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Authoring and E-LOTOS conception of interactive networked multimedia applications in MUSE environment [chapter]

L. P. Gaspary, M. J. Almeida
1998 Performance of Information and Communication Systems  
This work presents MUSE, a graphical environment for modeling interactive networked multimedia applications.  ...  The authoring model proposed in this work and adopted by the tool deals with media objects distributed in a computer network, allowing the definition of acceptable delay thresholds and alternative media  ...  When one deal with media objects like audio and video, however, it is important to determine both a minimum and a maximum presentation duration, since these media objects will be hardly presented at the  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35355-5_24 fatcat:ct4g5fjflvbhtb3v5xqwb7sw24

Modeling and validation support for interactive networked multimedia applications [chapter]

Luciano Paschoal Gaspary, Maria Janilce B. Almeida
1998 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This work presents MUSE, a graphical environment for modeling interactive networked multimedia applications.  ...  The authoring model proposed in this work and adopted by the environment deals with media objects distributed in a computer network, allowing the definition of acceptable delay thresholds and alternative  ...  This is modeled in Scene3, where the animation fragment ANI_P1 is presented in parallel with a button (Interaction). Event Duration and Delay.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-64359-1_773 fatcat:pae6eo2tofakljs4fa433pzssa

MUSE — An interactive networked multimedia applications specification environment with E-LOTOS translator [chapter]

Luciano Paschoal Gaspary, Maria Janilce B. Almeida
1998 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The authoring model proposed in this work and adopted by the environment deals with media objects distributed in a computer network, allowing the definition of acceptable presentation delay thresholds  ...  This work presents MUSE, a graphical environment for modeling interactive networked multimedia applications.  ...  When one deal with media objects like audio and video, however, it is important to determine both a minimum and a maximum presentation duration, since these media objects will be hardly presented at the  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0054230 fatcat:obumaghwfzhltfqw525jxhcwka

Specifying and authoring multimedia scenarios

M. Vazirgiannis, I. Kostalas, T. Sellis
1999 IEEE Multimedia  
Therefore, we aim to transform SMIL documents in our script language and use our tools to check them. MM  ...  The second direction seems especially fruitful since authors are producing more interactive multimedia content for Web pages and SMIL appears promising.  ...  In some cases objects have uncertain starting or ending points (that is, partially unspecified durations).  ... 
doi:10.1109/93.790609 fatcat:vyw72jwd5rcdhgoflakzai7uvm

Reliable Asynchronous Image Transfer Protocol in Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks

Joa-Hyoung Lee, In-Bum Jung
2010 Sensors  
In the paper, we propose a reliable asynchronous image transfer protocol, RAIT.  ...  RAIT applies a double sliding window method to node-to-node transfer, with one sliding window for the receiving queue, which is used to prevent packet loss caused by communication failure between nodes  ...  As a consequence, in order to deal with multimedia content, a network protocol should provide end-to-end reliability of packet transmission, in consideration of the characteristics of multimedia content  ... 
doi:10.3390/s100301487 pmid:22294883 pmcid:PMC3264435 fatcat:macmi75pmzaezahxk2bfm4g5vm

Multimedia in sport – between illusion and realism [chapter]

J. Wiemeyer
2008 Computers in Sport  
In this contribution we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of multimedia.  ...  In 1995, the term 'multimedia' was elected 'word of the year' by the Society of German Language.  ...  has to deal not only with the learning subject as a phenomenon, but also with the cognitive models that stand behind the multimedia presentation.  ... 
doi:10.2495/9781845640644/11 fatcat:oeo4235l2fhfjdvrl4lsturbii

The timely computing base model and architecture

P. Verissimo, A. Casimiro
2002 IEEE transactions on computers  
This creates a difficult-to-solve contradiction with regard to the adequate time model: synchronous, or asynchronous?  ...  However, users of these systems increasingly require services with timeliness properties.  ...  fully synchronous models is very difficult to achieve (if at all possible) in infrastructures with uncertain baseline timeliness properties.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tc.2002.1024739 fatcat:ymiao4gjqvbgdnffrzxcolymxu

Computational Intelligence in Multimedia Networking and Communications: Trends and Future Directions [chapter]

Parthasarathy Guturu
2008 Studies in Computational Intelligence  
This paper presents a review of the current literature on computational intelligence based approaches to various problems in multimedia networking and communications such as call admission control, management  ...  Challenges to be addressed and future directions of research are also presented.  ...  Synchronized presentation of multimedia is an important aspect of nearly all multimedia applications.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-76827-2_2 fatcat:7pat2jzdezcu5jxa5g52qj4fnq

Visualization of Qualitative Locations in Geographic Information Systems

Xiaobai Yao, Bin Jiang
2005 Cartography and Geographic Information Science  
in GIS.  ...  A qualitative location (QL) refers to the reference of a spatial location using linguistic terms such as qualitative descriptions and qualitative spatial relations with other geo-referenced features.  ...  is present (i.e., one general area with uncertain boundaries); and • Both characteristics are present (i.e., multiple locations with uncertain boundaries).  ... 
doi:10.1559/152304005775194683 fatcat:nb42efukdjakhmmijzcsuenfqy

Event composition in time-dependent distributed systems

C. Liebig, M. Cilia, A. Buchmann
1999 Proceedings Fourth IFCIS International Conference on Cooperative Information Systems. CoopIS 99 (Cat. No.PR00384)  
In this paper we introduce a mechanism based on NTP synchronized local clocks with global reference time injected by GPS time servers.  ...  Many interesting application systems, ranging from workflow management and CSCW to air traffic control, are eventdriven and time-dependent and must interact with heterogeneous components in the real world  ...  If accuracy is a requirement, internal clock synchronization algorithms can be integrated with external clock synchronization as in recent hybrid clock synchronization algorithms [15, 40, 46] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/coopis.1999.792159 dblp:conf/coopis/LiebigCB99 fatcat:j2gvqzx34nc3hn5q4phdzastwu

A Unified Broadcast Layer for Horizon 2020 Delivery of Multimedia Services

Matthieu Crussiere, Catherine Douillard, Christian Gallard, Marie Le Bot, Benjamin Ros, Arnaud Bouttier, Alain Untersee
2014 IEEE transactions on broadcasting  
In the context of such a cooperative approach, this paper proposes the definition of a unified broadcast layer, close to the 3GPP LTE technology, and therefore liable to be easily integrated in mobile  ...  It is expected that, in the coming years, the video data traffic carried by mobile networks will increase drastically.  ...  in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tbc.2014.2315764 fatcat:ruxb4m5qlzaljfbskgadoeosq4

Temporal Consistency Among Five-Sensory Events: Application to Multimedia Technology

V.K Murthy, E.V Krishnamurthy
2011 International Journal of Computer Networks & Communications  
This algorithm will be very useful for applications in Web 2.0 location-based context awareness in multimedia technology.  ...  Since a multimedia message containing fused five-sensory information describes patterns of occurrence of events in the real world, the invocation of a partially ordered sequence of such messages in a given  ...  This consistency is analogous to the "lip synchronization problem (the synchronization of a video with audio and lip movements)".  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijcnc.2011.3612 fatcat:xmztkzgd75g5hb2aw4dw6zb454

Verifying Service Continuity in a Dynamic Reconfiguration Procedure: Application to a Satellite System

L. Apvrille, P. de Saqui-Sannes, P. Sénac, C. Lohr
2004 Automated Software Engineering : An International Journal  
TURTLE extends UML class diagrams with composition operators, and activity diagrams with temporal operators.  ...  The paper discusses the use of the TURTLE UML profile to model and verify service continuity during dynamic reconfiguration of embedded software, and space-based telecommunication software in particular  ...  According to Kramer (1985) , so-called "intrinsic" properties deal with the application's internal logical consistency.  ... 
doi:10.1023/b:ause.0000017742.47984.6c fatcat:csks3tv6ufbwflfgwfny3ixp7y

Scheduling multimedia services in a low-power MAC for wireless and mobile ATM networks

Jyh-Cheng Chen, K.M. Sivalingam, P. Agrawal, R. Acharya
1999 IEEE transactions on multimedia  
Most scheduling algorithms proposed for either wired or wireless networks were analyzed with homogeneous traffic or multimedia services with simplified traffic models.  ...  Based on the structure of EC-MAC and the characteristics of wireless channel, we propose a new algorithm that can deal with the burst errors and the locationdependent errors.  ...  In addition, realistic multimedia traffic models were not used to investigate the performance. It is uncertain how well these algorithms will be for multimedia terminals with limited battery power.  ... 
doi:10.1109/6046.766739 fatcat:tm4cectsbbdy5aulxqfm3anpji

Events in Multimedia Electronic Chronicles (E-Chronicles)

Utz Westermann, Ramesh Jain
2006 International Journal on Semantic Web and Information Systems (IJSWIS)  
We believe that to deal with dynamic information, events should be used as the fundamental basis in organizing and accessing information.  ...  We present multimedia electronic chronicles (e-chronicles) as an example of emerging systems that need such technology.  ...  We also thank Susanne Boll, Rahul Singh, Sharad Mehrotra, and several other members of RESCUE team for discussions related to the role of event models in many emerging applications.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jswis.2006040101 fatcat:7jpzloayo5b4fbzmcdanxxf6ea
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