Michael Finkenzeller

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The goal of this paper is to make the similarities and differences of Peer-to-Peer (P2P) and Mobile Ad Hoc (MANET) networks clear. Thus we want to show the synergetic potential hidden in these two decentralized and self organizing networks. Peer-to-Peer and mobile ad hoc networks are established on a different basis. Peer-to-Peer is based on an IP network(More)
— The Peer-to-Peer paradigm to utilize resources at the edge of a network offers a wide area of application scenarios based on services like file sharing and GRID computing. In this paper, we employ the P2P paradigm to provide a monitoring service for network statistics to end-users, network operators or interested applications. The basic principle is that(More)
We evaluated a mobile video system for surgical teleconsultation. A video streaming server in the operating room transmitted video and audio to a hand-held computer (personal digital assistant [PDA]) over a wireless local area network. Two groups of 20 surgeons (each with 12 qualified surgeons and eight surgeons between the 2nd and the 4th year of training)(More)
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