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17 February 2014 Role-based adaptation for video conferencing in healthcare applications
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Proceedings Volume 9029, Visual Information Processing and Communication V; 902908 (2014)
Event: IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging, 2014, San Francisco, California, United States
A large number of health-related applications are being developed using web infrastructure. Video is increasingly used in healthcare applications to enable communications between patients and care providers. We present a video conferencing system designed for healthcare applications. In face of network congestion, the system uses role-based adaptation to ensure seamless service. A new web technology, WebRTC, is used to enable seamless conferencing applications. We present the video conferencing application and demonstrate the usefulness of role based adaptation.
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Oscar Figuerola, Hari Kalva, Antonio Escudero, and Ankur Agarwal "Role-based adaptation for video conferencing in healthcare applications", Proc. SPIE 9029, Visual Information Processing and Communication V, 902908 (17 February 2014);


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