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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. James G. Hanko, Eugene M. Kuerner, J. Duane Northcutt, Gerard A. Wall
    Pages 1-9
  3. Kevin Jeffay, Donald L. Stone, F. Donelson Smith
    Pages 10-21
  4. Clifford W. Mercer, Hideyuki Tokuda
    Pages 22-29
  5. Dietmar Hehmann, Ralf Guido Herrtwich, Werner Schulz, Thomas Schütt, Ralf Steinmetz
    Pages 31-44
  6. Geoff Coulson, Francisco García, David Hutchison, Doug Shepherd
    Pages 45-56
  7. Lillian Ruston, Gordon Blair, Geoff Coulson, Nigel Davies
    Pages 57-68
  8. N. Almeida, J. Cabral, A. Alves
    Pages 84-93
  9. Peter Leydekkers, Bertjan Teunissen
    Pages 94-104
  10. Dick C. A. Bulterman, Robert van Liere
    Pages 105-119
  11. T. D. C. Little, A. Ghafoor
    Pages 120-131
  12. Anindo Banerjea, Bruce A. Mah
    Pages 160-170
  13. Riccardo Gusella, Massimo Maresca
    Pages 183-196
  14. Steven Gutfreund, Jose Diaz-Gonzalez, Russell Sasnett, Vincent Phuah
    Pages 209-216
  15. Ralf Cordes, Dieter Wybranietz, Rolf Vautz
    Pages 217-226
  16. David P. Anderson, Pamela Chan
    Pages 227-241
  17. J. Duane Northcutt, Eugene M. Kuerner
    Pages 242-254
  18. Stefan Frey, Daniel. P. Ingold
    Pages 255-261
  19. Simon Gibbs, Christian Breiteneder, Laurent Dami, Vicki de Mey, Dennis Tsichritzis
    Pages 263-270
  20. Gerold Blakowski, Jens Hübel, Ulrike Langrehr
    Pages 271-282
  21. Ralf Steinmetz, J. Christian Fritzsche
    Pages 283-296
  22. James Hanko, David Berry, Thomas Jacobs, Daniel Steinberg
    Pages 297-313
  23. Bernd Lamparter, Wolfgang Effelsberg
    Pages 328-339
  24. Jonathan Rosenberg, Gil Cruz, Thomas Judd
    Pages 341-357
  25. U. Zölzer, N. Kalff
    Pages 368-374
  26. Ralf Guido Herrtwich
    Pages 403-403
  27. Back Matter

About these proceedings

Introduction

The trend towards powerful workstations and high-speed networks has enabled applications to communicate and manipulate digital audio and video. These are continuous media and differ from discrete media such as text and graphics in that they have stringent delay and bandwidth requirements. Neither the mechanisms used to transport ordinary data over networks nor present communication protocols are sufficient to communicate continuous media. Special operating system support must also be provided to meet the requirements of both discrete and continuous media in future multimedia applications. This volume contains the proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Network and Operating System Support for Digital Audio and Video, held in cooperation with ACM SIGCOMM and SIGOPSat the IBM European Networking Center in Heidelberg, Germany, in November 1991. The volume contains 33 selected papers together with summaries of the workshop sessions compiled by the session chairmen.

Keywords

Audio Betriebssystem (EDV) Computer Communication Networks Continous Media Digital Audi and Video Komunikation (EDV) Kontinuierliches Medium Multimedia Multimedia Information Systems Operating Systems Text Video

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-55639-7
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1992
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-55639-8
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-47266-7
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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