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When multiple video streams share a wireless network, careful rate allocation is needed to prevent congestion, as well as to balance the video qualities among the competing streams. In this paper, we present a unified optimization framework for video rate allocation over wireless networks. Our...
Emerging applications of wireless sensor networks (WSN) requiring wide-band event signal communication such as multimedia surveillance sensor networks impose additional challenges including high communication bandwidth requirement and energy cost. Besides their partially or fully dependency on...
This paper presents the design and implementation of Ferret, a system for locating nomadic augmented with RFID tags and visually displaying them to a user in real-time. We present a novel algorithm to infer location of tagged objects using the location of a camera and reader that observes them....
In the last years, trust management has become a fundamental basis for facilitating the cooperation between different users in peer-to-peer (P2P) multimedia applications within autonomic networks. In these networks and applications, trust management should fulfill certain requirements (i.e....
The success of a mobile ad hoc network (MANET) is strongly related to the protocol used at the medium access control (MAC) layer. Depending on the requirements and the specific network under concern, the protocol parameters at the MAC layer can be arbitrated to make best use of the channel...
Wireless Personal Area Networks ( WPANs ) are an emerging technology for future short-range indoor and outdoor multimedia and data centric applications. Two types of WPANs have been standardized by the IEEE 802.15 working group; namely: High data Rate WPANs ( HR-WPANs ) and Low data Rate WPANs (...
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) have an ever increasing variety of multimedia based applications. Ιn these types of applications, network nodes should ideally maximize QoS and minimize energy expenditures in video communication. This article presents PEMuR, a novel dual scheme for efficient...
Given the high cost of processing and communicating the multimedia data in wireless multimedia sensor networks (WMSNs), it is important to reduce possible data redundancy. Therefore, camera sensors should only be actuated when an event is detected within their vicinity. In the meantime, the...
Video streaming over wireless links is a challenging issue due to the stringent Quality-of-Service (QoS) requirements of video traffic, the limited wireless channel bandwidth and the broadcast nature of wireless medium. As contention-based or reservation-based ( i.e. , contention-free) medium...
We consider the problem of optimizing stream mining applications that are constructed as tree topologies of classifiers and deployed on a set of resource constrained and distributed processing nodes (or sensors). The optimization involves selecting appropriate false-alarm detection tradeoffs...
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