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ACM MMSys 2020 Grand Challenge - Twitch

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11 June 2020: The team of May Lim, Mehmet N. Akcay, Abdelhak Bentaleb, Ali C. Begen and Roger Zimmermann, participated in the Adaptation Algorithms for Near-Second Latency Grand Challenge sponsored by Twitch at the ACM MMSys 2020 conference. The challenge focused on achieving near-second end-to-end latency for CMAF-based DASH live streaming. The team's submission is entitled "When They Go High, We Go Low: Low-Latency Live Streaming in dash.js with LoL". The work achieved second place - congratulations ! The LoL code, which is an extension to the open source dash.js video player, is available for download from GitHub.

GitHub LoL dash.js download: here.

NUS School of Computing news coverage: here.

Video presentation of LoL (YouTube, from ACM MMSys 2020): here.

Last Updated on Saturday, 04 July 2020 11:53

PhD Thesis Defense by Dilruk Perera

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10 June 2020: Dilruk Perera has successfully defended his PhD Thesis work entitled "Towards Comprehensive User Preference Learning: Modeling User Preference Dynamics Across Networks for Recommendations." Congratulations to Dr. Dilruk Perera ! His dissertation will be available soon in ScholarBank@NUS. For readers interested in Dilruk's work on recommender systems, these are his conference papers:

  • Dilruk Perera and Roger Zimmermann. “Towards Comprehensive Recommender Systems: Time-Aware Unified Recommendations Based on Listwise Ranking of Implicit Cross-Network Data.” 34th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), 2020.
  • Dilruk Perera and Roger Zimmermann, “CnGAN: Generative Adversarial Networks for Cross-network User Preference Generation for Non-overlapped Users,” The Web Conference (WWW), 2019.
  • Dilruk Perera and Roger Zimmermann, “LSTM Networks for Online Cross-Network Recommendations,” 27th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), 2018.
  • Dilruk Perera and Roger Zimmermann, “Exploring the use of Time-Dependent Cross-Network Information for Personalized Recommendations,” 25th ACM International Conference on Multimedia (MM), 2017.
Last Updated on Friday, 12 June 2020 12:54

ACTE - Low-Latency Life Streaming

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11 January 2020: Our work on low-latency life video streaming, ACTE, with CMAF chunked transfer encoding was referenced in a presentation by Will Law, Chief Architect, Media Cloud Engineering at Akamai. His talk at the Demuxed 2019 conference was entitled "Three Roads to Jerusalem." The YouTube video of the talk mentions ACTE here.

Last Updated on Saturday, 11 January 2020 17:25

Faculty Teaching Excellence Award AY 2018/2019

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28 February 2020: Roger Zimmermann has received the Faculty Teaching Excellence Award from the NUS School of Computing for the Academic Year AY2018/2019.

Last Updated on Friday, 28 February 2020 15:27

Dean's Graduate Research Excellence Award

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8 January 2020: Dilruk Perera has received the SoC Dean's Graduate Research Excellence Award. This is a prestigious award from the NUS School of Computing that is given to senior Ph.D. students who have made significant research achievements during their Ph.D. studies. Congratulations to Dilruk !

Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 January 2020 15:38
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