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Journal of Zhejiang University SCIENCE A 2006 Vol.7 No.100 P.151~158

http://doi.org/10.1631/jzus.2006.AS0151


Multi-user Motion JPEG2000 over wireless LAN: run-time performance-energy optimization with application-aware cross-layer scheduling


Author(s):  Ji Xin, Pollin Sofie, Lenoir Gregory, Lafruit Gauthier, Dejonghe Antoine, Catthoor Francky

Affiliation(s):  Interuniversity Microelectronics Center, Kapeldreef 75, Leuven 3001, Belgium; more

Corresponding email(s):   Xin.Ji@imec.be

Key Words:  Performance-energy optimization, Application-aware scheduling, Motion JPEG2000, WLAN multi-user transmission


Ji Xin, Pollin Sofie, Lenoir Gregory, Lafruit Gauthier, Dejonghe Antoine, Catthoor Francky. Multi-user Motion JPEG2000 over wireless LAN: run-time performance-energy optimization with application-aware cross-layer scheduling[J]. Journal of Zhejiang University Science A, 2006, 7(100): 151~158.

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Abstract: 
This paper introduces a video application-aware cross-layer framework for joint performance-energy optimization, considering the scenario of multiple users upstreaming real-time motion JPEG2000 video streams to the access point of a WiFi wireless local area network and extends the PHY-MAC run-time cross-layer scheduling strategy that we introduced in (Mangharam et al., 2005; Pollin et al., 2005) to also consider congested network situations where video packets have to be dropped. We show that an optimal solution at PHY-MAC level can be highly suboptimal at application level, and then show that making the cross-layer framework application-aware through a prioritized dropping policy capitalizing on the inherent scalability of motion JPEG2000 video streams leads to drastic average video quality improvements and inter-user quality variation reductions of as much as 10 dB PSNR, without affecting the overall energy consumption requirements.

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