Re: [rtcweb] Coding for rtcweb

Frank Fitzek <ff@es.aau.dk> Thu, 30 May 2013 14:46 UTC

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On 30.05.2013 16:33, DETCHART Jonathan wrote:
> Sure ! I will also be in Berlin for the whole periode.
> I will come with my colleague Emmanuel Lochin.
Great so lets arrange for some meetings, I have office space here as 
well. I bring some of my colleagues too.
>
> We can make a common presentation about the network coding and its 
> potential benefits on webrtc.
That would be awesome.
> Or we can just do a small meeting between us, see how we could 
> organize the work and show a demo for the next IETF meeting in Vancouver.
>
Maybe a motivation talk in Berlin and demo in Vancouver.

> It's up to you.
>
> Best regards,
> Jonathan
>
>
> Le 29.05.2013 21:08, Frank Fitzek a écrit :
>> Jonathan,
>>
>> great so lets sit down and see how we can collaborate on this. Let us
>> know when you are in Berlin as we are there for the whole period. We
>> can sit down with Morten and see how to work towards real time
>> support.
>>
>> Should we aim to present something at the rtcweb meeting to the group
>> to talk about the coding potential?
>>
>> In the end it is all about running code.
>>
>> All the best and see you in Berlin
>>
>> FF
>>
>>
>> On 05/29/2013 11:39 AM, Jonathan DETCHART wrote:
>>> Hi Frank,
>>>
>>> Glad to see ISAE is not the only company which wants to combine 
>>> network coding and webrtc.
>>> As I said in Orlando, we integrated our network coding library 
>>> (Tetrys) inside both VLC RTC modules.
>>> We just encapsulate RTP packets inside Tetrys packets (application 
>>> layer) at the sender, and do the reverse operation at the receivers.
>>>
>>> We also work on the integration of NC in webrtc.
>>> We saw that webrtc already integrates a FEC mechanism (you can find 
>>> the sources in the rtp_rtcp module). We would like to estimate if NC 
>>> could improve webrtc performance.
>>>
>>> We will attend Berlin meeting and we'll be happy to discuss with you 
>>> about our proposal to assess whether it is possible to converge 
>>> towards compilant implementations.
>>>
>>> So, we will be happy to participate to the discussion in Berlin.
>>>
>>> Best regards,
>>> Jonathan
>>>
>>> Le 28/05/2013 19:21, Frank Fitzek a écrit :
>>>> Dear all,
>>>>
>>>> I attended the meeting in Orlando and heard about your activities. 
>>>> I was highly motivated to follow this activity closer and plan to 
>>>> attend again in Berlin.
>>>>
>>>> In our research group we are interested in P2P in combination with 
>>>> coding, namely network coding. I scanned the documents but could 
>>>> not find anything related yet. We have a network coding library and 
>>>> plan to integrate it to webrtc. We plan to have a running system in 
>>>> autumn for the Vancouver meeting.
>>>>
>>>> Are there any other people in this group that look into similar 
>>>> directions?
>>>>
>>>> Looking forward to start a discussion here or in Berlin.
>>>>
>>>> FF
>>>>
>>>
>


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