A Two-Dimensional Audio Scaling Enhancement to an Internet Videoconferencing System

P. Nee, K. Jeffay, M. Clark, and Gunner Danneels
Proceedings of the Intl. Workshop on Audio-Visual Services over Packet Networks,
Aberdeen, Scotland, UK, September 1997
pp. 201-206.

Abstract: Without widely deployed mechanisms for resource reservation, adaptive, best-effort techniques are the only methods of congestion control available to interactive, real-time applications. Here we discuss media scaling techniques for the audio component of videoconferencing systems and describe an experimental version of the ProShare system that incorporates two of these techniques. We also report the results of experiments using these techniques to adapt to daytime Internet traffic conditions

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