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Integrated multimedia at Sun Microsystems [chapter]

James Hanko, David Berry, Thomas Jacobs, Daniel Steinberg
1992 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper describes some of Sun's multimedia work: VideoPix, Sun Audio, the Advanced Multimedia Platforms project, and the High Resolution Video Workstation project.  ...  The system connects CD-I system and the "workstation with a SCSI interface.  ...  of video, audio, and textual data within a workstation, and enable real-time conferencing between widely distributed sites.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-55639-7_26 fatcat:pnnranuql5gqvoxzeogmr6736i

Multimedia teletutoring over a Trans-European ATM network [chapter]

Yu-Hong Pusztaszeri, Maurice Alou, Ernst W. Biersack, Philippe Dubois, Jean-Paul Gaspoz, Pascal Gros, Jean-Pierre Hubaux
1994 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Focus is placed on the interactive audio and video communication part of the application.  ...  The aim of this paper is to describe the BETEL teletutoring platform and its building blocks, together with performance evaluation, limitations and future enhancements of this prototype.  ...  Sun Sparc10 stations equipped with Parallax boards were used for audio and video acquisition and transmission, while Hewlett-Packard (HP) workstations were used as workspaces which could be shared between  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-58494-3_26 fatcat:fkw7corx7bdc3b5rytdozzbndq

An Overview of the Susi Control System [chapter]

R. A. Minard, A. J. Booth, W. J. Tango, T. ten Brummelaar, H. Bennis, S. M. Owens
1994 Very High Angular Resolution Imaging  
The SUSI control system is a distributed real-time system currently consisting of 17 processors.  ...  A custom real-time operating system and network protocols ensure synchronous operation of servo loops across multiple processors.  ...  Soft real-time computers include a Sun 386i workstation running UNIX and 3 IBM-compatible 386 PCs running MS-DOS.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-011-0880-5_28 fatcat:7fzxyb3bqzfcbgcqx7lcm5v4vi

An Overview of the SUSI Control System

R. A. Minard, A. J. Booth, W. J. Tango, T. Ten Brummelaar, H. Bennis, S. M. Owens
1994 Symposium - International astronomical union  
The SUSI control system is a distributed real-time system currently consisting of 17 processors.  ...  A custom real-time operating system and network protocols ensure synchronous operation of servo loops across multiple processors.  ...  Soft real-time computers include a Sun 386i workstation running UNIX and 3 IBM-compatible 386 PCs running MS-DOS.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0074180900107533 fatcat:3vqfamxubbct5pmnpzimazhrem

ISABEL Experimental distributed cooperative work application over broadband networks [chapter]

Tomás P. Miguel, Santiago Pavón, Joaquín Salvachua, Juan Quemada Vives, Pedro Luís Chas Alonso, Javier Fernandez-Amigo, Carlos Acuña, Lidia Rodriguez Yamamoto, Vasco Lagarto, Joao Vastos
1994 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The paper describes the functionality of ISABEL and its use to support real experiments.  ...  The application has been developed to cover two main fields: distance learning activities between two or more real conference rooms and a flexible framework to configure many different computer support  ...  This board allows to decompress several video sources without allocate all cpu resources. Parallax board used a variant of JPEG standard called MJPEG to allow the compression of real time video.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-58494-3_29 fatcat:jvoijw7ienh2jeb45pvjswpcvi

Workstation support for time-critical applications [chapter]

James G. Hanko, Eugene M. Kuerner, J. Duane Northcutt, Gerard A. Wall
1992 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
During the first talk, Jim Hanko from SUN Microsystems presented a paper co: authored with Eugene Kuerner, Duane Northcutt, and Gerald Wall on "Workstation Support for Time-Critical Applications," introducing  ...  Yet, audio and video have slightly different requirements than traditional real-time applications.  ...  Conclusion We are applying a methodology of effectively providing, organizing, and managing system resources to the problem of integrating multimedia into the distributed workstation programming environment  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-55639-7_1 fatcat:guq3tfp4gveajlkq34gh2p7wr4

New Software Products

1989 Nature Biotechnology  
Write in 825 on Reader Service Card Silicon Graphics (Mountain View, CA) offers Personal Iris TM, a relatively low-cost ($16,000), real-time, threedimensional personal workstation.  ...  Fully integrated with BBN's RS/1 ® software, RS/Discover can also be integrated with QCA quality control analysis software.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nbt0189-78 fatcat:knzrqlhj5bhvfdxm6crmmkvpj4

An architecture for Naval telemedicine

W.J. Chimiak, R.O. Rainer, J.M. Chimiak, R. Martinez
1997 IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine  
It integrates the informatics infrastructure and provides a medical telepresence among participants.  ...  various combinations of the following components: Fleet Naval Medical Consultation and Diagnostic Centers, Shipboard Naval Medical Consultation and Diagnostic Centers (hospital ship or combatant ships with  ...  For instance, a physician may not be as concerned with seeing real-time video when listening to patient's lung sounds, but the audio quality of the system needs to relay accurate diagnostic information  ... 
doi:10.1109/4233.594058 pmid:11020812 fatcat:bmeifarwovbqhbimrn2a7wigfu

Page 248 of Behavior Research Methods Vol. 26, Issue 2 [page]

1994 Behavior Research Methods  
248 KIELEY rently available software creates a collaborative writing environment that allows students to interact with each other and with their teachers over a network in real time.  ...  Although the day may not be here yet when anyone can routinely sit at a desk or terminal and have instant real-time audio-video communications with any¬ one anywhere in the world at an affordable price  ... 

Design considerations for a Multimedia Network Distribution Center [chapter]

Riccardo Gusella, Massimo Maresca
1992 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The papers presented in Session VI dealt with four very different multimedia projects which are summarized in chronological order.  ...  to decompress in real-time.  ...  Experiments were done on an Ethernet network with SUN hosts running UNIX, including the TCP/IP protocol set. Video frames were in the order of 100 Kbytes.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-55639-7_16 fatcat:rs76sp2h6varznbit3auupwzmy

Architectural aspects of multimedia CD-I integration in UNIX/X-Windows workstations [chapter]

Klaus Meißner
1992 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
on the critical problems concerning real-time handling.  ...  A description of the basic requirements for the integration of CD-I in professional workstations follows.  ...  The continuous transfer of mouse events to the CD-I system is needed for two classes of operations: D the mouse movements control real-time video or graphics operations (drawing programs, or video games  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-55639-7_27 fatcat:mmffsx7zerhm5czoe4lhhxp4ie

Software Motion Pictures

Burkhard K. Neidecker-Lutz, Robert Ulichney
1993 Digital technical journal of Digital Equipment Corporation  
The decompression part offers device independence and integrates well with existing window systems and application programming interfaces.  ...  Software motion pictures features a portable, low-cost solution to digital video playback.  ...  Also, only onethird of the uncompressed video data is usually read in, making grayscale compression fast enough to enable real-time compression on faster workstations and videoconferencing applications  ... 
dblp:journals/dtj/Neidecker-LutzU93 fatcat:cy5cuj7pvnh3lk3xinmobdt5y4

On-demand regional television over the Internet

Haakon Bryhni, Hilde Lovett, Erling Maartmann-Moe, Dag Solvoll, Tryggve Sørensen
1996 Proceedings of the fourth ACM international conference on Multimedia - MULTIMEDIA '96  
As far as we know this is the first regular real-time news-on-demand service where a television stXion on a daily basis digitizes a full news transmission and makes it available to the public over the  ...  We present a regional news on demand television service over the Internet develo~d for the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK), using a distributed video server and a WWW-integrated software-only  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The LAVA project has mainly been financed by the Norwegian Research Council with additional support from Uninett AS.  ... 
doi:10.1145/244130.244153 dblp:conf/mm/BryhniLMSS96 fatcat:zgzjgl7m3rfnzaey7zjvzhq4t4

Infrared Thermal Wave Studies of Composites [chapter]

T. Ahmed, H. J. Jin, X. Wang, L. D. Favro, P. K. Kuo, R. L. Thomas
1991 Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation  
The system consists of an IR video camera (Inframetrics IR 600), a real-time image processor (Datacube), a computer workstation (Sun 3/160C), and up to eight flash heating units (Balcar-Starflash 3) with  ...  Our infrared thermal wave imaging system [1] [2] [3] consists of an infrared camera and a real-time image processor under the control of a computer workstation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4615-3742-7_136 fatcat:tnxiaywb7fcrxkev5qvgjeklvm

Infrared thermal wave studies of composites

1993 NDT & E international  
The system consists of an IR video camera (Inframetrics IR 600), a real-time image processor (Datacube), a computer workstation (Sun 3/160C), and up to eight flash heating units (Balcar-Starflash 3) with  ...  Our infrared thermal wave imaging system [1] [2] [3] consists of an infrared camera and a real-time image processor under the control of a computer workstation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0963-8695(93)90292-3 fatcat:pb4ktu5wp5fcthxq6dd2pnmfsy
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