Part I : Multimedia Communication

Traffic Shaping

1. Video On Demand over ATM : Constant-Rate Transmission and Transport

2. Supporting Stored Video : Reducing Rate Variability and End-to-End Resource Requirements through Optimal Smoothing

3. RCBR : A Simple and Efficient Service for Multiple Time-Scale Traffic

4. Fundamental Limits and Tradeoffs of Providing Deterministic Guarantees to VBR Video Traffic

5. RED-VBR : A Renegotiation-Based Approach to Support Delay-Sensitive VBR-Video

6. Smoothing, Statistical Multiplexing and Call Admission Control for Stored Video


7. Multiplexing Generalized Periodic Markovian Sources with an Application to the Study of VBR Video

8. Guaranteeing End-to-End Deadlines in ATM Networks

Admission Control

9. Admission Control Algorithms for Multimedia On-Demand Servers Presentation Material

10. A Framework for Supporting Previewing and VCR Operations in a Low Bandwidth Environment

Bandwidth Allocation

11. Bandwidth Allocation of Multiple QoS Classes in ATM Enviroment

12. Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation for Efficient Transport of Real-Time VBR Video over ATM

13. Impact of Synchronization on the Allocation of Bandwidth for Multiplexed MPEG Streams

Network and System

14. Priority Ethernets

15. A Server Array Approach for Video-On-Demand Service on Local Area Networks

16. Scheduling for Interactive Operations in Parallel Video Servers

17. Buffer Management in Multimedia Database System

18. Toward a Common Infrastructure for Multimedia-Networking Middleware

19. Thin Streams: An Architecture for Multicasting Layered Video

20. Centralized vs. DIstributed Multimedia Servers

Part II : Multimedia Storage

Admission Control, Scheduling

21. D. James Gemmell, Harrick M. Vin, Dilip D. Kandlur, P. Venkat Rangan

Multimedia Storage Server: A Tutorial and Survey

22. E. Chang, A. Zakhor

Cost Analyses for VBR Video Servers.

In IS&T/SPIE International Symposium on Electronic Imaging: Science and Technology, San Jose, California, 29-31 January 1996, vol. 2667: Multimedia Computing and Networking 1996.

23. D. Makaroff, G. Neufeld, and N. Hutchinson, An Evaluation of VBR Disk Admission Algorithms for Continuous Media File Servers, ACM Multimedia '97, Seattle, November, 1997

24. T.P. To and B. Hamidzadeh, ``A Greedy-but-Safe Dynamic Scheduling Strategy for an Interactive Video-On-Demand Server", Proc. of IEEE Int`l. Conf. on Multimedia Computing and Systems, 1996.

Hard Cooy

25. E. Biersack, F. Thiesse, and C. Bernhardt

Constant Data Length Retrieval for Video Servers with Variable Bit Rate Streams

Proc of the Third IEEE Intl Conf on Multimedia Computing and Systems , Hiroshima, Japan, June 1996.

Buffer Management

26. Asit Dan, Dan Dias, Rajat Mukherjee, Dinkar Sitaram, Renu Tewari

Buffering and Caching in Large-Scale Video Servers.

In: Compcon - Technologies for the Information Superhighway, Digest of Papers, IEEE Computer Society. Los Alamitos, CA, IEEE Computer Society Press, 1995. Pages: 217-224 (RC 19903 - January 4, 1995)

27. Y. S. Ryu & K. Koh

"A Dynamic Buffer Management Technique for a Video-on-Demand Server," in Proc. of ICMCS(International Conference on Multimedia Computing and Systems , Yokohama, Japan, Mar. 1996

Keywords: Buffer Management

Hard Copy

28. Kun-Lung Wu, Philip S. Yu

Consumption-Based Buffer Management for Maximizing System Throughputs of News-on-Demand Multimedia Systems.

ICMS'96 (IBM Technical Report RC 20143 (August 1, 1995) )

29. R. Ng, J. Yang

An Analysis of Buffer Sharing and Prefetching Techniques for Multimedia Systems

ACM Journal of Multimedia Systems (1996)4:55-69

Hard Copy

30. Edward Chang and Hector Garcia-Molina,

Effective Memory Use in a Media Server.,

Proceedings of the 23rd Very Large Data Base (VLDB) Conference,

p.496-505, Athens, Greece, August, 1997.

Disk Scheduling

31. Yen-Jen Oyang, Chih-Yuan Cheng, Meng-Huang Lee, Fu-Ching Wang, and Chun-Hung Wen.

"Effective Utilization of Disk Bandwidth for Supporting Video-On-Demand",

In Proc. of the sixth International Workshop on Network and Operating System Support for Digital and Audio Video, pp. 57-60, Zushi, Japan, April, 1996

32. Fu-Ching Wang, Chun-Hung Wen, Chih-Yuan Cheng, Meng-Huang Lee, Tzu-How Lin, Szu-Chi Wang, and Yen-Jen Oyang.

"Memory and Disk Bandwidth Management in Video-on-Demand Servers",

In the collected abstracts of the sixth International Workshop on Network and Operating System Support for Digital and Audio Video, pp. 69-72, Zushi, Japan, April, 1996.

33. H.J. Lee and D.H.C. Du,

"The Effect of Disk Scheduling Schemes on a Video Server for Supporting Quality MPEG Video Accesses," University of Minnesota Supercomputing Institute Research Report UMSI 96/45 & UM-IBM 96/14, March 1996, ICMCS '97

34. Edward Chang, Hector Garcia-Molina

Reducing Initial Latency in Multimedia Storage Systems


Data Placement

35. Ariel Cohen, Walter A. Burkhard, P. Venkat Rangan,

Pipelined Disk Arrays for Digital Movie Retrieval.

Proceedings of ICMCS. May 1995.

36. P. Shenoy and H.M. Vin. ``Efficient Striping Techniques for Multimedia File Servers'', In Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Network and Operating System Support for Digital Audio and Video (NOSSDAV'97), Pages 25-36, May 1997

37. Scott A. Barnett, Gary J. Andio, "Performablity of disk-array-based video servers" , ACM Journal of Multimedia Systems, 1998(1), 60-74

Hard Copy

38. B. Ozden, R. Rastogi, A. Silberschatz

Disk Striping in Video Server Environments

IEEE International Conference on Multimedia Computing and Systems, June 1996.

39. H.J. Chen, T.D.C. Little

Storage Allocation Policies for Time-Dependent Multimedia Data

IEEE Trans. on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 1996

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