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Modularity in open media terminal system architecture

IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo, 2001. ICME 2001., 2001

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Supporting audience and player interaction during interactive media performances

2000 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo. ICME2000. Proceedings. Latest Advances in the Fast Changing World of Multimedia (Cat. No.00TH8532), 2000

Recent advances in Web-based multimedia technologies encourage the staging of interactive media performances that allow multiple users to view or participate in an event in real time. This research provides a novel, distributed interaction framework that supports audience and player interaction during interactive media performances. More specifically, this framework allows multiple users to participate in the performance either as players ...


Genres, user attitude and prospects for learning through video on the WWW

Proceedings IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies, 2001

Building upon the notion that TV and video programmes will soon be accessible via the World Wide Web, there is the question of if and how it can bring added value for education. How will these two genres (working on the Internet vs. relaxing on the sofa) go together? From a post-modern point of view, the mass media (such as ...


Internet developments in the UK

1996 IEEE Aerospace Applications Conference. Proceedings, 1996

This paper reports on how Internet facilities and their usage are developing in the UK. It is primarily intended to enable a comparison with the position in the USA, the Mother of the Internet. It begins with a summary of the author's experience of moving to the Internet world from the OSI world, and then discusses trends in UK usage, ...


Personalized news content programming (PENG): a system architecture

16th International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications (DEXA'05), 2005

In this paper an overview of the PENG project and its system architecture is presented. The objective of the project is to define and develop a news content composition and programming environment, to provide news professionals and general users with an interactive and personalised tool for multimedia news gathering and delivery. This is achieved by defining and developing a flexible ...


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  • Modularity in open media terminal system architecture

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  • Supporting audience and player interaction during interactive media performances

    Recent advances in Web-based multimedia technologies encourage the staging of interactive media performances that allow multiple users to view or participate in an event in real time. This research provides a novel, distributed interaction framework that supports audience and player interaction during interactive media performances. More specifically, this framework allows multiple users to participate in the performance either as players or spectators and exchange messages that describe player actions or audience reactions, respectively. In addition, the framework monitors the development of the performance and the behavior of the participants and executes a set of multimedia effects that seek to maintain a high degree of audience involvement in the event. Finally, the framework synchronizes the appearance of audience reactions with performance developments at each site based on the number and rate of player actions. This method has been applied and tested in MISSION, a multi-player game on the Web.

  • Genres, user attitude and prospects for learning through video on the WWW

    Building upon the notion that TV and video programmes will soon be accessible via the World Wide Web, there is the question of if and how it can bring added value for education. How will these two genres (working on the Internet vs. relaxing on the sofa) go together? From a post-modern point of view, the mass media (such as TV) contribute to the supposed mechanism of 'social constructionism'. However, the programme makers have a major control over the underlying message that is articulated, whereas constructionism for learning is a more conscious process by which students 'build' new knowledge through experimentation and conceptualization.

  • Internet developments in the UK

    This paper reports on how Internet facilities and their usage are developing in the UK. It is primarily intended to enable a comparison with the position in the USA, the Mother of the Internet. It begins with a summary of the author's experience of moving to the Internet world from the OSI world, and then discusses trends in UK usage, the relative use of different Internet facilities, the growth of service providers, possible future developments, and some general issues.

  • Personalized news content programming (PENG): a system architecture

    In this paper an overview of the PENG project and its system architecture is presented. The objective of the project is to define and develop a news content composition and programming environment, to provide news professionals and general users with an interactive and personalised tool for multimedia news gathering and delivery. This is achieved by defining and developing a flexible system for a personalised filtering, retrieval and composition of multimedia news.

  • Control Services for the HTTP Session Mobility Service

    In our previous work, a hybrid architectural scheme was proposed to migrate Web sessions between PCs. Only the client-side of the work was however achieved. The work included developing a Web browser extension and creating a new service, namely content sharing and session handoff. This further research explores the proxy-side of the architecture. It entails creating new services that prevent abuse of the services offered by the client. That is, the new services in the proxy control the interaction between the Web browsers. The services are provided to further improve the Web-browsing experience and are derived from existing telecommunication services, such as call transfer and call blocking. Although the services call transfer and call blocking are peculiar to telecommunications, they are feasible in the Web-browsing context owing to identities in Web browsers, which could make them interact with one another like phones. Our approach uses the best of the Internet protocols (SIP, XML, HTTP) to provide a controllable HTTP session mobility service between two or more Web browsers.

  • Analyzing the security posture of South African websites

    Today, public-facing websites are virtually used across all different sectors by different types of organizations for information sharing and conducting core business activities. At the same time, the increasing use of mobile devices in Africa has also propelled the deployment and adoption of web-based applications. However, as the use of websites increases, so are the cyber- attacks. Web-based attacks are prevalent across the globe, and in South Africa an increase in such attacks is being observed. Research studies also suggest that over 80% of the active websites are vulnerable to a myriad of attacks. This paper reports on a study conducted to passively analyze and determine the security posture of over 70 South African websites from different sectors. The security posture of the local websites was thereafter compared against the top ten (10) global websites. The list of the websites was mainly chosen using the Amazon's Alexa service. The focus of the study was mainly on the security defense mechanisms employed by the chosen websites. This approach was chosen because the client-side security policies, which may give an indication of the security posture of a website, can be analyzed without actively scanning multiple websites. Consequently, relevant web-based vulnerabilities and security countermeasures were selected for the analysis. The results of the study suggest that most of the 70 South African websites analyzed are vulnerable to cross-site scripting, injection vulnerabilities, clickjacking and man-in-middle attacks. Over 67% of the analyzed websites unnecessarily expose server information, approximately 50% of the websites do not protect session cookies, about 30% of the websites use secure communications, in particular for transmitting users' sensitive information, and some websites use deprecated security policies. From the study, it was also determined that South African websites lag behind in adopting basic security defense mechanisms when compared against top global websites.

  • Eviss: a visual system having a spatial parser generator

    A visual system called Eviss is proposed. Visual systems proposed so far have been fixed on certain specifications. It is hard to make and modify such visual systems. Since Eviss has a spatial parser generator based on CMGs, it can construct various visual systems if provided with grammars which consist of production rules. In Eviss, a person who implements a visual system first defines production rules using figures. Eviss extracts constraints which hold between the figure elements. Then the person modifies them and write actions, if needed. An action is described as an arbitrary Tcl/Tk script. We can perform actions, such as calculating values, creating widgets and redrawing figures. Given a certain grammar, Eviss can parse a visual sentence (a collection of figure elements) spatially. Parsing means to apply production rules to the figure elements. When a production rule is applied, Eviss redraws the figure elements so that the constraints between them always hold. Actions, if any, are also executed when the production rule is applied. We also describe two examples of making visual systems with Eviss, i.e., the GUI creator and the subset of YISPATCH (Y. Harada et al., 1997). Eviss and the examples described in the paper are fully implemented and can be obtained via WWW.

  • Creating multimedia presentation based on constraint satisfaction problems in multimedia databases

    We have studied a mechanism for creating multimedia presentation from various multimedia objects such as video, image and text. The important points for creating multimedia presentation are specification and verification. Specification means representation for temporal relations among multimedia objects. Temporal relations specify the flow of multimedia presentation in space and time. As for verification, we should consider both syntactic and semantic aspects in creating multimedia presentation. Syntactic aspect means how multimedia objects are scheduled. A graph model visually indicates temporal relations between multimedia objects, and can simulate the multimedia presentation in advance. This simulation can detect contradictions between temporal relations and configuration errors. Semantic aspects correspond to the presentation constraints. Presentation constraints can be detected when user-specific presentation is played out because users may have various requirements. We propose the way to create multimedia presentation so as to satisfy the constraints between multimedia objects.



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