Handbook on Networked Multipoint Multimedia Conferencing and Multistream Immersive Telepresence using SIP
Scalable Distributed Applications and Media Control over Internet
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Handbook on Networked Multipoint Multimedia Conferencing and Multistream Immsersive Telepresence using SIP: Scalable Distributed Applications and Media Control over Internet is the first book to put together all IETF request for comments (RFCs), and the internet drafts standards related to the multipoint conferencing and immersive telepresence.
This book includes mandatory and optional texts of all standards in a chronological and systematic way almost with one-to-one integrity from the beginning to end, allowing the reader to understand all aspects of the highly complex real-time applications.
It is a book that network designers, software developers, product manufacturers, implementers, interoperability testers, professionals, professors, and researchers will find to be immensely useful. Practitioners and engineers in all spectrums who are concentrating on building the real-time, scalable, interoperable multipoint applications, can use this book to make informed choices based on technical standards in the market place, on all proprietary non-scalable and non-interposable products. This book will provide focus and foundation for these decision makers.
Table of Contents
1 Scalable Networked Multipoint Multimedia Conferencing and Telepresence
2 Centralized Conferencing System Architecture
3 Media Server Control Architecture
4 Conferencing Information Data Model for Centralized Conferencing
5 Centralized Conferencing Manipulation Protocol
6 Binary Floor Control Protocol
7 XCON Notification Service
8 Media Channel Control Framework
9 Mixer Package for Media Control Channel Framework
10 Media Session Recording
11 Media Resource Brokering
12 Media Control Channel Framework for Interactive Voice Response
13 SIP Interface to VoiceXML Media Services
14 Media Resource Control Protocol Version 2
15 Media Control Channel Framework (CFW) Call Flow Examples
16 Multistream Immersive Telepresence Conferencing Systems
Radhika Ranjan Roy is an Electronics Engineer, United States Army Research, United States Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Combat Systems, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR)-Space and Terrestrial Communications Directorate (S&TCD) Laboratories (previously known as CERDEC), Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), Maryland, USA. He has held this position since 2009. Dr. Roy is leading his research and development efforts in development of scalable large-scale SIP-based VoIP/Multimedia networks and services, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence and machine/deep learning (AI/ML/DL) architecture, mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs), Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Networks, Cyber Security detecting application software and network vulnerability, Jamming Detection, and supporting array of Army/Department of Defense’s Nationwide and Worldwide Warfighter Networking Architectures and participating in technical standards development in Multimedia/Real-Time Services Collaboration, IPv6, Radio Communications, Enterprise Services Management, and Information Transfer of Department of Defense (DoD) Technical Working Groups (TWGs). Dr. Roy’s research interest includes in the areas of mobile ad hoc networks, multimedia communications, peer-to-peer networking, and quality-of-service. He has published over 50 technical papers and are holding or pending over 30 patents. He also participates in many IETF working groups.