Teleservices and Multimedia Communications: Second COST 237 International Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark, November 20 - 22, 1995. Proceedings. by David HutchisonTeleservices and Multimedia Communications: Second COST 237 International Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark, November 20 - 22, 1995. Proceedings. by David Hutchison

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This book presents the refereed proceedings of the Second COST 237 International Workshop, held in Copenhagen, Denmark in November 1995 in the framework of the CEC COST 237 Multimedia Telecommunications Services Project.
The 15 papers included in revised full versions were chosen from 24 workshop submissions individually solicited from groups of researchers and developers known to be active in the areas of interest. The papers are grouped in sections on multipeer communications, teleservices and applications support, broadband network and transport services, QoS assurance, and multimedia support.
Title:Teleservices and Multimedia Communications: Second COST 237 International Workshop, Copenhagen…Format:PaperbackDimensions:296 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:March 20, 1996Publisher:Springer Berlin Heidelberg

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3540610286

ISBN - 13:9783540610281

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Table of Contents

Group support in multimedia communications systems.- Object-oriented framework for a scalable multicast Call modelling.- M-connection service: A multicast service for distributed multimedia applications.- GLASS: A distributed MHEG-based multimedia system.- Performance evaluation of the CSCW application JVTOS.- Multimedia teleservices modelled with the OSI application layer structure.- Service definition of a multimedia partial order connection.- Network support for multimedia communications using distributed media scaling.- The ACCOPI Multimedia Transport Service over ATM.- Towards a hybrid scheme for application adaptivity.- Admission control for end-to-end distributed bindings.- An enhanced admission control scheme for deterministic and predictive services.- Equitable conditional access and copyright protection for image based on trusted third parties.- Designing point-to-point interactive video applications.- RIVUS: A stream template language for capturing multimedia requirements.