The ACM Mile-High Video Conference (MHV/2023) has published the majority of the papers presented at this year’s conference in one handy pdf for download, titled “MHV ’23: Proceedings of the 2nd Mile-High Video Conference.”
The conference, sponsored by ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) SIGMM (Special Interest Group Multimedia), ran May 7 – 10, 2023 in Denver.
The scholarly articles featured in the download cover a wide range of subjects concerning video streaming and video coding.
Dr Rufael Mekuria, PhD of Unified Streaming co-wrote and presented four such papers at the conference. All four of the papers appear in the pdf, and are also available for download in the research section of Unified Streaming’s site.
Mekuria didn’t work alone. He collaborated on the papers with other industry and academic researchers, and two Unified Streaming colleagues — Research Engineer Roberto Ramos-Chavez and CTO Arjen Wagenaar.
In the paper “Framework for Authoring and Delivery of Targeted Media Presentations using a Smart Edge Proxy Cache,” also co-authored by Varnish Software’s Espen Braastad, the researchers “propose a framework for authoring and delivery of targeted media streaming presentations using existing online media content.”
Mekuria also served on MHV/2023’s technical program committee, and was recognized for his efforts, winning one of the Best TPC (Technical Program Committee) Member Awards.
Held annually, ACM Mile-High Video Conference is an opportunity for “participants from both industry and academia to present, share, and discuss innovations and best practices from multimedia content production to consumption,” according to the proceedings document’s foreword.
Technical program chairs for MHV/2023 were Christian Timmerer (Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt) and Dan Grois (Comcast). General chairs were Tamar Shoham (Beamr); Alex Giladi (Comcast); and Ali C. Begen (Ozyegin University).
Organizer ACM is the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society.