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Alexandros Eleftheriadis. Architecting Video-on-Demand Systems: DAVIC 1.0 and Beyond. In International Symposium on Multimedia Communications and Video Coding (Invited Paper), Brooklyn, NY, October 1995.

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The structure of the paper is as follows. We first give an overview of a System Reference Model, that defines the basic components of a VoD system. We then describe in detail each of these components, namely the server, the delivery system (core and access networks), and the subscriber terminal, as well the necessary protocols operating between them. We conclude by discussing media encodings and future directions of the DAVIC effort. The description is necessarily brief, and it should be noted that it is based on the current draft status of the DAVIC specifications; the reader is encouraged to consult the actual text of the specifications for more detailed and up-to-date information

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   Author = {Eleftheriadis, Alexandros},
   Title = {Architecting Video-on-Demand Systems: DAVIC 1.0 and Beyond},
   BookTitle = {International Symposium on Multimedia Communications and Video Coding (Invited Paper)},
   Address = {Brooklyn, NY},
   Month = {October},
   Year = {1995}

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