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DATE

2002-10-24

AUTHORS

Mohamed Ahmed , Hamid Harroud , Roger Impey , Ahmed Karmouch

ABSTRACT

In this paper, we aim to provide adaptive multimedia services especially video ones to the users in an efficient and secure manner. Users moving outside the office should be able to maintain an office-like environment at their current locations. First, the agents within the architecture negotiate the different communication and interaction factors autonomously and dynamically. Moreover, we needed to develop a user agent in addition to service and system agents that could negotiate the requirements and capabilities at run time to furnish best possible service results. Thus we designed and integrated a video indexing and key framing service within an overall agent-based architecture. We integrated this video indexing and content-based analysis service to adapt the video content according to run time conditions. We designed a video XML schema to validate the media content out of this multimedia service according to specific requirements and features. More... »

PAGES

119-127

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1998. Integrating mobile agents into the mobile middleware in MOBILE AGENTS
  • 1998. Agent negotiation for supporting personal mobility in INTELLIGENT AGENTS FOR TELECOMMUNICATION APPLICATIONS
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    TITLE

    Mobile Agents for Telecommunication Applications

    ISBN

    978-3-540-00021-1
    978-3-540-36086-5

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    http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/3-540-36086-7_11

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    http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/3-540-36086-7_11

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