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Continuous media transport and orchestration service. / Campbell, Andrew; Coulson, Geoff; Garcia, Francisco et al.

SIGCOMM '92: Conference proceedings on Communications architectures & protocols. ACM, 1992. p. 99-110.

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Campbell, A, Coulson, G, Garcia, F & Hutchison, D 1992, Continuous media transport and orchestration service. in SIGCOMM '92: Conference proceedings on Communications architectures & protocols. ACM, pp. 99-110, Conference Proceedings Communications Architectures & Protocols - SIGCOMM '92, Baltimore, MD, USA, 17/08/92. https://doi.org/10.1145/144179.144253

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Campbell, A., Coulson, G., Garcia, F., & Hutchison, D. (1992). Continuous media transport and orchestration service. In SIGCOMM '92: Conference proceedings on Communications architectures & protocols (pp. 99-110). ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/144179.144253

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Campbell A, Coulson G, Garcia F, Hutchison D. Continuous media transport and orchestration service. In SIGCOMM '92: Conference proceedings on Communications architectures & protocols. ACM. 1992. p. 99-110 doi: 10.1145/144179.144253

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Campbell, Andrew ; Coulson, Geoff ; Garcia, Francisco et al. / Continuous media transport and orchestration service. SIGCOMM '92: Conference proceedings on Communications architectures & protocols. ACM, 1992. pp. 99-110

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