Connection management applications for high-speed audio networking

Sibanda, P. (2008) Connection management applications for high-speed audio networking. Masters thesis, Rhodes University.

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Traditionally, connection management applications (referred to as patchbays) for high-speed audio networking, are predominantly developed using third-generation languages such as C, C# and C++. Due to the rapid increase in distributed audio/video network usage in the world today, connection management applications that control signal routing over these networks have also evolved in complexity to accommodate more functionality. As the result, high-speed audio networking application developers require a tool that will enable them to develop complex connection management applications easily and within the shortest possible time. In addition, this tool should provide them with the reliability and flexibility required to develop applications controlling signal routing in networks carrying real-time data. High-speed audio networks are used for various purposes that include audio/video production and broadcasting. This investigation evaluates the possibility of using Adobe Flash Professional 8, using ActionScript 2.0, for developing connection management applications. Three patchbays, namely the Broadcast patchbay, the Project studio patchbay, and the Hospitality/Convention Centre patchbay were developed and tested for connection management in three sound installation networks, namely the Broadcast network, the Project studio network, and the Hospitality/Convention Centre network. Findings indicate that complex connection management applications can effectively be implemented using the Adobe Flash IDE and ActionScript 2.0.

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Additional Information:M.Sc. (Computer Science)
Uncontrolled Keywords:mLAN, connection management application
Subjects:Y Unknown > Subjects to be assigned
Divisions:Faculty > Faculty of Science > Computer Science
Supervisors:Foss, R. (Prof.) and Foster, G.G. (Prof.)
ID Code:1119
Deposited By: Nicolene Mvinjelwa
Deposited On:04 Nov 2008
Last Modified:06 Jan 2012 16:19
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