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TPDS
2002
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8 years 7 months ago
Decentralized Resource Management for a Distributed Continuous Media Server
Cyrus Shahabi, Farnoush Banaei Kashani
PE
2002
Springer
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Multi-path continuous media streaming: what are the benefits?
Quality of service (QoS) in delivery of continuous media (CM) over the Internet is still relatively poor and inconsistent. Although many such applications can tolerate some degree...
Leana Golubchik, John C. S. Lui, Tak Fu Tung, Alix...
MMS
1998
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The Multimedia Multicasting Problem
This paper explores the problems associated with the multicasting of continuous media to support multimedia group applications. The interaction between multicasting and the deliver...
Joseph Pasquale, George C. Polyzos, George Xylomen...
COMCOM
2002
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Continuous media support in the distributed component object model
The demand for a great variety of sophisticated telecommunications services with multimedia characteristics is increasing. This trend highlights the need for the ef
Dionisis X. Adamopoulos, George Pavlou, Constantin...
DAGSTUHL
1993
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Supporting continuous media applications in a micro-kernel environment
Currently, popular operating systems are unable to support the end-toend real-time requirements of distributed continuous media. Furthermore, the integration of continuous media c...
Geoff Coulson, Gordon S. Blair, Philippe Robin, Do...
ICMCS
1995
IEEE
157views Multimedia» more  ICMCS 1995»
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A Scalable Video-on-Demand Service for the Provision of VCR-Like Functions
– One approach to supporting continuous media traffic is via resource reservation at connection establishment time. The shortcomings of this approach are the lack of flexibility...
Huang-Jen Chen, A. Krishnamurthy, Thomas D. C. Lit...
ISN
2000
Springer
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Supporting Advanced Multimedia Telecommunications Services Using the Distributed Component Object Model
The demand for a great variety of sophisticated telecommunications services with multimedia characteristics is increasing. This trend highlights the need for the efficient creation...
Dionisis X. Adamopoulos, George Pavlou, Constantin...
DEXAW
2004
IEEE
105views Database» more  DEXAW 2004»
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C2P2: A Peer-to-Peer Network for On-Demand Automobile Information Services
This short paper outlines challenges of delivering continuous media and traffic information to mobile Car-to-Car Peer-to-Peer (C2P2) network of devices. We analyze network connect...
Shahram Ghandeharizadeh, Bhaskar Krishnamachari
BROADNETS
2004
IEEE
8 years 11 months ago
Science of Continuous Media Application Design in Wireless Networks of Mobile Devices
Display of continuous media using self-organizing ad hoc networks of wireless communication systems will potentially be used in a variety of applications. Example deployments migh...
Shahram Ghandeharizadeh
FODO
1993
Springer
110views Algorithms» more  FODO 1993»
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Storage System Architectures for Continuous Media Data
Abstract. Data storage systems are being called on to manage continuous media data types, such as digital audio and video. There is a demand by applications for \constrained-latenc...
David Maier, Jonathan Walpole, Richard Staehli
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