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Formal Specification Of Distributed Multimedia Systems

by G. Blair

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Published by CRC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Computer graphics software,
  • Multimedia,
  • Software engineering,
  • Distributed processing,
  • Computer Bks - General Information,
  • Computers - General Information,
  • Computer Books: General,
  • Multimedia systems,
  • Electronic data processing,
  • Interactive & Multimedia,
  • Computers / Computer Science

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages322
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8999134M
    ISBN 101857286774
    ISBN 109781857286779

    His works lay formal foundations for concurrent computations executed by interconnected computers. Some of the algorithms have become standard engineering practice for fault tolerant distributed computing - distributed systems that continue to function . Yet, several issues related to modeling, specification, analysis and design of distributed multimedia systems and applications are still challenging both researchers and practitioners. This book addresses fundamental design issues and research topics, related to multimedia systems, and provides a comprehensive study of the issues.

    system control.) • Real-time requirements of multimedia systems: • The fault-tolerance requirements of multimedia systems are usually less strict than those of real-time systems that have a direct physical impact. • For many multimedia system applications, missing a deadline is not a severe failure, although it should be avoided. A specification defining a graphical language for visualizing, specifying, constructing, and documenting the artifacts of distributed object systems. Title: Unified Modeling Language formal/ Normative Machine Readable Documents. Description Format URL OMG File ID.

    Abstract: Requirements for distributed processing of multimedia information are summarized and compared with the latest efforts in standardization. An approach to a communication model that can be viewed as a special form of a model for open distributed applications is outlined. The functions of a system for the handling of multimedia information and a functional model approach, including a. This book introduces behavioral modeling, a rigorous approach to behavioral specification and verification of concurrent and distributed systems. It is among the very few techniques capable of modeling systems interaction at a level of abstraction sufficient for the interaction to .


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Formal Specification Of Distributed Multimedia Systems by G. Blair Download PDF EPUB FB2

Formal Specification of Distributed Multimedia Systems, G.S. Blair and L. Blair and H. Bowman and A. Chetwynd,Computer Science, University of Kent at Canterbury.

Get this from a library. Formal specification of distributed multimedia systems. [Gordon Blair;]. REFERENCES 1 Blair, G, Blair, L S, Bowman, H and Chetwynd, A Formal Support for the Specification and Construction of Distributed Multimedia Systems, Tempo Project Deliverable, Technical Report MPG, Lancaster University () 2 Zimmermann, H 'OSI Reference Model - The ISO model of architecture for open systems interconnection' IEEE Trans Cited by: 6.

Blair, L. and Blair, Gordon S. and Bowman, H. and Chetwynd, Amanda G. () A framework for the formal specification and verification of distributed multimedia systems. In: Proceedings of the Workshop on Quality of Service and Network Performance, 2nd International Conference on Intelligence in Broadband Services and by: This self-contained textbook is designed to support undergraduate courses on formal methods and distributed systems, and will prove invaluable to any student seeking a reader-friendly introduction to formal specification, logics and inference systems, and automated model checking techniques.

Blair, L. and Blair, Gordon S. and Bowman, H. and Chetwynd, Amanda G. and Papathomas, M. () A framework for the formal specification of multimedia systems in open distributed processing MPG J.

In: Proceedings of the Workshop on Distributed Multimedia Applications and Quality of Service Verification. UNSPECIFIED, Montreal. BibTeX @MISC{Blair93formalsupport, author = {Gordon Blair and Prepared Gordon Blair and Lynne Blair and Howard Bowman and Amanda Chetwynd and Part I.

An and Introduction Tempo}, title = {Formal Support for the Specification and Construction of Distributed Multimedia Systems (The Tempo Project) Final Project Deliverable}, year = {}}. The field of distributed systems is now entering a stage of maturity with work focusing on standards for Open Distributed Processing (ODP).

However, i. This book presents the leading edge in several related fields, specifically object orientated programming, open distributed systems and formal methods for object oriented systems.

With increased support within industry regarding these areas, this book captures the most up-to-date information on. distributed multimedia systems If the multimedia systems are supported by multiuser system, then we call those multimedia systems as distributed multimedia systems.

A multi user system designed to support multimedia applications for a large number of users consists of a number of system.

The book draws on a diverse set of subdisciplines, including model-based design, concurrency theory, distributed algorithms, formal methods of specification and verification, control theory, real-time systems, and hybrid systems, explaining the core ideas from each that are relevant to system.

This classroom-tested textbook provides an accessible introduction to the design, formal modeling, and analysis of distributed computer systems. The book uses Maude, a rewriting logic-based language and simulation and model checking tool, which offers a simple and intuitive modeling formalism that is suitable for modeling distributed systems in.

Based upon this framework various research topics of distributed multimedia systems will be explored. Prerequisites: The student is expected to be familiar with programming languages, formal languages theory, database theory, data structures and computer networks.

The following courses are required: CS (formal structures), CS (database. This paper focuses on the likely impact of multimedia computing on formal description within ODP. In particular, a framework is proposed for the formal specification and verification of quality of service and more general real-time concerns in distributed multimedia systems.

His research interests include Multimedia Computing and Networking, Distance Learning, Software Engineering, and Formal Specification and Verification. He was a faculty of the Computer Engineering Department at Tamkang University in In andhe was a part time faculty of the Computer Engineering Department at Santa Clara University.

Formal specification, separation of concerns, multimedia, LOTOS, real-time temporal logics. INTRODUCTION Significant advances have now been made in the development of formal specification techniques for communications and distributed systems.

However, major challenges remain before such techniques reach maturity. The formal specification and verification of distributed multimedia systems. Author: Blair, Lynne. Awarding Body: University of Lancaster Current Institution: Lancaster University Date of Award: Availability of Full Text.

Abstract: A distributed multimedia system (DMS) is an integrated communication, computing, and information system that enables the processing, management, delivery, and presentation of synchronized multimedia information with quality-of-service guarantees.

Multimedia information may include discrete media data, such as text, data, and images, and continuous media data, such as. Multimedia Database Management Systems realizing the reference architecture of Figure l(a): spatiotemporal modeling of monomedia/composite multimedia and the suitability of two well-known data-modeling paradigms, relational versus object-oriented, for developing a general-purpose multimedia DBMS.

A number of attempts have been made. The book culminates in chapters that address the emerging areas of mobile and ubiquitous computing and distributed multimedia systems before presenting a substantial case study focusing on the design and implementation of the distributed systems infrastructure that supports Google both in terms of core search functionality and the increasing.

The introduction of such continuous media data to distributed systems demands the need for continuous data transfers over relatively long periods of time. High bandwidth is required. The second requirement of distributed multimedia applications is the need for sophisticated quality of service (QoS) management.A specification defining a graphical language for visualizing, specifying, constructing, and documenting the artifacts of distributed object systems.

Title: Unified Modeling Language.Distributed Systems 8th International Symposium, ISoLALimassol, Cyprus, November, Proceedings, Part III Leveraging Applications of Formal Methods, Verification and Validation.