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|Title:||High speed video transmission for telemedicine using ATM technology||Authors:||Daba, Jihad S.
|Affiliations:||Department of Electrical Engineering||Keywords:||ATM
|Subjects:||Multiplexing||Issue Date:||2007||Part of:||Journal of world academy of science engineering and technology||Volume:||1||Issue:||12||Start page:||515||End page:||519||Abstract:||
In this paper, we study statistical multiplexing of VBR video in ATM networks. ATM promises to provide high speed realtime multi-point to central video transmission for telemedicine applications in rural hospitals and in emergency medical services. Video coders are known to produce variable bit rate (VBR) signals and the effects of aggregating these VBR signals need to be determined in order to design a telemedicine network infrastructure capable of carrying these signals. We first model the VBR video signal and simulate it using a generic continuous-data autoregressive (AR) scheme. We carry out the queueing analysis by the Fluid Approximation Model (FAM) and the Markov Modulated Poisson Process (MMPP). The study has shown a trade off: multiplexing VBR signals reduces burstiness and improves resource utilization, however, the buffer size needs to be increased with an associated economic cost. We also show that the MMPP model and the Fluid Approximation model fit best, respectively, the cell region and the burst region. Therefore, a hybrid MMPP and FAM completely characterizes the overall performance of the ATM statistical multiplexer. The ramifications of this technology are clear: speed, reliability (lower loss rate and jitter), and increased capacity in video transmission for telemedicine. With migration to full IP-based networks still a long way to achieving both high speed and high quality of service, the proposed ATM architecture will remain of significant use for telemedicine.
|URI:||https://scholarhub.balamand.edu.lb/handle/uob/2067||Open URL:||Link to full text||Type:||Journal Article|
|Appears in Collections:||Department of Electrical Engineering|
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