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A Decentralized Cross-Layer Approach to Cooperative Video Transmission

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We investigate the impact of cooperative relaying on uplink multi-user (MU) wireless video transmission. We formulate the problem as an MU Markov decision process (MDP) that explicitly considers the cooperation at the physical layer and the medium access control sublayer, the video users' heterogeneous traffic characteristics, and the dynamically varying network conditions. Although MDPs notoriously suffer from the curse of dimensionality, our study shows that the complexity of the MU-MDP can be mitigated. Our simulation results show that cooperation allows users with feeble direct signals to achieve improvements in video quality on the order of 5-10 dB peak signal-to-noise ratio, with less than 0.8 dB quality loss by users with strong direct signals.

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Global Telecommunications Conference (GLOBECOM 2011), 2011 IEEE

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5-9 Dec. 2011

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