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A Multimedia Information Server with Mixed Workload Scheduling

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A Multimedia Information Server with Mixed Workload Scheduling
In contrast to specialized video servers, advanced multimedia applications for tele-shopping, tele-teaching and news-on-demand exhibit a mixed workload with massive access to conventional, "discrete" data such as text documents, images and indexes as well as requests for "continuous data" such as video. This paper briefly describes the prototype of a multimedia information server that stores discrete and continuous data on a shared disk pool and is able to handle a mixed workload in a very efficient way.
Guido Nerjes
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where ICDE
Authors Guido Nerjes
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