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Modeling Video Traffic Sources for RMCAT Evaluations

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Authors Xiaoqing Zhu , Sergio Mena de la Cruz , Zaheduzzaman Sarker
Last updated 2016-01-07 (Latest revision 2015-07-06)
Replaced by draft-ietf-rmcat-video-traffic-model
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This document describes two reference video traffic source models for evaluating RMCAT candidate algorithms. The first model statistically characterizes the behavior of a live video encoder in response to changing requests on target video rate. The second model is trace- driven, and emulates the encoder output by scaling the pre-encoded video frame sizes from a widely used video test sequence. Both models are designed to strike a balance between simplicity, repeatability, and authenticity in modeling the interactions between a video traffic source and the congestion control module.


Xiaoqing Zhu
Sergio Mena de la Cruz
Zaheduzzaman Sarker

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