Error resilient layered stereoscopic video streaming

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2007-05-09
Tan, A. Serdar
Aksay, Anil
Bilen, Cagdas
Akar, Gözde
ARIKAN, ERDAL
In this paper, error resilient stereoscopic video streaming problem is addressed. Two different Forward Error Correction (FEC) codes namely Systematic LT and RS codes are utilized to protect the stereoscopic video data against transmission errors. Initially, the stereoscopic video is categorized in 3 layers with different priorities. Then, a packetization scheme is used to increase the efficiency of error protection. A comparative analysis of RS and LT codes are provided via simulations to observe the optimum packetization and UEP strategies.

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A. S. Tan, A. Aksay, C. Bilen, G. Akar, and E. ARIKAN, “Error resilient layered stereoscopic video streaming,” 2007, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/37465.