IAMVT: Mecanismo de Seleção de Rotas Multicaminhos para Aplicações de Vídeo Monitoramento

  • Fabiano Bhering UFF / CEFET-MG
  • Célio Albuquerque UFF
  • Diego Passos UFF
  • Katia Obraczka UCSC

Resumo


Alguns dos principais desafios para transmissão de vídeo em redes sem fio estão relacionados com a largura de banda e altas taxas de transmissão. Estudos indicam que dividir os fluxos do vídeo para transmiti-los por diferentes caminhos pode melhorar a qualidade do serviço (Quality of Service QoS) das aplicações. Porém, a seleção de rotas multicaminhos não é uma tarefa trivial, principalmente quando as aplicações necessitam de múltiplas fontes de vídeo transmitindo simultaneamente, pois é necessário encontrar um conjunto de caminhos com o mínimo de interferência entre os fluxos para suportar os requisitos das aplicações. Assim, este trabalho apresenta o Interference Aware Multipath Video Transmission (IAMVT), um mecanismo de seleção de rotas multicaminhos baseado na metaheurística Iterated Local Search (ILS). O mecanismo busca maximizar o rendimento global da rede para transmissão de múltiplos fluxos de vídeos provindos de diferentes fontes. Os resultados das simulações demonstram o potencial da utilização do IAMVT para aumentar a qualidade do vídeo, quando comparado com outros mecanismos da literatura.

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16/08/2021
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BHERING, Fabiano; ALBUQUERQUE, Célio; PASSOS, Diego; OBRACZKA, Katia. IAMVT: Mecanismo de Seleção de Rotas Multicaminhos para Aplicações de Vídeo Monitoramento. In: SIMPÓSIO BRASILEIRO DE REDES DE COMPUTADORES E SISTEMAS DISTRIBUÍDOS (SBRC), 39. , 2021, Uberlândia. Anais [...]. Porto Alegre: Sociedade Brasileira de Computação, 2021 . p. 294-307. ISSN 2177-9384.