An end-to-end QoS control scheme for video transmission over Internet

Genel, H
Erten, YM
Real-time digital video transmission over Internet is a challenging problem. Real-time video traffic is bursty, cannot tolerate delays in delivery and requires a lot of bandwidth, which contrast with the characteristics Of current Internet. In this work, we address the various aspects of the problem and present a work that makes use of the standards and proposed techniques in order to implement an efficient and robust real-time video transmission framework providing adequate video presentation quality over the best effort Internet offering no quality of service (QoS) guarantees.


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H. Genel and Y. Erten, “An end-to-end QoS control scheme for video transmission over Internet,” 2003, p. 881, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: