Future Multimedia Networking: Second International Workshop, Fmn 2009, Coimbra, Portugal, June 22-23, 2009, Proceedings: Second I by Andreas MautheFuture Multimedia Networking: Second International Workshop, Fmn 2009, Coimbra, Portugal, June 22-23, 2009, Proceedings: Second I by Andreas Mauthe

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It isour greatpleasureto welcomeyouto the SecondInternationalWorkshopon Future Multimedia Networking (FMN). Following the ?rst successful workshop (held in Cardi?, Wales) in 2008, this year's workshop continues the tradition of being a premier forum that gives researchers and practitioners a unique - portunity to share their experiences and discuss state-of-the-art research results and major recent accomplishments in the area of multimedia networking. In recent years, real-time multimedia services have contributed extensively to our life experience and are expected to be among the most important applications in the future Internet. The management of content distribution services and the e?cient deliveryof real-timemultimedia servicesoverdiverseand heterogeneous wired and wireless systems remain a signi?cant challenge for future multimedia networking systems. This year's workshop focused on various aspects of mul- media systems, content networking, and autonomous communication. A speci?c emphasis was placed on upcoming autonomic content networks and technologies that contribute to their development. The call for papers attracted 64 submissions from 32 countries for the main workshop. The Program Committee accepted 16 papers (an acceptance rate of 25%) that cover a range of topics, including wireless and ad-hoc networks in autonomic content networking, streaming and voice services, group and mul- party services, and quality in video and Internet services. This year we also had a Demonstration Session on Future Multimedia Networking for which 12 papers wereacceptedoutofsubmissionsreceivedfromover15countries. Itisoursincere hope that the proceedings of this workshop will serve as a valuable reference for multimedia researchers and developers.
Title:Future Multimedia Networking: Second International Workshop, Fmn 2009, Coimbra, Portugal, June 22…Format:PaperbackDimensions:262 pagesPublished:June 9, 2009Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Streaming and Voice Services in Future Multimedia Networks.- Enhancing TFRC for Video Streaming by Agnostically Using Applicative Cross Layer Semantics and Measure.- ILPS: A Scalable Multiple Description Coding Scheme for H.264.- Arrival Process-Controlled Adaptive Media Playout for Video Streaming.- A Multicast-Based Enterprise VoIP Service Architecture: MEVA.- Wireless and ad-hoc Networks in Autonomic Content Networking.- Distributed Information Forwarding Using Delay Function in Wireless Mobile Networks.- A Seamless Mobility Scenario for IP over WiMAX.- Performance Evaluation of the Split Transmission in Multihop Wireless Networks.- Group and Multiparty Services in Autonomic Content Networksg.- Employing Data Driven Random Membership Subset Algorithm for QoS-Aware Peer-to-Peer Streaming.- OASIS: An Overlay Abstraction for Re-architecting Large Scale Internet Group Services.- Interest-Based Peer-to-Peer Group Management.- Multiparty Session and Network Resource Control in the Context Casting (C-CAST) Project.- Quality in Video and Internet Services.- A Scalable Provisioning and Routing Scheme for Multimedia QoS over Ad Hoc Networks.- Realization of Free Viewpoint TV Based on Improved MVC.- A Non-intrusive Estimation for High-Quality Internet TV Services.- A Mathematical Model for Evaluating the Perceptual Quality of Video.- Effect of the Multiple Description Coding over a Hybrid Fixed-AdHoc Video Distribution Network.- Poster/Demo Session.- Speaker Verification System Using Extended Sequential Probability Ratio Test in PDA.- A Data Model for Content Modelling of Temporal Media.- The Design of a Low-Cost Wide Area Network Simulator.- Demonstrating Autonomic On-Demand Content Delivery.- A Real-Time End-to-End Testbed for Evaluating the Performance of Multimedia Services.- Meetecho: A Standard Multimedia Conferencing Architecture.- Portable Device-Centric Streaming Service.- Allocation of Multiple Advertisement on Limited Space: Heuristic Approach.- Performance Evaluations of a QoE-Based Multipath Video Streaming Mechanism over Video Distribution Network (VDN).- Video Artifacts Assessment for Live Mobile Streaming Applications.- H.264 Rate-Distortion Analysis Using Subjective Quality Metric.- OASIS Archive - Open Archiving System with Internet Sharing.