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Pengpeng Ni: Visual perception of scalable video streaming: applied to mobile scenarios

Pengpeng Ni: Visual perception of scalable video streaming: applied to mobile scenarios PhD Thesis Summaries Canada, November 30 ­ December 3 2015, pp. 606 ­ 610. DOI: 10.1109/CloudCom.2015.53 Multimedia Processing Laboratory (MPL), and Distributed and Collaborative Virtual Environment . Research Laboratory (DISCOVER Lab) URL: http://www.discover.uottawa.ca/ The Multimedia Processing Laboratory (MPL) at the University of Tehran hosts research projects in Multimedia Systems and Networking, specifically: · · · · Receiver aware video encoding and adaptation Scalable multi-view video coding Cloud media and Cloud gaming Dynamic mapping of multimedia applications on a cloud of MPSoCs · Reconfigurable hardware architectures for multimedia processing · Hardware implementation of multimedia applications. Research at the DISCOVER Lab (Distributed and Collaborative Virtual Environment Research Laboratory) is directed towards the enhancement of next generation human-human and human-information communication and interaction through advanced multimedia technology and virtual environments. Through our many projects we are developing new ideas and technology that will make easy-to-use multimedia environments and systems a reality. Research projects at the DISCOVER lab typically fall into the following categories: · Networked Games, and Collaborative Virtual Environments · Multimedia Systems and Applications · 3D Physical Modelling · Ambient Intelligent Multimedia Environments · Intelligent Sensor Networks and Ubiquitous Computing · Haptics and Teleoperation · Multimedia-Assisted Healthcare Modern video coding http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ACM SIGMultimedia Records Association for Computing Machinery

Pengpeng Ni: Visual perception of scalable video streaming: applied to mobile scenarios

ACM SIGMultimedia Records , Volume 8 (2) – Aug 2, 2016

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Association for Computing Machinery
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Copyright © 2016 by ACM Inc.
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1947-4598
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10.1145/2982857.2982862
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PhD Thesis Summaries Canada, November 30 ­ December 3 2015, pp. 606 ­ 610. DOI: 10.1109/CloudCom.2015.53 Multimedia Processing Laboratory (MPL), and Distributed and Collaborative Virtual Environment . Research Laboratory (DISCOVER Lab) URL: http://www.discover.uottawa.ca/ The Multimedia Processing Laboratory (MPL) at the University of Tehran hosts research projects in Multimedia Systems and Networking, specifically: · · · · Receiver aware video encoding and adaptation Scalable multi-view video coding Cloud media and Cloud gaming Dynamic mapping of multimedia applications on a cloud of MPSoCs · Reconfigurable hardware architectures for multimedia processing · Hardware implementation of multimedia applications. Research at the DISCOVER Lab (Distributed and Collaborative Virtual Environment Research Laboratory) is directed towards the enhancement of next generation human-human and human-information communication and interaction through advanced multimedia technology and virtual environments. Through our many projects we are developing new ideas and technology that will make easy-to-use multimedia environments and systems a reality. Research projects at the DISCOVER lab typically fall into the following categories: · Networked Games, and Collaborative Virtual Environments · Multimedia Systems and Applications · 3D Physical Modelling · Ambient Intelligent Multimedia Environments · Intelligent Sensor Networks and Ubiquitous Computing · Haptics and Teleoperation · Multimedia-Assisted Healthcare Modern video coding

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Published: Aug 2, 2016

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