Realizing a Soft Real-Time Framework for Supporting Distributed Multimedia Applications

@inproceedings{Fan1995RealizingAS,
  title={Realizing a Soft Real-Time Framework for Supporting Distributed Multimedia Applications},
  author={Changpeng Fan},
  booktitle={FTDCS},
  year={1995}
}
Multimedia operating systems must have real-time features and other supporting features in order to meet the QoS requirements of distributed multimedia applications. It is not enough to simply give communication processing activities higher priorities, it is necessary to realize a soft real-time framework which controls all system activities. In addition, feasible soft real-time scheduling schemes are the cornerstones for the functionality and efJiciency of the framework. In the papel; the… CONTINUE READING

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