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Quantifying the Suitability of Reference Signals for the Video Streaming Analysis for IPTV

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IP networks are indispensable nowadays and they are some of the most efficient platforms. The constantly growing number of users and new services in these networks – the largest being the Internet – require a satisfactory quality of service from any application they use. So, determining the QoS in real-time services is particularly important. This work shows how to quantify the suitability of reference signals for analyzing the quality of video streaming in IPTV. The assessment relies on two different algorithms: PEVQ and VQuad-HD. Three different reference signals – two real ones and an artificial one – are used in this study, and a numerical measurement system is used, which simulates mean network impairments. These measurements provide valuable information for determining the QoS of actual IPTV services in practice.
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  • Kiel University of Applied Sciences, Grenzstraβe 5, D 24149 Kiel, Germany
  • Kiel University of Applied Sciences, Grenzstraβe 5, D 24149 Kiel, Germany
  • Kiel University of Applied Sciences, Grenzstraβe 5, D 24149 Kiel, Germany
  • Maritime University of Szczecin, Henryka Pobożnego st 11, 70-507 Szczecin, Poland
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