Transmission Algorithm with QoS Considerations for a Sustainable MPEG Streaming Service
AbstractWith the proliferation of heterogeneous networks, there is a need to provide multimedia stream services in a sustainable manner. It is especially critical to maintain the Quality of Service (QoS) standards. Existing multimedia streaming services have been studied to guarantee QoS on the receiving side. QoS has not been ensured due to the fact that the loss of streaming data to be transmitted has not been considered in network conditions. With an algorithm that considers the QoS and can reduce the overhead of the network, it will be possible to reduce the transmission error and wastage of communication network resources. In this paper, we propose a scheme that improves the reliability of multimedia transmissions by using an adaptive algorithm that switches between UDP (User Datagram Protocol) and TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) based on the size of the data. In addition, we present a method that retransmits essential portions of the multimedia data, thus improving transmission efficiency. We simulate an MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group) stream service and evaluate the performance of the proposed adaptive MPEG stream service. View Full-Text
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Kim, S.-H.; Yoo, K.-J.; Won, Y. Transmission Algorithm with QoS Considerations for a Sustainable MPEG Streaming Service. Sustainability 2017, 9, 367.
Kim S-H, Yoo K-J, Won Y. Transmission Algorithm with QoS Considerations for a Sustainable MPEG Streaming Service. Sustainability. 2017; 9(3):367.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kim, Sang-Hyong; Yoo, Kwan-Jong; Won, Yoojae. 2017. "Transmission Algorithm with QoS Considerations for a Sustainable MPEG Streaming Service." Sustainability 9, no. 3: 367.
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