Semantic-aware adaptation scheme for soccer video over MPEG-DASH
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In recent years, quality of experience (QoE) has been investigated and proved to have both influential factors on user's visual quality and perceptual quality, while the perceptual quality means user's requirement on personalized content should be acquired in optimized quality. That's to say, those segments holding user interested content such as highlights need to be allocated more network resource in a resource-limited streaming scenario. However, all the existing HTTP-based adaptive methods only focus the content-agnostic bitrate adaptation according to limited network resources or energy resource, since they ignored user perceived semantics on some important segments, which suffered less quality on the important segments than on those ordinary ones, so as to hurt the overall QoE. In this paper, we have proposed a new semantic-aware adaptation scheme for MPEG-DASH services, which decides how to preserve bandwidth and buffering time depending on content descriptors for the perceived important content to users. Further, a semantic-aware probe and adaptation (SMA-PANDA) algorithm has been implemented in a DASH client to compare with conventional bitrate adaptions. Preliminary results show that SMA-PANDA achieves better QoE and flexibility on streaming user's interested content on MPEG-DASH platform, and it also aggressively helps user interested content compete more resource to deliver high quality presentation.
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