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Ph.D Theses

Yicong Zhou (Tufts University), “Multimedia Security System for Security and Medical Applications”, Advisor: Dr. Karen Panetta and Dr. Sos Agaian (2010)

Vinay Melkote (University of California, Santa Barbara),Optimal Delayed Decisions in Encoding and Decoding of Audio Signals and General Sources”, Advisor: Kenneth Rose (2010)

Xiaosong Lou (University of Southern California), “Peer-to-peer content networking with copyright protection and jitter-free streaming”, Advisor: Kai Hwang, 2009

P2P video streaming system has become popular among Internet users in recent years. This thesis studies two critical issues and proposes new solutions to P2P content distribution: copyright protection and jitter-free streaming.

Ping-Hao Wu (University of Southern California), “Efficient Management Techniques for Large Scale Video” Advisor: C.-C. Jay Kuo (2010)

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