MPEG4 broadcast

A client/server framework for multi-service streaming using push channels

A. M. Mohamed, Hussein Alnuweiri

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Abstract

This paper presents the architecture and implementation of a multi-service streaming system for broadcast of MPEG4 elementary streams. The proposed system promotes the use of the push channels model for information distribution [1]. The system architecture accommodates two main layers for broadcast service management and media delivery. The broadcast service management layer uses the publisher-subscriber model for service announcement and clients' subscription [1]. The proposed media delivery layer of the MPEG4 media streams is based on the recommendations made by part 6 of the MPEG-4 standard, Delivery Multimedia Integration Framework (DMIF). However, the elementary specification of the standard's control plane for broadcast instance motivated the design of separate layer for broadcast service management. The paper also presents the contributive features that motivated our client/server implementation for broadcast of MPEG4 streams including the "client random access", and the "inter-streams synchronization". These features allow clients to access the MPEG-4 media streams at any time during the presentation of the broadcast service.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2001 IEEE Fourth Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing
EditorsJ.-L. Dugelay, K. Rose, J.-L. Dugelay, K. Rose
Pages543-548
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2001
Externally publishedYes
Event2001 IEEE fourth Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing - Cannes, France
Duration: 3 Oct 20015 Oct 2001

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Other2001 IEEE fourth Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing
CountryFrance
CityCannes
Period3/10/015/10/01

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Mohamed, A. M., & Alnuweiri, H. (2001). MPEG4 broadcast: A client/server framework for multi-service streaming using push channels. In J-L. Dugelay, K. Rose, J-L. Dugelay, & K. Rose (Eds.), 2001 IEEE Fourth Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing (pp. 543-548)

MPEG4 broadcast : A client/server framework for multi-service streaming using push channels. / Mohamed, A. M.; Alnuweiri, Hussein.

2001 IEEE Fourth Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing. ed. / J.-L. Dugelay; K. Rose; J.-L. Dugelay; K. Rose. 2001. p. 543-548.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Mohamed, AM & Alnuweiri, H 2001, MPEG4 broadcast: A client/server framework for multi-service streaming using push channels. in J-L Dugelay, K Rose, J-L Dugelay & K Rose (eds), 2001 IEEE Fourth Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing. pp. 543-548, 2001 IEEE fourth Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing, Cannes, France, 3/10/01.
Mohamed AM, Alnuweiri H. MPEG4 broadcast: A client/server framework for multi-service streaming using push channels. In Dugelay J-L, Rose K, Dugelay J-L, Rose K, editors, 2001 IEEE Fourth Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing. 2001. p. 543-548
Mohamed, A. M. ; Alnuweiri, Hussein. / MPEG4 broadcast : A client/server framework for multi-service streaming using push channels. 2001 IEEE Fourth Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing. editor / J.-L. Dugelay ; K. Rose ; J.-L. Dugelay ; K. Rose. 2001. pp. 543-548
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