Unequal error protection for stereoscopic video streaming
2007 IEEE 15th Signal Processing and Communications Applications, SIU
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The utilization of forward error correction (FEC) schemes for stereo video streaming is investigated. Stereo video is categorized in 3 layers and each layer is protected with different protection ratios for efficient streaming. Systematic Reed-Solomon (RS) and Luby Transform (LT) codes are utilized as the error protection schemes. Detailed simulations are performed in order to observe the optimum unequal error protection (UEP) strategies for the defined video layers. Moreover, as a result of these simulations the performance comparison of RS and LT codes for video streaming is provided.
KeywordsError protection schemes
Forward Error Correction schemes
Perfor mance comparison
Unequal error protection
Forward error correction
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