Y. Romboyannakis

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In contrast to pure video servers, advanced applications such as digital libraries or teleteaching exhibit a mixed workload with massive access to conventional, ''discrete'' data such as text documents, images and indexes as well as requests for " continuous data ". In addition to the service quality guarantees for continuous data requests,(More)
An important issue in multimedia information systems that has received considerable attention is to provide performance and service quality guarantees for \continuous" streams of video/audio data, especially bounding the rate of non-timely data fragments, so-called \glitches", under a given number of concurrently served streams. An equally important but(More)
In contrast to pure video servers, advanced multimedia applications such as digital libraries or teleteaching exhibit a mixed workload with massive access to conventional, " discrete " data such as text documents, images and indexes as well as requests for " continuous data " , like video and audio data. In addition to the service quality guarantees for(More)
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