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Javier Zamora, Dimitris Anastassiou, Kand Ly. Cell Delay Variation Performance of CBR and VBR MPEG-2 Sources in an ATM Multiplexer. In 8th European Signal Processing Conference, Trieste, Italy, September 1996.

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Video services require specific constraints regarding the delay variation or jitter experienced when they are transmitted in packet networks such as ATM. This delay component is mainly generated in multiplexing processes and it has a direct impact on the final QoS. In this paper the jitter issue is addressed in the environment of a video server connected to an ATM Network. Both CBR and VBR MPEG-2 streams are considered as traffic sources. For each video source its delay variation is studied using first order and second order statistics such as jitter variance and GCRA, respectively. We study several traffic scenarios, where correlation between video sources is considered. Finally the obtained results are compared with the M+D/D/1 model.

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   Author = {Zamora, Javier and Anastassiou, Dimitris and Ly, Kand},
   Title = {Cell Delay Variation Performance of CBR and VBR MPEG-2 Sources in an ATM Multiplexer},
   BookTitle = {8th European Signal Processing Conference},
   Address = {Trieste, Italy},
   Month = {September},
   Year = {1996}

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