Comparison of Image Distribution Schemes in a Wireless Presentation System


  • G. X. Kok
  • K. N. Choong





wireless presentation system, image distribution, video quality, transfer rate throttling, optimization


We proposed and compared several image distribution schemes for the webviewer scenario in a wireless presentation session. Simulation study showed that by optimizing the image transmission rate, a good tradeoff solution that maximizes the combined weighted video and image quality could be achieved.




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