Jonas Markussen

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In this paper, we present the dataset <i>Right Inflight</i> developed to support the exploration of the match between video content and the situation in which that content is watched. Specifically, we look at videos that are suitable to be watched on an airplane, where the main assumption is that that viewers watch movies with the intent of relaxing(More)
In this paper, we present a demo that utilizes Device Lending via PCI Express (PCIe) in the context of a multi-auditory environment. Device Lending is a transparent, low-latency cross-machine PCIe device sharing mechanism without <i>any</i> the need for implementing application-specific distribution mechanisms. As workload, we use a computer-aided diagnosis(More)
The challenge of scaling IO performance of multimedia systems to demands of their users has attracted much research. A lot of effort has gone into development of distributed systems that add little latency and computing overhead. For machines in PCI Express (PCIe) clusters, we propose Device Lending as a novel solution which works at a system level. Device(More)
We propose a Context of Experience task, whose aim it is to explore the suitability of video content for watching in certain situations. Specifically, we look at the situation of watching movies on an airplane. As a viewing context, airplanes are characterized by small screens and distracting viewing conditions. We assume that movies have properties that(More)
In this paper, we present the computer-aided diagnosis part of the EIR system [9], which can support medical experts in the task of detecting diseases and anatomical landmarks in the gastrointestinal (GI) system. This includes automatic detection of important findings in colonoscopy videos and marking them for the doctors. EIR is designed in a modular way(More)
Time-dependent applications using TCP often send thin-stream traffic, characterised by small packets and high inter-transmission-times. Retransmissions after packet loss can result in very high delays for such flows as they often cannot trigger fast retransmit. Redundant Data Bundling is a mechanism that preempts the experience of loss for a flow by(More)
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