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Doris Schiöberg's Publications

2014

Schiöberg, Doris (2014). From Online Social Network usage to the design of Distributed Online Social Networks. Technische Universität Berlin


2012

Schiöberg, Doris and Schneider, Fabian and Schiöberg, Harald and Schmid, Stefan and Uhlig, Stefan and Feldmann, Anja (2012). Tracing the Birth of an OSN: Social Graph and Profile Analysis in Google+. Proceedings of ACM Web Science (WebSci '12). ACM.


Schiöberg, Doris and Schneider, Fabian and Trédan, Gilles and Uhlig, Steve and Feldmann, Anja (2012). Revisiting Content Availability in Distributed Online Social Networks. (Technical Report)


2009

Schiöberg, Doris (2009). PeerSoN – A P2P Infrastructure for Social Networks. (Talk at TU München)


Schiöberg, Doris and Schneider, Fabian and Sonja, Buchegger (2009). PeerSon – A P2P Online Social Network: Infrastructure Design and Evaluation. (Poster at Deutsche Telekom Laboratories, Off-Site Meeting)


Buchegger, Sonja and Schiöberg, Doris and Vu, Le Hung and Datta, Anwitaman (2009). PeerSoN: P2P Social Networking – Early Experiences and Insights. Proceedings of the Second ACM Workshop on Social Network Systems 2009 (SNS '09), co-located with Eurosys 2009. ACM, 46–52.


2008

Schiöberg, Doris (2008). A Peer-to-peer Infrastructure for Social Networks. Technische Universität Berlin


Schiöberg, Doris (2008). Hardware Evaluation Indoor Testbed. Technische Universität Berlin


2007

Schiöberg, Harald and Karrer, Roger and Feldmann, Anja and Reim, Doris (2007). System infrastructure for the Magnets WiFi mesh. EuroSys2007 (poster session)


Ubiquitous TV delivery to the masses
Citation key KR-UTVDM-07
Author Karrer, Roger and Reim, Doris
Title of Book Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Pervasive Communications (IPC-07)
Pages 155–160
Year 2007
ISBN 0-7695-3006-0
ISSN 0742-1303
Location Jeju Island, Korea
Address Los Alamitos, CA, USA
Month October
Publisher IEEE Computer Society
Abstract The vision of ubiquitous delivery of TV streams to the masses at high quality is tantalizing. However, today, TV streaming is either limited to fixed wired outlets (IPTV), or it is distributed over DVB-x but the required receivers are not built into their devices. Wireless mesh networks have the potential to bridge this gap, as they can receive the TV from either technology and forward it over multiple hops to the user devices that are today equipped with 802.11 cards by default. This paper describes the set up of a TV streaming over the Magnets mesh network deployed in the city of Berlin. Initial performance evaluations on the Magnets backbone and the Magnets indoor mesh show that a combination of careful engineering and multi-card wireless routers can provide sufficient bandwidth to support TV streaming over wireless networks.
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