Fuzzy Logic Transformation Method to Video Transmission Through Bluetooth

International Conference on Sensors, Security, Software and Intelligent Systems, 8-10 January 2009

5 Pages Posted: 3 Oct 2013

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K.P. Rajesh

Parks College; Park College of Engineering and Technology

K.S. Ramaswami

Coimbatore Institute of Technology - Department of Mathematics

M. Gunasekaran

Department of MCA, Park College of Engineering and Technology

Date Written: January 8, 2009

Abstract

The overall aim of this paper is transmission of Moving Picture Expert Group (MPEG) video stream over a Bluetooth channel, using Transformation method. The MPEG Variable Bit Rate (VBR) data sources are Unpredictable and have substantial variations in bit rate, which could result in data loss and image quality degradation. A transformation method is introduced so that the controller may adjust itself to the current state of the system under control. A traffic-shaping buffer is used to prevent excessive back-to-back transmissions of MPEG VBR data sources. A rule-based fuzzy (RBF) controller regulates the average arrival rate to the traffic-shaping buffer to prevent either overflow or starvation of the buffer on a Group Of Picture (GOP) by GOP basis. The computer simulation results show that the use of the Transformation Control reduces excessive delay and data loss at the host-controller interface, as compared with a conventional VBR video transmission and a rule-based fuzzy controller (RBF) in Bluetooth.

Keywords: Bluetooth, Moving Picture Expert Group (MPEG), Variable Bit Rate (VBR), video, Group Of Picture (GOP), Nero fuzzy (NF), Rule-Based Fuzzy controller (RBF), Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)

Suggested Citation

Rajesh, K.P. and Ramaswami, K.S. and Gunasekaran, M., Fuzzy Logic Transformation Method to Video Transmission Through Bluetooth (January 8, 2009). International Conference on Sensors, Security, Software and Intelligent Systems, 8-10 January 2009, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2335256 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2335256

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K.S. Ramaswami

Coimbatore Institute of Technology - Department of Mathematics ( email )

Coimbatore
India

M. Gunasekaran (Contact Author)

Department of MCA, Park College of Engineering and Technology ( email )

Kaniyur(PO)
Coimbatore
Coimbatore, 641659
India

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