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Next Generation Networking: Distributed Multimedia Information for Healthcare.

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Multimedia Tools and Applications: Special Issue on Distributed Adaptation, Representation and Processing of Multimedia Information. 2007 Apr;33(1):5-11.
Abstract: 

This paper is derived from a keynote address given at the DMS-03 meeting. It chronicles the need and development of next generation networks (NGN) in the United States. Specific organizational examples are derived from the Internet2-Abilene Network. The technical characteristics of a next generation network versus the Internet are discussed. Examples are given from the point of view of the need for a quality of service based network to deliver distributed multimedia healthcare information to the point of need. The concepts of network trust and of a network based scalable information infrastructure for the reliable delivery of distributed multimedia information is also introduced.

Ackerman MJ. Next Generation Networking: Distributed Multimedia Information for Healthcare. Multimedia Tools and Applications: Special Issue on Distributed Adaptation, Representation and Processing of Multimedia Information. 2007 Apr;33(1):5-11.