28 March 2009

Special issue: Future multimedia networking: Part two

International Journal of Internet Protocol Technology 4(1) 2009

More papers from the First International Future Multimedia Networking (FMN 2008) workshop, held in Cardiff, UK, 17-18 September 2008
  • Multi-component multimedia resource optimisation for 3G and beyond
  • Assessing the Quality of Experience of SopCast
  • Application-level QoS: improving video conferencing quality through sending the best packet next
  • Cross-Layer joint optimisation of FEC channel codes and Multiple Description Coding for video delivery over IEEE 802.11e links
  • Wireless multicast cross-layer framework for rate allocation: protocol design
  • Quality of Experience management framework for real-time multimedia applications
  • Equitable quality video streaming for IP networks

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