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Media Networks

Architectures, Applications, and Standards, 1st Edition

Edited by Hassnaa Moustafa, Sherali Zeadally

CRC Press

555 pages

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A rapidly growing number of services and applications along with a dramatic shift in users' consumption models have made media networks an area of increasing importance. Do you know all that you need to know?Supplying you with a clear understanding of the technical and deployment challenges, Media Networks: Architectures, Applications, and Standard

Table of Contents

DIGITAL TV. Open-IPTV Services and Architectures. Mobile TV. Connected TV: The Next Revolution? 3DTV Technology and Standardization. Digital TV Architecture Standardization. MEDIA CONTENT DELIVERY AND QUALITY OF EXPERIENCE. Collaboration Between Networks and Applications in the Future Internet. Information-Centric Networking. Toward Information-Centric Networking: Research, Standardization, Business, and Migration Challenges. Content Delivery Network for Efficient Delivery of Internet Traffic. Content Delivery Networks: Market Overview and Technology Innovations. Quality of Experience in Future Media Networks: Consumption Trends, Demand for New Metrics and Evaluation Methods. QoE-Based Routing for Content Distribution Network Architecture. QoE of 3D Media Delivery Systems. USER-CENTRICITY AND IMMERSIVE TECHNOLOGIES. Perceived QoE for User-Centric Multimedia Services. Immersive 3D Media. IPTV Services Personalization. Context-Awareness for IPTV Services Personalization. MetaData Creation and Exploitation for Future Media Networks. Semantically Linked Media for Interactive User-Centric Services. Telepresence. E-Health: User Interaction with Domestic Rehabilitation Tools. Societal Challenges for Networked Media. Index.

About the Editors

Hassnaa Moustafa is a senior research engineer at France Telecom R&D (Orange Labs), Issy Les Moulineaux (France) since January 2005. She obtained her Tenure in Computer Science (HDR) in June 2010 from the University of Paris XI, her PhD in computer and networks from Telecom ParisTech in December 2004 and her master's in distributed systems in September 2001 from the University of Paris XI. Her research interests include mobile networks basically ad hoc networks and vehicular networks; mainly routing, security, authentication and access control are part of her research interests in these types of networks. Moreover, she is interested in NGN, IPTV, services' convergence and personalization. She is a regular member in the IETF and a member of the IEEE and IEEE ComSoc. Hassnaa manages a number of research projects at France Telecom and she has many publications in a number of international conferences including ICC, Globecom, PIMRC, VTC, Mobicom, and many others, and in a wide number of international journals. She edited books and coauthored a wide number of book chapters with the CRC Press.

She also served in chairing and co-chairing activities in several international conferences and workshops and in co-editing several journals special issues. In addition, she served as a TPC member for a wide number of international conferences and workshops including IEEE ICC, IEEE Globecom, and several ACM conferences, and served as a peer reviewer for several international journals includingIEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting, Wiley Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Journal, Springer Telecommunication Systems Journal, Springer Annals of Telecommunications, Elsevier Computer Networks, and IEEE ComSoc.

Sherali Zeadally

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
COM060000
COMPUTERS / Internet / General
TEC041000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Telecommunications
TEC061000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Mobile & Wireless Communications