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Services, Frameworks, and Paradigms for Distributed Multimedia Applications

M. Muhlhauser, J. Gecsei
1996 IEEE Multimedia  
As a way to alleviate this problem, we make the case for an encompassing framework in which all services would be offered under a unifying paradigm.  ...  While such services pave the way towards sophisticated multimedia support even in distributed systems, using them still makes the task of developers quite tedious.  ...  programming and the handling of distributed multiple-media documents (such as the World-Wide Web).  ... 
doi:10.1109/mmul.1996.556539 fatcat:rprbbw4rbrdnhpo35llmur2swy

MediaWise - Designing a Smart Media Cloud [article]

Dimitrios Georgakopoulos, Rajiv Ranjan, Karan Mitra, Xiangmin Zhou
2012 arXiv   pre-print
In addition to integrating such public cloud services into a public cloud-based Content Delivery Network, the MediaWise Cloud also provides advanced Quality of Service (QoS) management as required for  ...  The project develops a MediaWise Cloud platform that supports do-it-yourself creation, search, management, and consumption of multimedia content.  ...  for on demand prediction of expected QoS for media delivery requests. • Supply content management services that can be used by content managers (a class of users that is currently not supported by CDNs  ... 
arXiv:1206.1943v2 fatcat:uqidkpkkajfq3nbtcl7cp7r6im

MPEG-21 Integrated Cross Layer QoS Adaptation Architecture for Multimedia Applications in Future MANETs to Support Heterogeneous Network Environment

Arunkumar BR
2013 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Different variety of multimedia-enabled end-user devices continues increase in number and expectation of ubiquitous customer irrespective their terminal capabilities in a heterogeneous environment offered  ...  Potential computing expects MANETs to work with interoperability offering quality of service as professed by the user in a heterogeneous environment.  ...  A node may have to support multihoming as a natural feature as explained in [1] and shown in Figure 1. Figure1 . A MANET to support in a heterogeneous environment [27].  ... 
doi:10.5120/10654-5420 fatcat:br5v2wv5x5e6de7mol67mmfoza

Analysis of Impact of Differentiated Services (DiffServ) on the Quality of Services (QoS) Parameters of Major Services of Internet

Rana Muhammad Nadeem, Rana Muhammad Saleem, Rab Nawaz Bashir, Sidra Habib
2017 Indian Journal of Science and Technology  
Objectives: Differentiated Services are implemented by marking in the Internet Protocol (IP) packet header and treat them differently on the basis of the requirements of the services to which a packet  ...  Method: In order to determine the impact of the Differentiated Services on the Quality of Services parameters of the different services like Electronic-Mail, web browsing, IP telephony are selected for  ...  Let review each of the major service of the Internet. 1.3.1-World Wide Web (WWW) World Wide Web (WWW) is the most popular Internet service that offer transfer of specially structured document (Hyper  ... 
doi:10.17485/ijst/2017/v10i31/116345 fatcat:3msjymbimjcn5lkhxat7lien3q

MediaWise cloud content orchestrator

Rajiv Ranjan, Karan Mitra, Dimitrios Georgakopoulos
2013 Journal of Internet Services and Applications  
These industries are using the Internet and cloud as a medium to enable creation, search, management and consumption of their content.  ...  To overcome these limitations, in this paper, we propose, develop and validate a novel system called MediaWise Cloud Content Orchestrator (MCCO).  ...  Yet many cloud providers contract service-level agreements which stipulate specific QoS targets, such as how fast a web page is served.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1869-0238-4-2 fatcat:pxgi6bwlsrcqhlen6khuskcz3y

A survey of quality of service in mobile computing environments

Dan Chalmers, Morris Sloman
1999 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
of connection, which all impact the ability to manage and deliver the required QoS in a mobile environment.  ...  The specification and management of Quality of Service (QoS) is important in networks and distributed computing systems, particularly to support multimedia applications.  ...  to manage QoS in a mobile environment.  ... 
doi:10.1109/comst.1999.5340514 fatcat:yoym4qy4unhh5mjfjcni7onw5e

Content Networking in the Mobile Internet [chapter]

Sudhir Dixit, Tao Wu
2005 Content Networking in the Mobile Internet  
The outer circle shows the wide area network (WAN) that interconnects the world of personal communications with the rest of the world (cyberworld) in a seamless manner.  ...  Media encoding and decoding methods that are widely used in mobile networks are also discussed.  ... 
doi:10.1002/047147827x.ch1 fatcat:f4b5p5c27ngqdglvkijugpucri

Middleware R&D challenges for distributed real-time and embedded systems

Douglas C. Schmidt, Aniruddha Gokhale, Richard E. Schantz, Joseph P. Loyall
2004 ACM SIGBED Review  
Acknowledgements The middleware research agenda presented in this paper is based in part on discussions that took place in conjunction with the Software Design and Productivity Coordinating  ...  The world wide web is often the world wide wait, because little systems engineering or attention has been paid to enforcing end-to-end QoS issues, and Grid computing architectures and tools are not aligned  ...  to the mainstream IT community and which incorporate various levels of middleware as part of the overall development process. • World Wide Web middleware standards (such as web servers, HTTP protocols  ... 
doi:10.1145/1121554.1121556 fatcat:fcey65sfknduva5dtwzvnnw3by

Emerging research areas in SIP-based converged services for extended Web clients

Michael Adeyeye, Paolo Bellavista
2013 World wide web (Bussum)  
Even if this trend is widely recognized, there are still a few industrial-level solutions that effectively support session mobility in a transparent way and with the capability of openly integrating with  ...  In addition, its technical originality includes integrating a SIP stack into a Web browser, thus offering the advantage of extending a Web browser to act as a SIP client.  ...  Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License which permits any use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author(s)  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11280-013-0238-0 fatcat:sppnunil7vfhzc2axok6bllzx4

Realising Real Time Multimedia Groupware on the Web [article]

Colin Allison, Martin Bateman, Alan Ruddle
2001 Eurographics Multimedia Workshop  
In addition to linking audio and video media rendering quality to the predicted network QoS, the use of models to reduce bandwidth is also explored, replacing video content with control data.  ...  Real-time audio and video conferencing has not yet been satisfactorily integrated into web-based groupware environments.  ...  Group Resource Allocation In practical terms, tutors construct a collaborative learning environment by using the Users, Groups and Resources management tool.  ... 
doi:10.2312/egmm/egmm01/043-054 fatcat:adq6ko36kbdivoh7nwryyu3sqe

Reporting an Experience on Design and Implementation of e-Health Systems on Azure Cloud [chapter]

Shilin Lu, Rajiv Ranjan, Peter Strazdins
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we present an approach to migrate the ICT systems in the e-Health sector from traditional in-house Client/Server (C/S) architecture to the virtualised cloud computing environment.  ...  for automatic management (storage, processing, and archiving) of information.  ...  The web-role is an IIS media service which can receive the video streaming through a push point, for instance, domain.com/push.isml/mainifest.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-41428-2_12 fatcat:ytchntfsivbqffihvedzpyxq3u

Realising Real Time Multimedia Groupware on the Web [chapter]

Colin Allison, Martin Bateman, Alan Ruddle
2002 Eurographics  
In addition to linking audio and video media rendering quality to the predicted network QoS, the use of models to reduce bandwidth is also explored, replacing video content with control data.  ...  Real-time audio and video conferencing has not yet been satisfactorily integrated into web-based groupware environments.  ...  Group Resource Allocation In practical terms, tutors construct a collaborative learning environment by using the Users, Groups and Resources management tool.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-7091-6103-6_6 fatcat:uuutrq4zg5bsffxf66qr5ym2wm

IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM - Application-Level QoS Negotiation and Signaling for Advanced Multimedia Services in the IMS

Lea Skorin-Kapov, Miran Mosmondor, Ognjen Dobrijevic, Maja Matijasevic
2007 IEEE Communications Magazine  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors acknowledge the support of Ericsson Nikola Tesla research project SESAME and research projects 036-0362027-1639 and 071-362027-2329 funded by the Ministry of Science, Education  ...  To support novel media-rich applications across a wide range of user devices and access networks, IMS must support negotiable quality of service (QoS) for IP multimedia sessions.  ...  Possible enhancements to QoS negotiation in the IMS are presented. Signaling for a case study involving an IMS-supported virtual-environment game is described.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2007.382669 fatcat:jh722o7hevfxto62vh44qqfdm4

A self-adaptive service provisioning framework for 3G+/4G mobile applications

S. Karlich, T. Zahariadis, N. Zervos, N. Nikolaou, B. Jennings, V. Kollias, T. Magedanz
2004 IEEE wireless communications  
For this highly heterogeneous communications and services environment, we propose a self-adaptive service provisioning middleware framework (ASPF), which, by interoperating with existing wireless and wireline  ...  This means that in such an NGN environment different end systems, access networks, and service platforms have to be integrated.  ...  In addition, the API supports capability and application management through a so-called framework API [4] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/mwc.2004.1351681 fatcat:kdp6ciugondsfpqyps5jhszkti

Model-Based System Development for Asynchronous Distance Learning

Shu-Ching Chen, Sheng-Tun Li, Mei-Ling Shyu
2003 International Journal of Distance Education Technologies  
The MATN model is powerful in modeling the synchronization and quality-of-service (QoS) for distance learning multimedia presentations.  ...  Furthermore, the initial experimental results show that our system is cost effective and has a wide range of applications.  ...  Moreover, the seamless integration of the overwhelming World Wide Web (WWW) and the emerging Java technology further endorses the universal accessibility to diverse distance learning services.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jdet.2003100103 fatcat:jfyryx3k4vdxreeqcd6rayskgi
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