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Performance of Information and Communication Systems
This work presents MUSE, a graphical environment for modeling interactive networked multimedia applications. Through an advanced graphic interface and a new high-level authoring model, it is possible to create complex systems in a fast and intuitive way. 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 objects. Due to the large expressivenessdoi:10.1007/978-0-387-35355-5_24 fatcat:ct4g5fjflvbhtb3v5xqwb7sw24