StreetTiVo: Using a P2P XML Database System to Manage Multimedia Data in Your Living Room


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Zhang, Ying and Vries, A.P. de and Boncz, P. and Hiemstra, D. and Ordelman, R.J.F. (2009) StreetTiVo: Using a P2P XML Database System to Manage Multimedia Data in Your Living Room. In: Joint International Conferences on Advances in Data and Web Management, APWeb/WAIM 2009, April 2-4, 2009, Suzhou, China (pp. pp. 404-415).

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Abstract:StreetTiVo is a project that aims at bringing research results into the living room; in particular, a mix of current results in the areas of Peer-to-Peer XML Database Management System (P2P XDBMS), advanced multimedia analysis techniques, and advanced information re- trieval techniques. The project develops a plug-in application for the so-called Home Theatre PCs, such as set-top boxes with MythTV or Windows Media Center Edition installed, that can be considered as programmable digital video recorders. StreetTiVo distributes compute- intensive multimedia analysis tasks over multiple peers (i.e., StreetTiVo users) that have recorded the same TV program, such that a user can search in the content of a recorded TV program shortly after its broad- casting; i.e., it enables near real-time availability of the meta-data (e.g., speech recognition) required for searching the recorded content. Street- TiVo relies on our P2P XDBMS technology, which in turn is based on a DHT overlay network, for distributed collaborator discovery, work coor- dination and meta-data exchange in a volatile WAN environment. The technologies of video analysis and information retrieval are seamlessly integrated into the system as XQuery functions.
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Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-00672-2_36
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