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23049 Realtime mobile sharing of multimedia and context
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Bijwaard, D.J.A. (2013) Realtime mobile sharing of multimedia and context. PhD thesis, University of Twente. CTIT Ph.D.-thesis series No. 12-238 ISBN 978-90-365-3498-7

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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3990/1.9789036534987

Abstract

Today’s inter-connected networks enable feature-rich applications that adapt according to situational and environmental changes, and the networks and objects that are discovered. These so-called pervasive applications can be composed from both locally and globally available multimedia resources such as audio and video, web services and context sources. Context sources in these pervasive applications can vary from your mobile phone’s sensors to dedicated sensor networks deployed in buildings and vehicles, sensor nodes attached to beings and objects, and events generated from devices and applications.
The sharing of resources and the dynamic changes in these pervasive applications pose a number of challenges on the enabling infrastructure. This thesis focuses on methods for realtime sharing of wireless access networks, sensor information and multimedia among applications on mobile devices. We propose to use application-level techniques to support mobility and sharing and enable using lower-level gtechniques where available. Our contributions include methods and supporting communication architectures for efficient sharing of wireless access networks, multimedia and wireless sensor networks. Additionally, we contribute a reasoning framework to compare and combine communication architectures that support pervasive applications.

Item Type:PhD Thesis
Supervisors:Havinga, P.J.M.
Assistant Supervisors:Eertink, E.H.
Research Group:EWI-PS: Pervasive Systems
Research Program:CTIT-WiSe: Wireless and Sensor Systems
Research Project:DAIDALOS: Designing Advanced network Interfaces for the Delivery and Administration of Location independent Optimised personal Services, Freeband/4G+: Fourth Generation Platform Launching Ubiquitous Services, SENSEI: Integrating the PhySical with the Digital World of the Network of the Future, FREE: True-wireless mesh networks for transport and logistics
Uncontrolled Keywords:Wireless Communication, Wireless Sensor Networks, Heterogeneous Networks, Multimedia, Pervasive Systems, Service Platforms
ID Code:23049
Deposited On:13 February 2013
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