By Bharadwaj Veeravalli
Several works on multimedia garage look in literature this present day, yet little or no if any, were dedicated to dealing with lengthy length video retrieval, over huge scale networks. allotted retrieval of multimedia files, specifically the lengthy period records, is an vital step in rendering top of the range, high-fidelity, and least expensive providers for community carrier providers.
Distributed Multimedia Retrieval concepts for giant Scale Networked Systemspresents an up to date learn prestige within the area of disbursed video retrieval. This specialist publication will contain a number of varied strategies which are in position for lengthy length video retrieval. An experimentally demonstrated expertise below the JINI platform, demonstrates a pragmatic operating method which serves as a feasibility learn, in addition to step one in knowing this type of know-how.
Distributed Multimedia Retrieval techniques for giant Scale Networked Systemsis designed for a certified viewers composed of researchers and practitioners in undefined. This quantity is additionally appropriate for graduate-level scholars in machine science.
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Minimizing the data that need to be "patched" is discussed in , where Qingsong et al. propose two techniques for managing the media cache at streaming proxies. This study is limited to one media file and therefore its scalability is unknown. Batching, patching and periodic multicast have been combined in the SS-VoD system by Kong and Lee , which has been designed to support Variable Bit Rate (VBR) content. The peak data rates that could cause disruption of the playback, are treated by sending the excess data on a separate multicast channel concurrently with other data.
RAID arrays provide availability and speed improvements, while multicasting, simulcasting and other network protocols can conserve network resources and allow for improved scalability. 5. With the focus of the book being the design of MSR technologies, we devoted a significant part of this chapter on Storage Area Networks, as an MSR system could profiisely use SANs technology. The discussion that follows our introduction of SANs and associated technology, raises many possibilities for interoperability between SANs and MSR systems.
As the name suggests, layered video is decomposed into two or more layers, each incorporating a different part of the video stream information. In the simplest form of this technique, there are two layers, a base-layer carrying a rough approximation of the video signal, plus an enhancement-layer that carries the remaining information. The decoder needs only the base-layer for uninterrupted playback, thus reducing the effect of losing the enhancement-layer data. Of course, the key for deploying a scalable video solution is to determine how such a separation could be accomplished and in the process, how could the encoder maintain efficient predictors for the component layers such as to avoid producing a bloated stream.