service-oriented multimedia, multicast, quality-of-service, frequency reuse diversity
Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is employed in a wide range of applications because it promises to expose computation-intensive tasks as services and combine them with new applications to accelerate their applications development process. For service-oriented multimedia applications, the performance of multicasting transmission services under multimedia traffic must be evaluated. Multiview Video (MVV) is a promising and emerging type of multimedia traffic that consists of multiple video streams, allows stream switching, and requires strict Quality-of-Service (QoS). In this study, we investigated multicast transmission of MVV in wireless cellular networks with Partial Frequency Reuse (PFR) and focused on two challenging problems: (1) multicast group formation and (2) subchannel and power allocation. Initially, we propose a novel Content-based Partial frequency reuse Diversity Grouping (CPDG) scheme to allocate users to multicast groups on the basis of Partial frequency reuse Diversity (PD) in wireless networks with PFR. After group formation, an optimization problem for subchannel and power allocation is formulated to minimize network power consumption under QoS constraint. Thereafter, the optimization problem is divided into two subproblems and solved using simplex method and Karush-Kuhn-Tucker (KKT) condition. Finally, to solve the optimization problem, a suboptimal scheme referred to as Partial frequency reuse Diversity Based Energy-efficient Multicasting (PDEM) is proposed by dynamically allocating wireless resources under QoS constraint. The simulation results show that the proposed PDEM scheme can achieve close-to-optimal performance. Moreover, mathematical analysis of the effect of PD on network performance can provide guidelines for optimization of multimedia traffic in multicasting-enabled wireless cellular networks with PFR.
Tsinghua University Press
Quanxin Zhao, Liang Xu, Yuming Mao et al. Service-Oriented Wireless Multimedia Multicasting with Partial Frequency Reuse. Tsinghua Science and Technology 2016, 21(6): 598-609.