Dwipal A. Desai

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Digital continuous media (CM) are now well established as an integral part of many applications. With highdefinition (HD) displays becoming increasingly common and large network bandwidth available, high-quality video streaming has become feasible, and novel, innovative applications possible. However, the majority of existing systems for HD-quality(More)
HYDRA is a High-performance Data Recording Architecture for streaming media. The goal of HYDRA is to improve current and enable new applications by acting as an efficient media stream coordinator that manages the transmission, recording, and playback of many different data streams simultaneously. The objective of HYDRA is to use a unified paradigm that(More)
Presently, digital continuous media (CM) are well established as an integral part of many applications. With High Definition (HD) displays becoming increasingly common and large network bandwidth available, high quality video streaming has become feasible and novel, innovative applications possible. However, the majority of the existing systems for HD(More)
Presently, digital continuous media (CM) are well established as an integral part of many applications. In recent years, a considerable amount of research has focused on the efficient retrieval of such media [10, 13]. Scant attention has been paid to servers that can record such streams in real time. However, more and more devices produce direct digital(More)
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