[e2e] NOSSDAV 2011 Call for Participation

Sheng-Wei (Kuan-Ta) Chen swc at iis.sinica.edu.tw
Mon Apr 25 03:57:39 PDT 2011

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++++++++++++++++++++ [ NOSSDAV 2011 Call for Participation ] ++++++++++++++++++++++

     The 21th International Workshop on Network and Operating Systems
                     Support for Digital Audio and Video

                              June 2 -- 3, 2011
                     Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada


                           *Registration now open!*
                   Early registration deadline: May 1, 2011

We invite you to attend NOSSDAV 2011, the 21st anniversary of SIGMM's leading 
workshop on network and operating systems support for digital audio and
video. The workshop, hosted at the University of British Columbia (UBC), will
continue to focus on emerging research topics, controversial ideas, and future
research directions in the area of multimedia systems research.

As in previous years, we will maintain the focused single-track format a setting
that stimulates lively discussions among the senior and junior participants.

** Technical Program: 

** Registration:

If you have any questions, please get in touch with the co-chairs:

   Charles "Buck" Krasic (Google Inc., USA)
   Kang Li (University of Georgia, USA) (kangli at cs.uga.edu)


** June 1, 2011 **

1700 - 1900 Reception at Computer Science lounge

** June 2, 2011 **

Keynote Speech
 Jim Bankoski (Google Inc.) - Topic: WebM/VP8

Session 1: Streaming
 - LAN-Awareness: Improved P2P Live Streaming 
 - In-Network Adaptation of H.264/SVC for HD Video Streaming over 
   802.11g Networks
 - Media-aware Networking for SVC-based P2P Streaming

Session 2: Wireless & Mobile Media Delivery
 - Mobile Video Streaming Using Location-Based Network Prediction and 
   Transparent Handover 
 - The Impact of Inter-layer Network Coding on the Relative Performance 
   of MRC/MDC WiFi Media Delivery
 - A Measurement Study of Resource Utilization in Internet Mobile Streaming

Session 3: Social Media
 - Understanding Demand Volatility in Large VoD Systems
 - Sharing Social Content from Home: A Measurement-driven Feasibility Study
 - Load-Balanced Migration of Social Media to Content Clouds


** June 3, 2011 **

Session 4: Networking
 - Improving HTTP performance using "Stateless" TCP
 - A DTN Mode for Reliable Internet Telephony
 - Inferring the time-zones of Prefixes and Autonomous Systems by monitoring 
   game server discovery traffic

Session 5: Systems 
 - GPU-based Fast Motion Estimation for On-the-Fly Encoding of 
   Computer-Generated Video Streams
 - SAS Kernel: Streaming as a Service Kernel for Correlated Multi-Streaming
 - Managing Home and Network Storage of Television Recordings."I filled my 
   DVR again! Now what?"

Session 6: Media Adaptation
 - Moving Beyond the Framebuffer
 - Systems Support for Stereoscopic Video Compression
 - Accurate and Low-Delay Seeking Within and Across Mash-Ups of 
   Highly-Compressed Videos

Session 7: Foundation of Media Communication
 - Scalable Video Transmission: Packet Loss Induced Distortion Modeling and 
 - Energy-efficient video streaming from high-speed trains
 - Celerity: Towards Low-Delay Multi-Party Conferencing

Concluding Remarks

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