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MUET 2013 : Special Issue on Multimedia Communication over Emerging Wireless Technologies

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Link: http://www.hindawi.com/journals/jece/si/951647/cfp/
 
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Submission Deadline Nov 1, 2013
Notification Due Jan 24, 2014
Final Version Due Mar 21, 2014
Categories    multimedia   wireless networks   video coding   qoe
 

Call For Papers

Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering

The explosion in wireless technologies shows no sign of slowing down, now that the advantages of mobility and flexibility have become apparent. Some technologies are aimed at increasing bandwidth capacity and reducing latency, 60 GHz radio, even 240 GHz links, and MIMO are cases in point. Others such as Ultra-Wideband, cognitive radio, white space devices, and femto cells also address the issue of spectrum shortage. Wireless networks essentially act as access networks to optical core networks. The dominant traffic by bandwidth on core networks is multimedia, with one provider alone, Netflix, consuming 28% of all U.S. bandwidth. One development that may address the growth in demand is the arrival of High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) in 2013. HEVC conservatively offers a 40% reduction in bitrate. However, to maintain video quality over wireless channels the issue arises of how to assess the quality-of-experience (QoE) of the mobile user.

This Special Issue solicits innovative research solutions or perspectives that contribute to the growing problem of spectrum/bandwidth shortage coupled with the growth in demand for multimedia content. Papers that appear in the Special Issue will combine a wireless and a multimedia communication aspect. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:

Multimedia over 60 GHz wireless, including uncompressed video and applications of IEEE 802.11ad
Multimedia exploitation of UWB or MIMO, including within the home environment
Source-coding innovations that are applicable to wireless communications, including but not confined to experiences with HEVC
Short-range wireless communication for multimedia, which might exploit Near Field Communication
Other aspects of multimedia over wireless such as green radio cellular systems or low-energy IEEE 802.15.4m
QoE of multimedia over wireless/cellular/MANETs, including novel aspects of QoE assessment such as 3D TV over wireless

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