TERENA Networking Conference 2000    
         
         
   

Session 6A

Coming To A Monitor Near You Soon.....
Chair: Egon Verharen, SURFnet, The Netherlands

The convergence of the Internet and traditional TV is being accelerated through the concept of streaming video (also known as video-on-demand). Having started at the size of a postage stamp, increased bandwidth and better compression techniques now enable full screen, CD-quality video and audio to be transmitted over today's advanced research networks. This session highlights some recent developments in the application of streaming technology.

6A1   "Uni-TV" - Distributed TV Productions and Video-on-Demand
         Services at Universities

         Susanne Naegele-Jackson, Nadja Eschbaum, Michael Graeve, Peter
         Holleczek and Ralf Kleineisel, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg,
         Germany - Abstract - Paper PDF (849KB) - Slides (2.71MB)

6A2   VIDOS - A System for Editing and Customizing Videos over
         the Web

         David M. Shotton and Thomas Boudier, University of Oxford,
         United Kingdom - Abstract - Paper - Slides (1.56MB)

6A3   Advances in Medical Quality-Securing by New Network-
         Technologies: Using the Gigabit-Testbed South for online
         Quality-Control of Tumor-Operations in Surgery

         Heinz Weber, Sven Schoolmann and Werner Hohenberger,
         Departement Of Surgery and Michael Graeve and Peter Holleczek,
         Regional Computing Center, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg,
         Germany - Abstract

   
         
   

 

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