2nd Edition. — ExLi4EvA, 2016. — 514 p. — ISBN 9537619702.This book tries to address different aspects and issues related to video and multimedia distribution over the heterogeneous environment considering broadband satellite networks and general wireless systems where wireless communications and conditions can pose serious problems to the efficient and reliable delivery of content. Specific chapters of the book relate to different research topics covering the architectural aspects of the most famous DVB standard (DVB-T, DVB-S/S2, DVB-H etc.), the protocol aspects and the transmission techniques making use of MIMO, hierarchical modulation and lossy compression. In addition, research issues related to the application layer and to the content semantic, organization and research on the web have also been addressed in order to give a complete view of the problems. The network technologies used in the book are mainly broadband wireless and satellite networks. The book can be read by intermediate students, researchers, engineers or people with some knowledge or specialization in network topics.Multimedia Traffic over Wireless and Satellite Networks Adaptive Video Transmission over Wireless MIMO System Transmission Optimization of Digital Compressed Video in Wireless Systems Resilient Digital Video Transmission over Wireless Channels using Pixel-Level Artefact Detection Mechanisms Digital Videos Broadcasting via Satellite – Challenge on IPTV Distribution The Deployment of Intelligent Transport Services by using DVB-Based Mobile Video Technologies A New Waveform based on Linear Precoded Multicarrier Modulation for Future Digital Video Broadcasting Systems Performance Analysis of DVB-T/H OFDM Hierarchical Modulation in Impulse Noise Environment IP Datacast and the Cost Effectiveness of its File Repair Mechanism DVB-T2: New Signal Processing Algorithms for a Challenging Digital Video Broadcasting Standard Passive Radar using COFDM (DAB or DVB-T) Broadcasters as Opportunistic Illuminators Reliable and Repeatable Power Measurements in DVB-T Systems MidField: An Adaptive Middleware System for Multipoint Digital Video Communication Video Content Description Using Fuzzy Spatio-Temporal Relations Trick play on Audiovisual Information for Tape, Disk and Solid-State based Digital Recording Systems Video Quality Metrics Video Analysis and Indexing Video Editing Based on Situation Awareness from Voice Information and Face Emotion Combined Source and Channel Strategies for Optimized Video Communications Amplitude Phase Shift Keying Constellation Design and its Applications to Satellite Digital Video Broadcasting Non-Photo Realistic Rendering for Digital Video Intaglio Building Principles and Application of Multifunctional Video Information System Digital Video Image Quality
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