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Modeling "Just-in-Time" Communication in Distributed Real-Time Multimedia Applications

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Modeling "Just-in-Time" Communication in Distributed Real-Time Multimedia Applications
—The research area of Multimedia Content Analysis (MMCA) considers all aspects of the automated extraction of new knowledge from large multimedia data streams and archives. In recent years, there has been a tremendous growth (in data and computational demands) in the MMCA domain, and this growth is likely to continue in the near future. Multimedia applications operating in real-time environments must run under very strict time constraints, e.g., to analyze video frames at the same rate as a camera produces them. To adhere to such constraints, largescale multimedia applications typically are being executed on Grid systems consisting of large collections of compute clusters. In services-based scenarios, where video content analysis is being performed by a set of remote multimedia servers, results on a particular video frame are obtained quickest if a server is unoccupied (i.e., not working on previously submitted frames). Keeping a server unoccupied, however, is a waste of available co...
R. Yang, Robert D. van der Mei, D. Roubos, Frank J
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where CCGRID
Authors R. Yang, Robert D. van der Mei, D. Roubos, Frank J. Seinstra, Ger Koole, Henri E. Bal
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