmitted over a simulated wireless networks.  Besides measuring the quality of service (QoS) parameters of the underlying network, such as loss rates, delays and jitter, frameworks also supports a video quality evaluation of the received video. On wired as well as wireless networks, the Medium Access Control (MAC) plays the important role in the performance of video transmission. MAC handles allocating the resources to the different type of applications or wireless stations. Many types of research conducted for video quality measurement on network and application layer. The framework can be used for research and evaluating new techniques for MAC-layer optimizations. This talk will present an overview of the framework and a tool-set for evaluating the quality of video transmitted over a simulated wireless networks. Finally, the future research directions will be discussed.

About this Lecture

Number of Slides:  41
Duration:  45 minutes
Languages Available:  English
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