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An MPEG-2 video traffic prediction based on phase space analysis and its application to on-line dynamic bandwidth allocation

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2 Author(s)
A. Chodorek ; Dept. of Telecommun. & Photonics, Kielce Univ. of Technol., Poland ; R. R. Chodorek

MPEG is one of the most popular standards for video and audio coding. Many modern applications - such as real-time full-motion video, video on demand streaming applications, multimedia databases, etc. - use the MPEG-2 standard for video signal coding. MPEG video traffic is self-similar and, therefore, bandwidth allocation strategies based on mean (mean rate allocation, MRA) fail or are inefficient. In the paper we propose a new, original method of prediction of the MPEG video traffic. We develop a low complexity linear predictor of the MPEG video traffic, based on partitioning of the phase space into sub-regions. Simulation results show that application of the proposed prediction method to on-line dynamic bandwidth allocation leads to more efficient utilisation of network resources.

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Universal Multiservice Networks, 2002. ECUMN 2002. 2nd European Conference on

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2002