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CS584
Multimedia Communications
Year: 2004-2005
Category: Graduate
Instructor’s Name: Tariq M. Jadoon (TMJ) & Shahab M. Baqai (SMB)
Quarter: Winter
Office No. & Email: Room 409 and 428, jadoon@lums.edu.pk; baqai@lums.edu.pk
.
Office Hours: TBA
TA for the Course: TBA
Course Code
(Units)
Course
Description
CS 584 Multimedia Communications
(3 units)
With the growth of the Internet, new applications and services are appearing which
combine video, audio and data traffic. This course provides an introduction to the
technological issues related to the transport of multimedia traffic over the Internet.
Core/Elective
Elective
Pre-requisites
Required:
 CS 471/CMPE 371 Computer Networks and at least one other course in the networks or
DSP area.
Goals

To provide an introduction to the concepts, technologies and issues as well as
introduce the protocols and standards related to the transport of multimedia traffic
over the Internet
CS584
Multimedia Communications
Year: 2004-2005
Quarter: Winter
TextBooks,
Programming
Environment,
etc.
Required:
o Multimedia Communications Applications, Networks, Protocols & Standards,
Fred Halsall, 2001, Pearson Education Ltd
ISBN 81-7808-532-1
Reference:
o Multimedia Communication Systems, techniques, standards and networks by
K.R. Roa, Zoran S. Bojkovic and Dragorard A. Milanvanovic
Pearson Education Inc. 2002
Lectures,
Tutorials &
Attendance
Policy
Grading
Regrading
Policies
There will be 20 sessions in all. T, R = 75 min session.
Tutorials if any will be announced
Quizzes & HWs:
Project:
Midterm:
Final Exam:
20%
35%
20%
25%
plus minus 5% in project or final exam
The project will be the main instrument for assessing the performance in this course and will
have the following sub-instruments:
Form Groups by
March 17th, 2005
Proposals
5%
Peer Project Reviews
6%
Interim Progress Report 8%
Final Report/ Demo
16%
You can request for a re-grade within the following time limits after receiving:
Quizzes:
Interim Project Reports:
Mid Term
Final Exam
2 days
3 days
3 days
3 days
CS584
Multimedia Communications
Year: 2004-2005
Quarter: Winter
Module
Introduction
(Lec 1)
Topic

Multimedia Applications & Requirements

Voice Traffic Signals
Reading
Chapter 1
Voice Encoding Schemes and Standards
 PCM (G.711, G.726),
 CELP (G.728, G.729),
 Vocoding

Voice Quality and Traffic Characterization
Video Compression Schemes and Standards:
 H.261 (ITU)
 MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 (ISO)
 H.263 (ITU)
Voice, Video and
Data Characteristics
(Lec 2 – 6)
Chapters 2, 3
and 4
Video Encoding Control Schemes:
 Constant Bit Rate (CBR)
 Open-loop Variable Bit Rate (OL-VBR)
 Constant-Quality Variable Bit Rate (CQVBR)
Video Quality and Traffic Characterization

Data Applications Traffic Characteristics:


Network
Performance
Aspects
(Lec 7-9)
Advances in the
Network
Infrastructure
(Lec 10-11)
telnet, smtp, ftp and http traffic
TCP and its behavior

Voice traffic

Video traffic
o
Handouts
Layered video

Mixing/separating traffic types

Bandwidth and reliability considerations

Broadband access

Transmission media
o
xDSL
o
Cable modems
o
Fiber optics
o
Wireless
Chapter 8 and 11
Module
Advances in the
Network Layer
(Lec. 12 – 15)
Topic

Review of IP unicast and multicast routing
protocols

Resource ReSerVation Protocol (RSVP) and
Integrated Services (IntServ

Differentiated Services (DiffServ) Model
o
DiffServ architecture
o
A framework for differentiated services
o
Per hop behavior (PHB)
o


Advances in
Transport Layer
Protocols
(16-17)

Assured Forwarding PHB

Expedited Forwarding PHB
Reading
Chapter 9,
Handouts
(RFCs)
Interoperation of IntServ and DiffServ
Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)
o
Framework and Architecture of MPLS
o
QoS and Traffic Engineering aspects of
MPLS
Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP)
o
RTP and RTCP
o
RTP's audio/video profile
o
RTP's payload formats for voice and
video
Chapter 12
Module
Advances in Session
Layer Protocols
(Lec 17-18)
Topic
Advances in session layer protocols


Internet conferencing architecture and protocols
o
Session Description Protocol (SDP)
o
Session Announcement Protocol (SAP)
o
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
ITU's recommendations for audio-visual
communication
o
H.320
o
H.323

ITU's recommendation for data conferencing
T.120

IETF's Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP)
IP Telephony
(Lec 19)
The highlighted text will be covered by TMJ
Reading
RFCs, Handouts