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Device characteristics-based differentiated energy-efficient adaptive solution for multimedia delivery over heterogeneous wireless networks
Ding, Ruiqi
Energy efficiency is a key issue of highest importance to mobile wireless device users, as those devices are powered by batteries with limited power capacity. It is of very high interest to provide device differentiated user centric energy efficient multimedia content delivery based on current application type, energy-oriented device features and user preferences. This thesis presents the following research contributions in the area of energy efficient multimedia delivery over heterogeneous wireless networks: 1. ASP: Energy-oriented Application-based System profiling for mobile devices: This profiling provides services to other contributions in this thesis. By monitoring the running applications and the corresponding power demand on the smart mobile device, a device energy model is obtained. The model is used in conjunction with applications’ power signature to provide device energy constraints posed by running applications. 2. AWERA 3. DEAS: A Device characteristics-based differentiated Energy-efficient Adaptive Solution for video delivery over heterogeneous wireless networks. Based on the energy constraint, DEAS performs energy efficient content delivery adaptation for the current application. Unlike the existing solutions, DEAS takes all the applications running on the system into account and better balances QoS and energy efficiency. 4. EDCAM 5. A comprehensive survey on state-of-the-art energy-efficient network protocols and energy-saving network technologies.
Keyword(s): Computer networks; Telecommunication; Energy efficiency
Publication Date:
2014
Type: Doctoral thesis
Peer-Reviewed: No
Language(s): English
Institution: Dublin City University
Citation(s): Ding, Ruiqi (2014) Device characteristics-based differentiated energy-efficient adaptive solution for multimedia delivery over heterogeneous wireless networks. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.
Publisher(s): Dublin City University. School of Electronic Engineering
File Format(s): application/pdf
Supervisor(s): Muntean, Gabriel-Miro
Related Link(s): http://doras.dcu.ie/19761/1/Ruiqi_Ding_Thesis.pdf
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