Interactive Technology and Smart Education: Volume 3 Issue 1


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A streaming content distribution network for e‐learning support

M. Esteve, B. Molina, C. Palau, G. Fortino

To date e‐Learning material has usually been accessed and delivered through a central web server. As the number of users, the amount of information, the frequency of accesses and…

Collaborative control of media playbacks in SCDNs

Giancarlo Fortino, Wilma Russo, Carlos E. Palau

In this paper we present a CDN‐based system, namely the COMODIN system, which is a media on‐demand platform for synchronous cooperative work which supports an explicitly‐formed…

An efficient resource management system for a streaming media distribution network

Adrian J. Cahill, Cormac J. Sreenan

This paper examines the design and evaluation of a TV on Demand (TVoD) system, consisting of a globally accessible storage architecture where all TV content broadcast over a…

A scalable multimedia streaming scheme with CBR‐transmission of VBR‐encoded videos over the internet

H. Kabir, Gholamali C. Shoja, Eric G. Manning

Streaming audio/video contents over the Internet requires large network bandwidth and timely delivery of media data. A streaming session is generally long and also needs a large…

An integrated evaluation method for e‐learning: a case study

M. A. Rentroia‐Bonito, F. Figueiredo, A. Martins, J. A. Jorge, C. Ghaoui

Technological improvements in broadband and distributed computing are making it possible to distribute live media content cost‐effectively. Because of this, organizations are…

Driving demand for streaming

Martin Owen

This paper describes the origin and work of an independent research and development facility whose role is to catalyse the development of broadband applications for education. The…

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