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Real-Time Multimedia Applications in a Web-Based Robotic Telecare System

Abstract

In this paper, real-time multimedia applications are integrated into a Web-based robotic telecare system. Using Java media framework (JMF), a video/audio conference system is developed to improve the interaction among caregivers, and switches remote robot manipulating privilege with the help of a centralized management server. This video/audio conference system is established on a similar profile of H.323 multipoint control unit (MCU). Access control is utilized to guarantee confidentiality of telecare users. Different telecare services are provided to meet requirements of various users. The whole telecare system is verified in a campus network.

Hou, Chunhai, Songmin Jia, and Kunikatsu Takase. “Real-Time Multimedia Applications in a Web-Based Robotic Telecare System.” Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems 38, no. 2 (October 1, 2003): 135-153.  

29 December 2009

Bibliographic Data

Title:

Real-Time Multimedia Applications in a Web-Based Robotic Telecare System

Author(s):

Hou, Chunhai; Jia, Songmin; Takase, Kunikatsu

Journal

Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems, 38(2), pp. 135-153
(2003-10-01)

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Full article

DOI:

10.1023/A:1027367715148

Keyword(s):

Multimedia, Robotics, Telecare, Web

Citation:

Hou, Chunhai, Songmin Jia, and Kunikatsu Takase. “Real-Time Multimedia Applications in a Web-Based Robotic Telecare System.” Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems 38, no. 2 (October 1, 2003): 135-153.  

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