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Global serverless videoconferencing over IP

Matthias Wählisch, Thomas C. Schmidt, Hans L. Cycon, Mark Palkow— 2003

In recent years the capabilities of the common Internet infrastructure have increased to an extent where data intensive communication services may mature to become popular, reliable applications. Videoconferencing over IP can be seen as such a highly prominent candidate. However, heavy infrastructure and complicated call handling hinder acceptance of standard solutions. This paper presents a more lightweight framework - both communication scheme and conferencing software - to overcome these deficiencies. A simple, ready-to-use global location scheme for conference users is proposed. First practical experiences are reported. Note: Selected papers from the TERENA networking conference 2002

TitelGlobal serverless videoconferencing over IP
VerfasserMatthias Wählisch, Thomas C. Schmidt, Hans L. Cycon, Mark Palkow
VerlagFuture Generation Computer Systems, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 219--227, Amsterdam: Elsevier, February 2003
Datum200302
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BibTeX Code@article{swcp-gsvi-03, author = {Thomas C. Schmidt and Matthias W{\"a}hlisch and Hans L. Cycon and Mark Palkow}, title = {Global serverless videoconferencing over {IP}}, journal = {Future Generation Computer Systems}, year = {2003}, volume = {19}, pages = {219--227}, number = {2}, month = {February}, note = {Selected papers from the TERENA networking conference 2002}, abstract = {In recent years the capabilities of the common Internet infrastructure have increased to an extent where data intensive communication services may mature to become popular, reliable applications. Videoconferencing over IP can be seen as such a highly prominent candidate. However, heavy infrastructure and complicated call handling hinder acceptance of standard solutions. This paper presents a more lightweight framework - both communication scheme and conferencing software - to overcome these deficiencies. A simple, ready-to-use global location scheme for conference users is proposed. First practical experiences are reported.}, address = {Amsterdam}, file = {../papers/terena02-paper.pdf}, publisher = {Elsevier} }