Dynamic and Robust Streaming in and between Connected Consumer-Electronic Devices by Peter van der StokDynamic and Robust Streaming in and between Connected Consumer-Electronic Devices by Peter van der Stok

Dynamic and Robust Streaming in and between Connected Consumer-Electronic Devices

EditorPeter van der Stok

Paperback | October 28, 2010

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Dynamic and Robust Streaming in and between Connected Consumer-Electronic Devices addresses a subject that is becoming more important over the years. On the one hand the arrival of home networks is imminent, and on the other hand we notice that chips integrate more and more functionality. The home network interconnects the Consumer Electronic (CE) devices in the home, and the individual CE-devices incorporate the chips to realize a ubiquitous streaming of video streams over this network.Making such networks robust against user (re)configurations takes a large design effort. Both network and chips must be resilient against unexpected user behavior, perturbed communication, and unexpected inputs. The networks and chips must support a dynamic environment in which the user selects new videos, changes destinations or sources and generally does not want to be bothered by logistic issues in these networks. Traditionally, a network operator manages the network to adapt to user wishes. In the home, no such operator is present. and measures must be taken in chips and network to auto-manage the network.This book provides a comprehensive overview of the challenges that face us. The book shows that there are many similarities between traditional networking and networks in the chip. However, there are some different operational conditions that lead to original solutions.Dynamic and Robust Streaming in and between Connected Consumer-Electronic Devices focuses on the robustness aspects of the chosen technologies in the area of video steaming. Management of resources such as memory, bandwidth, CPU cycles, bus -cycles is an aspect that is prominent in many of the sections.
Title:Dynamic and Robust Streaming in and between Connected Consumer-Electronic DevicesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:248 pages, 9.45 × 6.3 × 0 inPublished:October 28, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048168694

ISBN - 13:9789048168699

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Introduction; Peter van der Stok, Building predictable systems on chip: an analysis of guaranteed communication in the aethereal network on chip; Om Prakash Gangwal, Andrei Radulescu, Kees Goossens, Santiago González Pestana and Edwin Rijpkema, Service-based design of systems on chip and networks on chip; Kees Goossens, Santiago González Pestana, John Dielissen, Om Prakash Gangwal, Jef van Meerbergen, Andrei Radulescu, Edwin Rijpkema, and Paul Wielage, Cache-coherent heterogeneous multiprocessing as basis for streaming applications; Jos van Eijndhoven, Jan Hoogerbrugge, Jayram M.N., Paul Stravers, and Andrei Terechko, Dataflow analysis for real-time embedded multiprocessor system design; Marco Bekooij, Rob Hoes, Orlando Moreira, Peter Poplavko, Milan Pastrnak, Bart Mesman, Jan David Mol, Sander Stuijk, Valentin Gheorghita, and Jef van Meerbergen, Resource reservations in shared-memory multiprocessor SOCs; Clara Otero Pérez, Martijn Rutten, Liesbeth Steffens, Jos van Eijndhoven, and Paul Stravers, Streaming in consumer products, beyond processing data; Giel van Doren, and Bas Engel, A robust component model for consumer electronic products; Hugh Maaskant, Robust video streaming over wireless in-home networks; Jeffrey Kang, Harmke de Groot, Peter van der Stok, Dmitri Jarnikov, Iulian Nitescu, and Felix Ogg, Perceived quality of wirelessly transported videos; Reinder Haakma, Dmitri Jarnikov, and Peter van der Stok