Multimedia Computing and Systems, International Conference on (1999)
June 7, 1999 to June 11, 1999
Yuqing Song , State University of New York at Buffalo
Markus Mielke , State University of New York at Buffalo
Aidong Zhang , State University of New York at Buffalo
In this paper, we present the design strategies of a client-server distributed multimedia presentation system that can flexibly support streaming continuous media data, in real-time, across Internet. In particular, we focus on the real-time buffer management and end-to-end data transmission. We present an effective and practical buffer management technique to address network delays and misordering of arriving data at the client side. We also develop a novel end-to-end transmission control protocol which can guarantee the availability and timeliness of data as demanded.
multimedia presentation, buffer management, transmission
Y. Song, M. Mielke and A. Zhang, "NetMedia: Synchronized Streaming of Multimedia Presentations in Distributed Environments," Multimedia Computing and Systems, International Conference on(ICMCS), Florence, Italy, 1999, pp. 585.