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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We have developed a real-time operating system kernel which has been used to support the transmission and reception of streams of live digital audio and video in real-time as part of a workstation-based conferencing application. An experimental environment consisting of a number of workstations interconnected with a 16 Mbit token ring has been created and used to evaluate quantitatively the performance of the kernel and conferencing application, as well as the quality of the conferences theydoi:10.1007/3-540-55639-7_2 fatcat:5tvmrg4a2veflnjn4oowozu3ke