[rtcweb] Coding for rtcweb

Frank Fitzek <ff@es.aau.dk> Tue, 28 May 2013 17:21 UTC

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Dear all,

I attended the meeting in Orlando and heard about your activities. I was 
highly motivated to follow this activity closer and plan to attend again 
in Berlin.

In our research group we are interested in P2P in combination with 
coding, namely network coding. I scanned the documents but could not 
find anything related yet. We have a network coding library and plan to 
integrate it to webrtc. We plan to have a running system in autumn for 
the Vancouver meeting.

Are there any other people in this group that look into similar directions?

Looking forward to start a discussion here or in Berlin.


Professor Dr.-Ing. Frank H.P. Fitzek
Aalborg University Head of Future Visions and Mobile Devices
Niels Jernes Vej 12, room A3 208 DK-9220 Aalborg Denmark
Phone:+49 173 54 829 47 or +45 9940 8678 Fax:+45 9815 1583
email:ff@es.aau.dk web:www.fitzek.net