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<p>Multimedia in the process control industry has broad scope in terms of incorporating diverse imaging sensors as well as using multimedia data for visualizing, monitoring, and controlling time- critical processes. Our research has shown that a distributed architecture based on a client-server model that operates on multimedia data, together with specialized image processing hardware and a number of commercial products can be very effective in monitoring and controlling a film coating process. </p> <p>Contact Guha at Network Systems Corp., 7600 Boone Ave. North, Minneapolis, MN 55428-1099, e-mail; phone (612) 391-1261, fax (612) 391-1191. Pavan's e-mail address is </p>
distributed multimedia, real-time systems, asynchronous transfer mode, client-server, process control

J. C. Liu, A. Guha, B. A. Roberts and A. Pavan, "Controlling the Process with Distributed Multimedia," in IEEE MultiMedia, vol. 2, no. , pp. 20-29, 1995.
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