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Streaming from a Moving Platform with Real-Time and Playback Distortion Constraints

Cocco, Giuseppe; Toni, Laura

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  <dc:creator>Cocco, Giuseppe</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Toni, Laura</dc:creator>
  <dc:description>Video streaming from remotely controlled moving platforms such as drones have stringent constraints in terms of delay. In some applications such videos have to provide real-time visual feedback to the pilot with an acceptable distortion while satisfying high-quality requirements at playback. Furthermore the output rate of the source encoder required to achieve a target distortion depends on the speed of the platform. Motivated by this, we consider a novel source model which takes the source speed into account and derive its rate-distortion region. A transmission strategy based on successive joint encoding, which efficiently takes the source correlation into account, is then considered for transmission over a block fading channel. Our numerical results show that such scheme largely enhances over an independent coding scheme in terms of on-line distortion while approaching the playback distortion performance of an optimal encoder as the group of pictures size grows.</dc:description>
  <dc:title>Streaming from a Moving Platform with Real-Time and Playback Distortion Constraints</dc:title>
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