Yung-Chi Wang

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A novel model namely Extended Real-Time Synchronization Model (E-RTSM) for modeling SMIL2.0 synchronization behaviors is proposed in this paper. E-RTSM deals with schedule-based synchronization as well as event-based synchronization in SMIL2.0. Converting of the temporal relationship of a SMIL2.0 document to E-RTSM is presented. Moreover, design of the(More)
A new analytical method for aminoglycosides (kanamycin, bekanamycin, paromomycin and tobramycin) based on capillary electrophoretic separation and argon-ion laser-induced fluorescence detection has been developed. 6-Carboxyfluorescein succinimidyl ester (CFSE) was used for precolumn derivatization of the non-fluorescent aminoglycosides. Optimal separation(More)
This paper proposes iPTT, a peer-to-peer Push-toTalk (PTT) service for Voice over IP (VoIP). In iPTT, a distributed and mobile-operator independent network architecture is presented to accelerate the deployment of the PTT service. Based on the proposed architecture, the message flows for call establishment/teardown are designed to show the feasibility of(More)
A novel synchronization model namely Extended Real-Time Synchronization Model (E-RTSM) for modeling SMIL2.0 temporal behaviors is proposed in this paper. E-RTSM deals with event-based/non-deterministic synchronization as well as schedule-based synchronization in SMIL2.0. Converting of the temporal relationship of a SMIL2.0 document to E-RTSM is presented.(More)
Timeline-based editing provides users an intuitive and friendly way for multimedia authoring, but the schedule-based and deterministic property of timeline results in the lack of the ability for supporting non-deterministic temporal behavior, which is one of the key features of SMIL2.0. This paper presents the effort of supporting non-deterministic temporal(More)
Timeline-based editing provides nonprofessional users an intuitive and friendly way for multimedia authoring, but the schedule-based and deterministic property of timeline results in the lack of the ability for supporting non-deterministic temporal behavior, which is one of the key features of SMIL2.0. This paper presents our elaborate effort of supporting(More)
Timeline-based editing provides users an intuitive and friendly way for multimedia authoring, but the schedule-based and deterministic property of timeline results in the lack of the ability for supporting non-deterministic temporal behavior, which is one of the key features of SMIL2.0. This paper presents the effort of supporting non-deterministic temporal(More)
Dividable Dynamic Timeline (DDTL) was proposed in our previous work to address the non-deterministic temporal behavior in SMIL2.0 scripts. This paper presents the mechanisms for the reuse of SMIL2.0 scripts in authoring a new presentation. To reuse a SMIL2.0 script, the script must be converted to elements in DDTL. By the reuse of existing SMIL2.0 scripts(More)
Dividable Dynamic Timeline (DDTL) was proposed in our previous work to address the non-deterministic temporal behavior in SMIL2.0 scripts. This paper presents the mechanisms for the reuse of SMIL2.0 scripts in authoring a new presentation. To reuse a SMIL2.0 script, the script must be converted to elements in DDTL. By the reuse of existing SMIL2.0 scripts(More)
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