Advances in Multimedia Information Systems: 4th International Workshop, MIS'98, Istanbul, Turkey September 24-26, 1998, Proceedings
Sushil Jajodia, M. Tamar Özsu, Asuman Dogac
Springer, Oct 16, 1998 - Multimedia systems - 207 pages
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Multimedia Information Systems, MIS'98, held in Istanbul, Turkey, in September 1998. The book presents 13 revised full papers together with six short papers and two abstracts of invited talks. Among the topics addressed are multimedia storage system design, image storage and retrieval, quality of service considerations, networking support for multimedia information systems, distributed virtual environments, and multimedia system architecture issues.
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Quality of Service Support for Multimedia Data on Internet Invited Talk
Dynamic Skyscraper Broadcasts for VideoonDemand
Deciding Round Length and Striping Unit Size for Multimedia Servers
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admission control ADUs algorithm annotation application approach architecture audio average client bandwidth bandwidth requirements BECN Berlin Heidelberg 1998 buffer cells per frame channels color histogram components Computer Congestion Control constraints data model data rate database systems defined disk bandwidth distributed DMDBMS Dogac Eds dynamic skyscraper encoding environment example feature extraction full motion video function HERMES heterogeneous IEEE image compression IMP-space implemented information objects information retrieval Integration interactive interface interval Jajodia km link M.T. Ozsu macroblocks media objects multimedia data multimedia database Multimedia Information Multimedia Systems multimedia view network-conscious node number of cells optimal paper parameters partition performance playback Proc protocol provides query language scheme segment broadcast sequence service period simulation skyscraper broadcasts specified storage strategy streams striping structure transmission cluster tuple utilization video data virtual world visual wavelet workload