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Intelligent synthesis mechanism for deriving streaming priorities of multimedia content

By G. Ghinea, George D. Magoulas and C. Siamitros


We address the problem of integrating user preferences with network quality of service parameters for the streaming of media content, and suggest protocol stack configurations that satisfy user and technical requirements to the best available degree. Our approach is able to handle inconsistencies between user and networking considerations, formulating the problem of construction of tailor-made protocols as a prioritization problem, solvable using fuzzy programming

Topics: csis
Publisher: The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Year: 2005
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