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Our paper that presents the adaptive on-the-fly coding scheme is avaliable on Arxiv
More experiment results to justify the statement in Section IV of our article can be found here
|Time (s)||Loss pattern||Frame range|
|0 - 10||no losses||0 - 300|
|10 - 20||Gilbert-Elliott PLR=2%, mean burst size = 2||301 - 600|
|20 - 30||Gilbert-Elliott PLR=2%, mean burst size = 3||601 - 900|
|30 - 40||Gilbert-Elliott PLR=3%, mean burst size = 2||901 - 1200|
|40 - 50||Gilbert-Elliott PLR=3%, mean burst size = 3||1201 - 1500|
The video below illustrates the PSNR and video obtained by Tetrys with redundancy adaptation algorithm against the ones obtained by Tetrys without redundancy adaptation algorithm. The packet loss pattern is shown in the table above. The video should be played in 720p format for better subjective evaluation.
the video below illustrates the PSNR and video obtained by Tetrys with redundancy adaptation algorithm against the ones obtained without Tetrys protection
|PSNR (dB)||BW occupation (kb/s)|
|Tetrys with redundancy adaptation algorithm||35.3 ± 2.6||773.8 ± 138.1|
|Tetrys without redundancy adaptation algorithm||34.1 ± 5.0||740.3 ± 137.6|
|Without Tetrys protection||31.9 ± 6.2||774.1 ± 174.8|