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Title: Design and Implementation of a Multimedia CSCW Platform
Authors: Chang, Ing-Chau;Huang, Jau-Hsiung;Tseng, Wei-Hsin
Contributors: 資訊工程系
Keywords: Computer supported cooperative work (CSCW);Multimedia;Virtual-X transport protocol (VXTP)
Date: 1996
Issue Date: 2012-05-25T07:41:49Z
Publisher: Springer
Abstract: With clear separation of functionalities in each layer of the framework, application developers could implement their specific CSCW applications easily. Based on the four-layer framework, the architecture of a general purpose CSCW platform is designed and implemented with the necessary functionalities to help the collaborations among group members. To provide the system with more features and user friendliness, multimedia
processing and transmission capabilities for audio and video are incorporated into the platform. Features like application-sharing, group decision support, multimedia mail transmission, etc., are well implemented in the platform. Moreover, an efficient network transport protocol, called VXTP, is designed and implemented to avoid the transmission overhead of conventional TCP. The performance measurements using both VXTP and TCP are given in the paper for comparison. Lastly, compared with other CSCW systems, our design achieves greater flexibility and portability by adopting the generality philosophy in the framework.
Relation: International Journal of Multimedia Tools and Applications, 2(2): 85-109
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