Mohammad Alshayeji

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The growing number of digital audio and video repositories has resulted in a desperate need for eeective techniques to deliver data to users in a timely manner. Due to geographical distribution of users, it is not cost eeective to have a centralized media server. In this paper, we investigate issues involved in the design of a distributed video server (DVS)(More)
The rapid development in Information and Communication Technology has had a significant impact on traditional educational systems and learning. Today, E-Learning has become a widely accepted way of learning. With increasing numbers of users, a wide range of learning services and the growth of educational content, E-Learning has emerged as the mode for(More)
Many multimedia applications require the storage and retrieval of non-traditional data types such as audio, video and images. One important functionality required by these applications is the capability to nd objects in a database that are similar to a given object. The comparison algorithms for multimedia data types are typically computationally expensive.(More)
Recent technological advances in computer, high-speed network, and data compression are accelerating the realization of media-on-demand (MOD) systems. In this paper, we investigate issues involved in the design of a distributed server to support MOD application. We describe Eager Pipelining Policy which utilizes resources, that are otherwise unused, to(More)
As the industry of Network of Chips (NoCs) evolves, the reliability and performance of these systems are becoming more critical requirement. The fault tolerance issue is an essential factor that has a direct impact on the reliability of the system. Many techniques were developed to boost the fault tolerance capability of NoCs. This is either implemented on(More)
Many multimedia applications require the storage and retrieval of non-traditional data types such as audio, video and images. One important functionality required by these applications is the capability to nd objects in a database that are similar to a given object. The comparison algorithms for multimedia data types are typically computationally expensive.(More)