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Sudhir Dixit, PhD, is the Head of Network Technology, USA, in Nokia Siemens Networks. His current area of interest is broadband access. Previously, he was a research fellow and a senior research manager in Nokia Research Center, where he worked on IP/ATM, wireless, content networks, and optical networks. He has published or presented over 150 papers, published three books, and holds sixteen patents. Dr. Dixit is on the Steering Board of the Wireless World Research Forum and is also Chair of the SIG on Self-Organization of Wireless World Systems. He is a Fellow of IET and IETE and a Senior Member of IEEE. Ramjee Prasad, PhD, is the Wireless Information Multimedia Communications Chair and Codirector of the Center for PersonKommunikation, Aalborg University, Denmark. He has published over 300 technical papers and twenty-three books. Dr. Prasad is a Fellow of IET and IETE, a Senior Member of IEEE, and a Member of NERG.
Preface. Contributor List. 1 Introduction to Networked Home. Mahbubul Alam, Sudhir Dixit, and Ramjee Prasad 1.1 Background. 1.2 Technology Adoption Trends. 1.3 Social Network. 1.3.1 Business Applications. 1.4 Consumer Trends. 1.5 Living in Real Time. 1.6 Confluence of Events. 1.7 Application and Service Convergence. 1.8 Network Convergence and Regulations. 1.9 Terminal Convergence. 1.10 Home Networking. 1.10.1 Home Computing. 1.10.2 Home Entertainment. 1.10.3 Home Communications. 1.10.4 Home Monitoring and Management. 1.11 Connected Home. 1.12 Vision of the Future. 1.13 Brief Overview of the Book. 1.14 Conclusions. References. 2 Media Format Interoperability. Anthony Vetro 2.1 Background. 2.2 Media Formats. 2.2.1 Image and Video Formats. 2.2.2 Audio Formats. 2.2.3 Transport and File Formats. 2.2.4 Profiles and Levels. 2.3 Metadata Formats. 2.3.1 Content Descriptions. 188.8.131.52 Media Format. 184.108.40.206 Data Abstraction. 220.127.116.11 Multiple Variations. 18.104.22.168 Transcoding Hints. 2.3.2 Usage Environment Descriptions. 22.214.171.124 Terminal Capabilities. 126.96.36.199 Network Characteristics. 2.3.3 User Preferences. 2.3.4 Electronic Program Guide. 2.4 Media Adaptation. 2.5 Mandatory Media Format Profiles. 2.6 Media Format Interoperability: An Example. 2.7 Conclusions. References. 3 Media Description and Distribution in Content Home Networks. Edwin A. Heredia 3.1 Diversification of Media Format Variants. 3.2 Content Home Network Architecture Components. 3.3 Content Format Variants in the Home. 3.4 Description of Content Features and Device Capabilities. 3.5 Media Exchange Description Language. 3.5.1 MXDL Media Object Descriptions. 3.5.2 MXDL Device Capability Descriptions. 3.6 Conclusions. References. 4 Mobile Device Connectivity in Home Networks. Mika Saaranen and Dimitris Kalofonos 4.1 Related Work. 4.2 Basic Home Use Cases. 4.3 Home Networking Challenges. 4.4 Architecture and Technologies for Local and Remote Home Connectivity. 4.4.1 Overview of Home Connectivity Architecture. 4.4.2 Local Connectivity. 4.4.3 Remote Connectivity. 4.5 Conclusions. References. 5 Generic Access Network Toward Fixed - Mobile Convergence. Claus Lindholt Hansen 5.1 Trends in the Industry. 5.2 Standardization. 5.3 Gan Overview. 5.3.1 Security. 5.3.2 "Discovery" and "Registration". 5.3.3 Rove in and Rove Out. 5.3.4 Transparent Access to Services in the Mobile Core Network. 5.3.5 GPRS Support in GAN. 5.3.6 Location Services. 5.3.7 Emergency Services. 5.3.8 GAN Protocol Architecture. 5.3.9 Bluetooth or Wi-Fi? 5.4 Benefits with the GAN Technology. 5.4.1 Operators. 5.4.2 End User. 5.4.3 Terminal Availability. 5.5 Practical Experiences. 5.6 Impact on Networks and Processes. 5.7 Discussion. 5.8 Evolution of GAN. 5.9 Conclusions. 6 Secure Wireless Personal Networks: Home Extended to Anywhere. John Farserotu and Juha Saarnio 6.1 AVision of a Personal Network. 6.2 Some Example Scenarios. 6.2.1 Health. 6.2.2 Home and Daily Life. 6.2.3 Distributed Work. 6.3 System and Requirements. 6.4 User Requirements and Scenarios. 6.5 Network Architecture. 6.6 Access and Access Control Techniques. 6.7 Security. 6.8 Devices and Service Platforms. 6.9 System Optimization and Operator Perspectives. 6.10 Toward Personal Services over Personal Networks. 6.11 Conclusions. References. 7 Usable Security in Smart Homes. Saad Shakhshir and Dimitris Kalofonos 7.1 Survey of Related Work. 7.1.1 User Interaction with Security. 7.1.2 Security in Smart Spaces. 7.1.3 User Interaction with Security in Smart Spaces. 7.2 Basic Home Security Use Cases. 7.3 A Smart Home Security Model. 7.4 Design Challenges. 7.5 Usability. 7.6 Conclusions. References. 8 Multimedia Content Protection Techniques in Consumer Networks. Heather Yu 8.1 Techniques for Multimedia Content Protection. 8.1.1 Basic Security Requirements for Content Protection. 188.8.131.52 Application Requirements. 184.108.40.206 Technology Requirements. 8.1.2 Traditional Techniques. 220.127.116.11 Encryption and Authentic