On loss-aware packet scheduling for video transport over a multi-hop IP network

TitleOn loss-aware packet scheduling for video transport over a multi-hop IP network
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2002
AuthorsBai, Y., and M. R. Ito
Secondary AuthorsTitsworth, F. M.
Journal23rd International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems Workshops
Pagination588–593
Abstract

Video streaming over IP networks requires end-to-end loss guarantees. In order to achieve the required end-to-end loss performance, new algorithms for the distribution of end-to-end loss requirements into local loss constraints, as wells as provision of local loss assurance, are proposed. Much of recent research pays little attention to the problem of distributing end-to-end loss requirements to local routing nodes. This paper proposes five schemes for the allocation of nodal loss across a multi-hop IP network. In addition, it uses loss-aware packet scheduling to provide nodal loss assurance, rather than using buffer management as in present node-based loss guarantee techniques. Simulation experiment results demonstrate that integrating the proposed loss allocation methods with the loss-aware packet scheduling scheme not only provides end-to-end loss guarantee for each video, but also provide different classes of videos with different levels of loss guarantees while greatly improves fairness in quality of service amongst videos.

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