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2009 WRI World Congress on Computer Science and Information Engineering
The Effect of Packet Delay on Voip Speech Quality: Failure of Hurst Method
Los Angeles, California USA
March 31-April 02
ISBN: 978-0-7695-3507-4
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a technology that transports voice data packets across packet switched networks using the Internet Protocol (IP). However, the current Internet, which was originally designed for data communications, provides best-effort service only, and does not guarantee to transmission quality. As known, packet delay dramatically degrades the quality of VoIP calls. It is widely accepted the network was self-similar. The degree of self-similarity can be expressed by the Hurst parameter H (0.5
Index Terms:
VoIP, MOS, PESQ, E-MODEL, H323, Pareto, Hurst
Citation:
Jiuchun Ren, Dilin Mao, ZhiWei Wang, ChuanShan Gao, "The Effect of Packet Delay on Voip Speech Quality: Failure of Hurst Method," csie, vol. 7, pp.230-234, 2009 WRI World Congress on Computer Science and Information Engineering, 2009
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