Video Streaming Over WIMAX with Ant Colony Optimization for Health Applications
|S.Suganya1 and R.Ponnulakshmi2
PG Scholar, Department of Computer Applications, Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan Engineering College, Perambalur,
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This paper presents a new proficiency WiMAX embodies the IEE 802.16 family of standards, providing wireless broadband access. With IEEE 802.16e, the mobility amendment and WiMAX guarantees to address the ever-increasing demand of mobile high-speed wireless data in fourth generation (4G) networks. In the existing work, video distribution has been considered as a basic technique that involves scheduling and content-aware video streaming since the video is transmitted as different frames there is a chance of getting either mismatched frames at the receiver or loss of frames owing to incorrect threading of the video frames. Due to these reasons, the expected throughput may not be obtained ,to improve the quality of service and to overcome this ailment, the proposed work establish the Ant colony optimization(ACO) prototype.ACO algorithm includes two mechanism: trail evaporation and deamon actions which acts effectively to trigger the accumulation of data being collected at the receiver end. This marches to provide desired QOS and throughput especially in the trait of medical application.