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Real-time unequal error protection for distortion-optimal progressive image transmission

Stankovic, V. and Charfi, Y. and Hamzaoui, R. and Xiong, Z.X. (2003) Real-time unequal error protection for distortion-optimal progressive image transmission. In: IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference, 2003-03-16 - 2003-03-20.

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Abstract

For optimal progressive transmission of an embedded image code over a noisy channel, we consider an unequal error protection strategy that minimizes the average of the expected distortion over a set of intermediate rates. In contrast to previous work, we find a near-optimal solution in real-time. For a binary symmetric channel, two state-of-the-art source coders (SPHIT and JPEG2000), and a rate-compatible punctured turbo coder as a channel coder, we compare our solution to the strategy that optimizes the end-to-end performance.