The student should be made:
To understand the compression schemes for text, voice, image and video
To understand the QoS issues in multimedia network
To know the communication protocols for multimedia networking
UNIT I AUDIO COMPRESSION 9
Sampling and Quantization of Speech (PCM) – Adaptive differential PCM – Delta Modulation – Vector Quantization- Linear predictive coding (LPC) – Code excited Linear predictive Coding (CELP)
UNIT II IMAGE AND VIDEO COMPRESSION 9
Graphics Interchange format- Tagged image file format-Digitized documents- Digitized pictures-JPEG-Video Encoding-Motion estimation –Overview of H.263 and MPEG-2
UNIT III TEXT COMPRESSION 7
Static and Dynamic Huffman coding – Arithmetic coding –Lempel-Ziv coding – LZW coding
UNIT IV GUARANTEED SERVICE MODEL 10
Best Effort service model – Scheduling and Dropping policies – Network Performance Parameters – Quality of Service and metrics – WFQ and its variants – Random Early Detection – QoS aware Routing – Admission Control – Resource Reservation – RSVP – Traffic Shaping Algorithms – Caching – Laissez Faire Approach – Possible Architectures – An Overview of QoS Architectures
UNIT V MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATION 10
Stream characteristics for Continuous media – Temporal Relationship – Object Stream Interactions, Media Levity, Media Synchronization – Models for Temporal Specifications – Streaming of Audio and Video – Jitter – Fixed playout and Adaptive playout – Recovering from packet loss – RTSP –– Multimedia Communication Standards – RTP/RTCP – SIP and H.263
At the end of the course, the student should be able to:
Design audio compression techniques
Configure Text, image and video compression techniques
Select suitable service model for specific application
Configure multimedia communication network
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