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Multimedia: where are we now and where do we go from here?

James M. Kieley
1996 Behavoir research methods, instruments & computers  
Word of failed attempts at fully exploiting the capabilities of multimedia may be more familiar. Specific examples of substandard efforts are rarely identified or analyzed in detail.  ...  Successes are usually only known by the limited number of students who have sat through a given class and perhaps by a fortunate few colleagues who have seen an innovative demonstration presented at a  ...  Where Did We Come From?  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03204786 fatcat:nncc7ywzifhvlawavp4d7qyu34

Quality of Service: Where are We ? [chapter]

R. Steinmetz, L. C. Wolf
1997 Building QoS into Distributed Systems  
The most prominent of these applications are distributed multimedia applications which transmit and process audiovisual information streams.  ...  Furthermore, past, actual, and future issues are discussed which we consider to be important for QoS architectures.  ...  These problems can be solved by 'middleware' approaches (e.g., [9) ) where media scaling methods are integrated into a general system support for multimedia.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35170-4_25 fatcat:rpkgqrcgpzc3nnnynjm3jdwymy

Electronic Publishing in Science - Where are We Now?

F A Mastroddi
1997 Serials: The Journal for the Serials Community  
"~ Serials -Vol.20, no& Mmch 1997 F A Mastroddi Electronic Publishing in Sciencew k e we we now?  ...  Networks and senrices: there are several evolutionary paths for networkers.  ... 
doi:10.1629/1033 fatcat:fls2cusdqbgybb45jc6mkdffdq

Next Generation 911: Where Are We? What Have We Learned? What Lies Ahead?

Carol Davids, Vijay K. Gurbani, Salvatore Loreto, Ravi Subramanyan
2017 IEEE Communications Magazine  
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) signaling elements are shown in blue, data-bases in yellow, and public switched telephone network (PSTN) elements in beige.  ...  Calls that arrive from IP networks use SIP for signaling and Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) for voice and video.  ...  He has made contributions in Internet transport protocols (e.g., TCP, SCTP), signal protocols (e.g., SIP, XMPP), VoIP, IP-telephony convergence, conferencing over IP, 3GPP IP Multimedia Subsys-tem, HTTP  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2017.7823350 fatcat:6jza7y7qmzcthb7xpredjgl45u

Congestion Control Protocols for Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks

2016 International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)  
Wireless Sensor Network(WSN) are now evolved as Wireless Multimedia Sensor networks(WMSN) which are used to collect audio video data in various applications.  ...  In this paper different congestion control protocols are discussed for multimedia communication in WMSN.  ...  In this section few congestion control protocols are considered. WCCP [1] proposes a congestion control protocol for wireless Multimedia sensor network.  ... 
doi:10.21275/v5i3.nov162108 fatcat:omfu4a7babd65gnpidqdexla2y

Session Initiation Protocol [chapter]

2016 Multimedia Networks  
has decided to use SIP for signaling and work is ongoing to meet 3GPP network and IP multimedia system requirements.  ...  Session Initiation Protocol, SIP, provides controlplane signaling for the IP networks.  ...  Limitations to usage SIP and SDP are extremely extendable protocols. Still, there are areas where they are not appropriate. Some of the areas are discussed below [39] .  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781119090151.ch6 fatcat:zedcdpf465bvzofxk3ss4iklle

A Hierarchical Multi-hop Multimedia Routing Protocol for Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks

Denis Rosário, Rodrigo Costa, Helder Paraense, Kássio Machado, Eduardo Cerqueira, Torsten Braun, Zhongliang Zhao
2012 Network Protocols and Algorithms  
Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks (WMSNs) play an important role in pervasive and ubiquitous systems.  ...  PEMuR) in terms of network lifetime and video quality level.  ...  Hence, it is different from existing hierarchical routing protocols presented in Section 2, where the nodes at least have to Network Protocols and Algorithms ISSN 1943 -3581 2012 www.macrothink.org/npa  ... 
doi:10.5296/npa.v4i4.2121 fatcat:5iotvx5ibvbl3efmxizly56weq

Multimedia group synchronization protocols for integrated services networks

I.F. Akyildiz, Wei Yen
1996 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
This paper introduces new group synchronization protocols for real time, multimedia applications, including teleconference, teleorchstration and multimedia on demand services.  ...  The only Ca-primi knowIedge the protocols require is an upper bound on the end-to-end delay.  ...  CONCLUSION Our work provides synchronization protocols for multimedia traffic in integrated services networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/49.481702 fatcat:zitve6elqfcttlhr57qsn4qaoy

Internet Protocols Over Wireless Networks [chapter]

GEORGE C. POLYZOS, GEORGE XYLOMENOS
2001 Multimedia Communications  
We discuss the problems that arise when standard Internet protocols are used over wireless links, such as degraded Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) performance when wireless errors are interpreted as  ...  We use case studies drawn from commercial Wireless Local Area Networks and cellular telephony systems to illustrate these problems.  ...  SUMMARY We presented the performance problems faced by Internet protocols when deployed over wireless networks. We also discussed existing performance enhancements at various protocol layers.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-012282160-8/50015-3 fatcat:dbojgt4dxncndoz2vpwm5agbbm

Protocol architecture for multimedia applications over ATM networks

D.D. Kandlur, D. Saha, M. Willebeek-LeMair
1996 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
In this paper we describe the semantics of such a protocol stack, and discuss its advantages over traditional protocol architectures from the perspective of distributed multimedia applications.  ...  Although a considerable e ort is underway to tune these protocols for ATM networks, we believe that a new ATM speci c protocol stack i s e s s e n tial to e ectively exploit all the bene ts of ATM.  ...  Concluding Remarks We h a ve proposed a new protocol architecture tailored to ATM networks which is particularly suitable for multimedia applications.  ... 
doi:10.1109/49.536484 fatcat:azluk6cqrrduxjo52vebp2woyi

Protocol architecture for multimedia applications over ATM networks

Dilip D. Kandlur, Debanjan Saha, M. Willebeek-LeMair
1995 Computer communication review  
In this paper we describe the semantics of such a protocol stack, and discuss its advantages over traditional protocol architectures from the perspective of distributed multimedia applications.  ...  Although a considerable e ort is underway to tune these protocols for ATM networks, we believe that a new ATM speci c protocol stack i s e s s e n tial to e ectively exploit all the bene ts of ATM.  ...  Concluding Remarks We h a ve proposed a new protocol architecture tailored to ATM networks which is particularly suitable for multimedia applications.  ... 
doi:10.1145/214299.214301 fatcat:7mhkkgzawrcjxbaqk73zcxpjau

Cross-Layer Protocols for Multimedia Communications over Wireless Networks [article]

Jaydip Sen
2012 arXiv   pre-print
, namely real-time multimedia applications.  ...  Delivering real-time multimedia traffic over a complex network like the Internet is a particularly challenging task since these applications have strict quality-of-service (QoS) requirements on bandwidth  ...  Various issues and challenges for designing cross-layer, cross-network protocols are these emerging networks are also presented.  ... 
arXiv:1110.0147v2 fatcat:mhnqcuowkveozi4zede5pyeu5a

A Call Admission Control Protocol for Multimedia Cellular Networks

Ayman Elnaggar, Mokhtar Aboelaze, Maan Musleh
2008 Journal of Networks  
In this paper, we propose a call admission control protocol for cellular multimedia wireless networks.  ...  Multimedia networks are characterized by a wide variety of bandwidth requests, priorities, and drop-off/rejection requirements by different customers.  ...  In this paper, we propose a borrowing based call admission control protocol for multimedia based wireless networks. Our protocol supports priority in both admission and borrowing.  ... 
doi:10.4304/jnw.3.8.45-54 fatcat:tcw45iok2nd3ng5wbybw4p2poy

Design of Dynamic MAC protocol for Wireless Multimedia Networks

Subba Rao PSV
2012 International Journal of Wireless & Mobile Networks  
A Dynamic MAC protocol is developed for WCDMA wireless multimedia networks. It uses multiple slots per frame allowing multiple users to transmit simultaneously using their own CDMA codes.  ...  By simulation results, we show that our proposed MAC protocol achieves 100% throughput under low contention and 90% throughput under high contention and also reduces power consumption.  ...  In this paper, we have developed a Dynamic MAC protocol for wireless multimedia networks.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijwmn.2012.4105 fatcat:laxrylse5vb3vnfcjcr4ohflxm

Study of Multimedia Delivery over Software Defined Networks

Jose Miguel Jimenez, Oscar Romero, Albert Rego, Avinash Dilendra, Jaime Lloret
2016 Network Protocols and Algorithms  
This paper shows a performance comparison between Mininet and a real network when multimedia streams are being delivered.  ...  They have great potential in both the creation and development of new network protocols and the inclusion of distributed artificial intelligence in the network.  ...  To send the multimedia traffic, we have used a Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) specified by the IETF through the RFC 1889 [9] .  ... 
doi:10.5296/npa.v7i4.8794 fatcat:misdqnscifa43bthechxfovisy
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