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Protocol for Collaborative Multimedia Presentations

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Protocol for Collaborative Multimedia Presentations
Abstract. Many multimedia presentation applications involve retrieval of objects from more than one collaborating server. Presentations of objects from different collaborating servers might be interdependent. For instance, we can consider distributed video servers where blocks of movies are distributed over a set of servers. Here, blocks of a movie from different video servers have to be retrieved and presented continuously without any gaps in the presentation. Such applications first need an estimate of the available network resources to each of the collaborating server in order to identify a schedule for retrieving the objects composing the presentation. A collaborating server can suggest modifications of the retrieval schedule depending on its load. These modifications can potentially affect the retrieval schedule for other collaborating applications. Hence, a sequence of negotiations have to be carried out with the collaborating servers in order to commit for a retrieval schedul...
Eenjun Hwang, B. Prabhakaran
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where ICMCS
Authors Eenjun Hwang, B. Prabhakaran
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