Multimedia Systems discusses the basic characteristics of multimedia operating systems, networking and communication, and multimedia middleware systems. The overall goal of the book is to provide a broad understanding of multimedia systems and applications in an integrated manner: a multimedia application and its user interface must be developed in an integrated fashion with underlying multimedia middleware, operating systems, networks, security, and multimedia devices. Fundamental characteristics of multimedia operating and distributed communication systems are presented, especially scheduling algorithms and other OS supporting approaches for multimedia applications with soft-real-time deadlines, multimedia file systems and servers with their decision algorithms for data placement, scheduling and buffer management, multimedia communication, transport, and streaming protocols, services with their error control, congestion control and other Quality of Service aware and adaptive algorithms, synchronization services with their skew control methods, and group communication with their group coordinating algorithms and other distributed services.URsched Scheduler at the User Level Kamada, Yuhara and Ono [KY096] implemented the soft-real-time scheduler at the ... and the SRT scheduler provides mechanisms and policies to enforce and adapt reservations for various CPU serviceanbsp;...
|Author||:||Ralf Steinmetz, Klara Nahrstedt|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2004-03-11|