knowledge transfer


Telecommunication & Multimedia

There is a trend to use more and more desktop and mobile computers as telecommunications terminals and vice versa terminals tend to be more autonomous or incorporate intelligence with the aid of autonomous computing machines. Also, telecommunications networks embed more and more self adaptive mechanisms that enable them to respond better in unpredictable offer/demand situations. The realization of adaptive management platforms as a common basis of various distributed multimedia applications that have the ability quickly adapt to small fluctuation of the system states is a great challenge in the area.


Some possible directions SAS can be applied in Telecommunication & Multimedia application areas:
  • The problem of resource allocation in telecommunication networks
  • Application of layered multi-agents system. management platforms
  • Hybrid systems that control the adaptive coding scheme of time varying telecommunications channels
  • Develop generic multimedia telecommunications applications of important social impact and potential commercial value (distribution of information related to mobility in the environment), which are adapted and adaptive to the requirements of most potential users (including special groups like disabled people, elderly people, occasional users, professionals), in terms of communication means, information content and man-machine interface.
  • Increase in service effectiveness of existing textual databases through the use of multimedia information and adaptability and adaptivity concepts.
  • Transparent access to remote databases, geographically distributed throughout the territory, and integration of different information. Increase in the quality of information; "right" information to different users in terms of information content, and telecommunication facilities.
  • Automatic user interface adaptability at design time and adaptivity at run-time.

The Key Nodes involved in Telecommunication & Multimedia applications are to engage in technology transfer and research according to the activity plan but also by initiating task forces.

Industrial members should benefit from:
  • Receiving free information (case studies, consultancy etc.) provided by other members.
  • Networking for creating consortia for projects as EUNITE provides a great pool of relevant Academic Research and Industrial partners.
  • Identifying the future trends and hot areas in Telecommunication & Multimedia applications of Smart Adaptive Systems
  • Increased interaction Academia-Industry as it can lead the direction of academic work in this field
  • Contributing relevant benchmark problems (via Technology Transfer) and get an insight of the benefits SAS can achieve in their specific problems.
  • Getting information and training in workshops, tutorials and other educational activities of EUNITE (via Training and Education) so they get an advantage vis-a-vis their competitors.

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