Distributed Multimedia Systems. Resource Management Stream Adaptation Case Study The Tiger Video file server. Resource Management. Resource Scheduling.
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The Tiger Video file server
To provide Quality of Service (Qos) to an application not only system must have sufficient resource (performance), it also needs to make these resource available to an application when they are needed (scheduling).
For video files we use the following
scaling methods or combination of it.
reduces the resolution of video stream in the time domain by decreasing the number of video frames transmitted with in a interval.
reduces the number of pixels of each image in a video stream.
modifies compressed algorithm applied to a image.
Reduces the color depth of each image pixel
Reduces the number of entities in the color space
color -> gray scale
ATM Switching network
Video Distribution to clients
read it from relevant disk
transfer it to ATM network.