Academic Press, Elsevier Ltd. 2010. – 325 pages. Joint source-channel coding/decoding is a rather specialized term for designating techniques allowing to transmit efﬁciently audiovisual contents through wireless channels by means of possibly unconventional methods. Such a simple goal turns out to be quite complex since it involves many different techniques (namely, source coding, networking, and transmission techniques) usually mastered by different teams. Therefore, this book does not intend to address with full accuracy all these aspects, but rather tries to give a precise idea of the basics of each and to provide a state of the art of the joint source/network/channel decoding results obtained on video signals. Many examples illustrate the corresponding concepts and algorithms. It is essentially based on a tutorial by the same authors, which was presented at the IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing in 2007. The joint source-channel coding (JSCC) aspect is outlined only at the end of the book.
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