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A Design and Implementation of Robot Control Policy for Domain Administration-Oriented Search Engine
Journal of Korea Multimedia Society, volume 2, issue 1, 1999, Pages 1~8
To provide information service with time constraints, it is required to support real-time information system for retrieval and update of distributed information. In this paper, we propose an information retrieval system model for internet. We design and implement a Domain Administration-Oriented search engine for the regional information network. Accordingly, an intelligent robot gathering and updating distributed information is implemented. And, in order to improves the performance of the system, a realtime robot control policy based on the loads of network and web server is proposed.
Temporal Data Migration Strategies by Time Granularity and LST-GET
Journal of Korea Multimedia Society, volume 2, issue 1, 1999, Pages 9~21
This paper presents the time-segmented storage structure in order to increment search performance and the two data migration strategies: migration by Time Granularity and migration by LST-GET. In the migration strategy by Time Granularity, we describe how to assign entity version to the past, current segment, and future segments. We also describe searching and moving processes for data validity at a granularity level. In the migration strategy by LST-GET, we describe how to computer the value of dividing criterion. We simulate the search performance of the proposed segmented storage structure in comparison with the conventional storage structure in comparison with the conventional storage structure in relational database system. Finally, extensive simulation studies are performed in order to compare the search performance of the migration strategies with the time-segmented storage structure.
Design and Evaluation of a Dynamic Disk Striping and a Group-Alternation Round-Robin Data Placement Method for Video-on-Demand Serves
Journal of Korea Multimedia Society, volume 2, issue 1, 1999, Pages 22~29
In video-on-demand systems, movies are striped across the disks of the array in a video server to support multiple access. The blocks of the movies have to be placed carefully on the disks of the array in a video server in order to avoid load imbalance across these disks as well as to achieve maximum utilization of both space and bandwidth of these disks. This paper proposes a movie placement method called the GARR (group-alternation round-robin) that is based on the dynamic disk striping method considering the popularity of movie. The GARR uses group-alternation as movie selection policy and round-robin as data placement policy, where group-alternation allocates popular movie and unpopular movie groups to disks alternately. The performance of the GARR is evaluated by simulations.
An Adaptive Active Noise Cancelling Model Using M-Channel Subband QMF Filter Banks
Journal of Korea Multimedia Society, volume 2, issue 1, 1999, Pages 30~37
A wideband active noise cancelling system involves adaptive filters with hundreds of taps. The computational burden required with these long adaptive filters. This paper presents active noise cancelling system using M-channel QMF filter banks in which the adaptive weights are computed in subbands. The analysis and synthesis filter banks use cosine-modulated pseudo QMF filters. The reference signal for on-line identification of error path transfer characteristics is used to difference signal between the output of adaptive filters and the output of lowpass subband filters. The proposed adaptive subband filter bank suggests robust active noise cancelling system retaining the computational complexity and convergence speed advantaged of subband processing.
Fractal Image Compression using the Minimizing Method of Domain Region
Journal of Korea Multimedia Society, volume 2, issue 1, 1999, Pages 38~46
In this paper, the fractal image compression using the minimizing method of domain region is proposed. It is minimize to domain regions in the process of decoding. Since the conventional fractal decoding applies to IFS(iterative function system) for the total range blocks of the decoded image, its computational complexity is a vast amount. In order to improve this using the number of the referenced times to the domain blocks for the each range blocks, a classification method which divides necessary and unnecessary regions for IFS is suggested. If necessary regions for IFS are reduced, the computational complexity is reduced. The proposed method is to define the minimum domain region that a necessary region for IFS is minimized in the encoding algorithms. That is, a searched region of the domain is limited to the range regions that is similar with the domain regions. So, the domain region is more overlapped. Therefore, there is not influence on image quality or PSNR(peak signal-to-noise ratio). And it can be a fast decoding by reduce the computational complexity for IFS in fractal image decoding.
Design of Radio Interface Protocols for Broadband CDMA Wireless Local Loop and Access Channel Performance Analysis
Journal of Korea Multimedia Society, volume 2, issue 1, 1999, Pages 47~58
In this paper, we design the radio interface protocols of wideband Wireless Local Loop(WLL) that uses wideband Code Division Multiple Access(CDMA), and propose the random access procedures on access channel and analyze the performance of the channel. The structure of radio interface protocols are designed by three modular parts to meet the requirements of IMT-2000 : radio resource controlling part that depends on the radio resources, connection controlling part that is independent of the radio resources, and application part that supports the interface between different parts and user terminals. In addition, we propose the random access procedures on access channel and analyze the performance of the channel. We assume that both near-far effect and shadow fading can be compensated by open loop power control. We observe that the number of access probes(delay) depend on the initial mobile transmission power and power increment, and the poor estimation of initial mobile transmission power might increase the average number of access probes.
A Study on Basic Technologic for File Transmission Between Base-Station and Mobile Hosts
Journal of Korea Multimedia Society, volume 2, issue 1, 1999, Pages 59~68
Multimedia applications have an ability to transmit a lot of data in real time. In mobile circumstances the replay of continuous multimedia data in real time causes frequent replay breaks and poor service quality because of low transmission speed and new transmission path settings in hand-off. To avoid these unfavorable side effects, we need a new mechanism which can transmit data efficiently between base station and mobile hosts, to control the buffers of mobile hosts, and to switch to a new transmission path rapidly in hand-off. The study is to propose how to give good service to mobile hosts during hand-off and the mechanism which can increase the number of mobile hosts in the cell unit.
Design and Implementation of EMS(Element Management System) based on TMN Architecture
Journal of Korea Multimedia Society, volume 2, issue 1, 1999, Pages 69~79
We have implemented the telecommunication management functions based on TMN (Telecommunications Management Network) architecture that is standardized by ISO/ITU-T. TMN has been developed to manage heterogeneous networks, services and equipment. In this paper, we first analyze the detailed functions of EMS (Element Management System) that performs core functions in the subnetwork management of TMN architecture. We propose an implementation method of EMS for efficient subnetwork management and verify its performance and functionality through detailed implementation and various testing. The proposed EMS consists of EML-Manager module and NML-Agent module. The EML-Manager module controls NEL (Network Element Layer) through the CMIP operations on the managed-objects. The NML-Agent module processes the requests from NMS (Network Management System) in upper layer. We have implemented NMS that performs only the NML-Manager function to test the proposed EMS, and we have used NE-Agent that was designed and implemented by the B-ISDN Lab. of Yeungnam University. The implemented EMS has three management functions: configuration management function, performance management function, and fault management function. We confirmed that the EMS operated normally as we tested the EMS. As further research works, the implementation of NMS with both NML-Manager function and SML-Agent function is required.
Special Memory Design for Graphics
Journal of Korea Multimedia Society, volume 2, issue 1, 1999, Pages 80~88
In this paper, we propose a Special Memory for Graphics(SMGRA) which accelerates memory access time for graphics operations. The SMGRA has a rectangular array memory architecture which has already proposed by Whelan to process pixels in the rectangle area simultaneously, but the SMGRA should improve address decoding time and reduce the number of address pins by using address multiplexing scheme. The SMGRA has a Z-value comparator in the DRAM which is to convert read-modify-write Z buffer into single-write only operation that improves approximately 50% frame buffer access bandwidth.
-Shaped Interpolation Algorithm for Displaying the Multi-Source Signal on the Flat Panel Display
Journal of Korea Multimedia Society, volume 2, issue 1, 1999, Pages 89~98
In this paper, we propose the delta-shaped interpolation method for displaying multi-source video signals on a-Si TFT LCD Panel. The proposed method can be implemented by using less circuits than the conventional methods. Thus it can be applied to the FPD(Flat Panel Display) system without any cost increase such as field memory cost. In order to compare the picture quality of the proposed method with that of the conventional methods, the computer simulation has been executed by checking PSNR, which is especially focused on the edge characteristics. The simulation results show that the proposed method is better than others from the point of view on the edge and local characteristics of the image. Finally, the characteristics and trade-off of the proposed method are discussed.
A Noise-Robust Adaptive NLMS Algorithm with Variable Convergence Factor for Acoustic Echo Cancellation
Journal of Korea Multimedia Society, volume 2, issue 1, 1999, Pages 99~108
In this paper, a new robust adaptive algorithm is proposed to improve the performance of AEC without computational burden. The proposed adaptive algorithm is based on NLMS algorithm, and its step-size is varied with the reference input signal power and the desired signal power. Its step-size is normalized by the sum of the powers of the reference input signal and the desired signal. When the near-end speaker's speech and noise are applied into the microphone, the step-size becomes small and the misalignment of coefficients are reduced. The convergence speed is comparable to NLMS algorithm at AEC application because the echo signals are attenuated about 10∼20 dBSPL. The characteristics of this algorithm is also analyzed and compared with conventional ones in this paper.