Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Advanced Video and Signal Based Surveillance, 2003. (2003)
July 21, 2003 to July 22, 2003
Jie Huang , Oregon Health and Science University
Charles Krasic , Oregon Health and Science University
Jonathan Walpole , Oregon Health and Science University
Wu-chi Feng , Oregon Health and Science University
In this paper we explore the use of Priority-progress streaming (PPS) for video surveillance applications. PPS is an adaptive streaming technique for the delivery of continuous media over variable bit-rate channels. It is based on the simple idea of reordering media components within a time window into priority order before transmission. The main concern when using PPS for live video streaming is the time delay introduced by reordering. In this paper we describe how PPS can be extended to support live streaming and show that the delay inherent in the approach can be tuned to satisfy a wide range of latency constraints while supporting fine-grain adaptation.
J. Walpole, W. Feng, J. Huang and C. Krasic, "Adaptive Live Video Streaming by Priority Drop," Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Advanced Video and Signal Based Surveillance, 2003.(AVSS), Miami, Florida, 2003, pp. 342.