End-to-end optimised Quality of Service (QoS) and its specific declination for multimedia applications with the end-user Perceived Quality of Service (PQoS) is a topic that is more and more discussed in the literature. Many different techniques and approaches have been proposed, which are in general focusing on specific weak technical aspects of the transmission chain in the considered scenario. The end-to end optimisation from a system point of view, i.e., to be transparently integrated in existing legacy systems and not perturbate their operation, is more complex and its practical realisation is yet to be achieved. In this paper, we propose an architecture set-up within the ICT FP7 OPTIMIX project to study innovative solutions enabling enhanced multimedia streaming in a point to multi-point context for an IP based wireless heterogeneous system, based on cross layer adaptation of the whole transmission chain. The corresponding simulation chain architecture is detailed with the description of the existing and/or future features of each module.
|Publication status||Published - 2009|
|MoE publication type||Not Eligible|
|Event||3rd European Symposium on Mobile Media Delivery, EUMOB - London, United Kingdom|
Duration: 7 Sep 2009 → 9 Sep 2009
|Conference||3rd European Symposium on Mobile Media Delivery, EUMOB|
|Period||7/09/09 → 9/09/09|
- End-to-end optimisation
- quality of service
- joint source channel (de)coding
- multimedia transmission
- point to multipoint video delivery
- cross–layer design
- IPv6 mobility
- adaptive medium access control
Lamy-Bergot, C., Fracchia, R., Vehkaperä, J., Sutinen, T., Piri, E., Mazzotti, M., Panza, G., Feher, G., Jeney, G., & Amon, P. (2009). Optimisation of multimedia over wireless IP links via X-layer design: An end-to-end transmission chain simulator. Paper presented at 3rd European Symposium on Mobile Media Delivery, EUMOB, London, United Kingdom.