A multimedia computer conferencing system.
Manley, James Edward
Wu, C. Thomas
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The purpose of this study is to review the state of interworkstation computer communications, suggest ways in which these communications can be utilized for multimedia computer conferencing, and provide the details of a prototype system which demonstrates some of the capabilities that multimedia computer conferencing systems can have. The source code for the prototype system is provided in the appendices. The results of this study are of interest to people designing command and control systems, integrated office automation systems, and personal and business communications systems. Additionally, the details of the multicomputer network information-sharing portion of the prototype can be useful to people who desire to distribute computational loads over a number of systems such as distributed graphics processing, scientific modeling and simulation, and engineering design and prototyping.
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