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Special Issue on Enabling Security Technologies for Digital Rights Management

D. Kundur, C.-Y. Lin, B. Macq, H. Yu
2004 Proceedings of the IEEE  
She has served as reviewer for many renowned international journals in the area of multimedia communication and processing.  ...  She is an Editor for Computers in Entertainment (ACM) and an Associate Editor for Informing Science.  ...  A novel methodology to integrate encryption and fingerprinting is proposed that exhibits some practical advantages. The next two papers focus on authentication for content management.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.2004.827336 fatcat:yuxkun6llvbixhkcbvprfixs2e

Hypermedia-aided design

Darko Kirovski, Milenko Drinic, Miodrag Potkonjak
2001 Proceedings of the 38th conference on Design automation - DAC '01  
We introduce the notion of a quant, an atomic interactive multimedia information primitive with embedded hyperlinks.  ...  The HAD framework consists of a set of applications for student(designer)-centered CAD education(consulting), collaborative design and debugging, I-commerce, and technical support.  ...  The collaborative session becomes a multi-level multicast of data from sources through proxies and to user interest groups.  ... 
doi:10.1145/378239.378536 dblp:conf/dac/KirovskiDP01 fatcat:fb4tfjd3lzcyzfcp6rubf52cuu

A Cross-System Approach for Multimedia Services with IP Multicast in 4G Networks

Diogo Gomes, Rui L. Aguiar, Susana Sargento
2008 Wireless personal communications  
The increased demand for multimedia services by mobile end users in recent years have driven both Broadcast and Wireless Network operators to develop new systems and architectures for the deployment of  ...  A prototype implementation is further described.  ...  IPv6 multicast is supported by several fields and protocols: a 128 bits group address space, a scope identifier for domain control of the multicast group, a new version of the protocol-independent routing  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11277-008-9626-7 fatcat:2sgnxqrpgjhublc3tufbtubswu

Large-Scale Mobile Multimedia Service Management in Next Generation Networks [chapter]

Daniel Negru, Ahmed Mehaoua, Anastasios Kourtis, Eric LeBars
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The fundamental multimedia applications, for which multicasting is the predominant delivery technique, need to be provided in a mobile environment.  ...  From then, we propose an innovative protocol for an efficient delivery of multimedia services to desired mobile terminals. A solution for an anywhere, anytime, anyhow connection is hence presented.  ...  We introduced a novel approach for an efficient mobility management for Multicast Multimedia Services in IPv6 Networks and proposed the M3IP6 (Mobility for Multicast Multimedia Applications in IPv6 Networks  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30189-9_25 fatcat:wqbur2cjtza6jipw62jz542j2q

Architectural framework for mobile multicast support in wireless mesh networks

Mistura L. Sanni, Aisha-Hassan A. Hashim, Wan Haslina Hassan, Farhat Anwar, Ahmed W. Naji, Gharib S.M. Ahmed
2013 ScienceAsia  
Thus a framework of novel architecture for supporting multicast services for group application delivery over WMN is presented.  ...  A wireless mesh network (WMN) is an infrastructure multihop ad hoc network with broadband capabilities. Multicasting is an efficient mechanism for delivery of group communication.  ...  Hence, the coverage algorithm of mobile anchor placement and the selection and optimization algorithm of IGWCore for the deployment of mobile multicast application are implemented as an integrated concept  ... 
doi:10.2306/scienceasia1513-1874.2013.39s.095 fatcat:pb3wiqratrfahfuandlx2ztcze

Group coordination support for synchronous Internet collaboration

H.-P. Dommel, J.J. Garcia-Luna-Aceves
1999 IEEE Internet Computing  
One new approach integrates group coordination with extended multicast services.  ...  Group coordination mechanisms, such as floor control, support fair access to shared resources whose semantics do not allow for concurrent usage.  ...  INTEGRATION WITH RELIABLE MULTICAST We have developed a way to address this limitation by integrating results from recent work on extended multicast services 5 into group coordination support.  ... 
doi:10.1109/4236.761656 fatcat:nw65sya2l5hztnu24dsxyzv6zi

QoS and QoE Aware N-Screen Multicast Service

Ghulam Sarwar, Farman Ullah, Sungchang Lee
2016 Journal of Sensors  
In the network architecture, we introduce the functions of the QoS and QoE aware multicast group management and the estimation schemes for the QoS and QoE parameters.  ...  We formulate the objective function of the N-Screen multicast grouping to ensure the minimum user's QoE with smaller bandwidth requirement.  ...  This paper presents a novel N-Screen multimedia multicast scheme to minimize the traffic and ensure that the QoE requirements of all group users on their N-Screen devices are met.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2016/8040138 fatcat:eerbqq2rmrckrgp4f2so6ovwca

MarconiNet supporting streaming media over localized wireless multicast

Ashutosh Dutta, Subir Das, Wai Chen, Anthony McAuley, Henning Schulzrinne, Onur Altintas
2002 Proceedings of the 2nd international workshop on Mobile commerce - WMC '02  
This paper discusses some novel application layer techniques that provide a platform for Mobile E-Commerce with a multi-tiered payment and security scheme that supports a business model for a global streaming  ...  The proposed streaming network called MarconiNet is based on standard IETF protocols such as SIP, SAP and SDP for signaling, RTSP for stream control and RTP/RTCP for media delivery and feedback control  ...  ) [8] that provide multicast support for the nonmulticast enabled networks while providing novel ways to support specific application such as content distribution.  ... 
doi:10.1145/570705.570717 dblp:conf/wmc/DuttaDCMSA02 fatcat:gmgtthmvq5afzkl6z5bcgs3x2a

MarconiNet supporting streaming media over localized wireless multicast

Ashutosh Dutta, Subir Das, Wai Chen, Anthony McAuley, Henning Schulzrinne, Onur Altintas
2002 Proceedings of the 2nd international workshop on Mobile commerce - WMC '02  
This paper discusses some novel application layer techniques that provide a platform for Mobile E-Commerce with a multi-tiered payment and security scheme that supports a business model for a global streaming  ...  The proposed streaming network called MarconiNet is based on standard IETF protocols such as SIP, SAP and SDP for signaling, RTSP for stream control and RTP/RTCP for media delivery and feedback control  ...  ) [8] that provide multicast support for the nonmulticast enabled networks while providing novel ways to support specific application such as content distribution.  ... 
doi:10.1145/570714.570717 fatcat:s7e2fae2azarnnaserrtgnmb6q

MI3M: A framework for media independent multicast mobility management

Sérgio Figueiredo, Carlos Guimarães, Daniel Corujo, Rui L. Aguiar
2014 Computer Networks  
This work proposes a novel architecture enabling media-independent multicast mobility management of both multi-interface sources and receivers, while assuring efficient multicast data transport.  ...  Primarily designed for efficient transport, IP multicast will be crucial for the successful deployment of video services such as Personal Broadcasting, but faces several technical limitations in such mobile  ...  Base concepts In the following section, a review of the three base technologies for our work is presented: IP multicast, PMIPv6 and IEEE 802.21.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2014.06.006 fatcat:qwh2kk72fbemxkwwu6dd2y2d4a

Process Analysis of Digital Right Management for Web-Based Multicast Contents

Wildan Toyib, Man-Gon Park
2011 Journal of Korea Multimedia Society  
The basic concepts of this encryption process for web-based multicast content in DRM are implemented in Java.  ...  Which is used in DRM for multicast content in every section, by providing a fundamental in information technology development, we believe this research is reliable to prove that is unprotected copy, and  ...  Multicast is a receiver based concept, receivers join a particular multicast session group and traffic is delivered to all members of that group by the network infrastructure.  ... 
doi:10.9717/kmms.2011.14.12.1601 fatcat:lebi7ryjnfgs7dbmhelqbbpeye

Building open programmable multimedia networks

A.T. Campbell, A.A. Lazar, H. Schulzrinne, R. Stadler
1997 IEEE Multimedia  
We established the COMET Group (Control Management and Telemedia) at Columbia University's Center for Telecommunications Research to provide a comprehensive understanding of network software architecture  ...  Recent advances in distributed systems and transportable software and increasing demand for better quality-of-service (QOS) control in multiservice networks are driving a re-examination of network software  ...  In the early 1990s the COMET group developed the necessary theoretical foundations for engineering QOS in broadband networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/93.580997 fatcat:gpke2vvdyrgnhanwlvhoazuk3i

A Novel High Order Tree for Securing Key Management for Multicast Services

M.Latha M.Latha
2013 IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering  
In this paper, we propose a new group key management scheme for multiple multicast groups, called the master-key-encryption-based multiple group key management (MKE-MGKM) scheme.  ...  With the emergence of diverse group-based services, multiple multicast groups are likely to co-exist in a single network,and users may subscribe to multiple groups simultaneously.  ...  In IP multicast the implementation of the multicast concept occurs at the IP routing level, where routers create optimal distribution paths for data grams sent to a multicast destination address. 2.2  ... 
doi:10.9790/0661-1213640 fatcat:o7twgcz7nffrphmvglasbuljsi

Building open programmable multimedia networks

Andrew T Campbell, Aurel A Lazar, Henning Schulzrinne, Rolf Stadler
1998 Computer Communications  
We established the COMET Group (Control Management and Telemedia) at Columbia University's Center for Telecommunications Research to provide a comprehensive understanding of network software architecture  ...  Recent advances in distributed systems and transportable software and increasing demand for better quality-of-service (QOS) control in multiservice networks are driving a re-examination of network software  ...  In the early 1990s the COMET group developed the necessary theoretical foundations for engineering QOS in broadband networks.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0140-3664(98)00123-6 fatcat:efah7gfddrgxzpsikmnvuwbqiu

Evolving the Convergence of Telecommunication and TV Services over NGN

Adel Al-Hezmi, Thomas Magedanz, Jordi Jaen Pallares, Christian Riede
2008 International Journal of Digital Multimedia Broadcasting  
The final section gives an impression of the system performance by providing the end-to-end signaling delay of a session setup for live TV service delivered over unicast transmission mode.  ...  This paper outlines current standardization activities that address the provisioning of TV services over IP networks—known as IPTV—and proposes a novel end-to-end overall architecture based on IMS that  ...  Their work describes a novel IPTV service named "Click to Multimedia Service."  ... 
doi:10.1155/2008/843270 fatcat:xcessgxpzfa7lfysyluuthuksm
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