Date of Award

6-1-2001

Document Type

Thesis (Undergraduate)

Department

Department of Computer Science

First Advisor

David Kotz

Second Advisor

Daniela Rus

Abstract

We present and analyze a system for dynamically tailoring discrete audio content for numerous users based on aggregate data and intuitive feedback mechanisms. The framework for this system utilizes a flexible client-server architecture to facilitate audio dissemination, with particular attention to distribution over wireless networks. We discuss the requirements and specifications of such a system. We further analyze the algorithms and protocols required for its operation. Finally, we outline and provide data from a demonstration of this application.

Comments

Originally posted in the Dartmouth College Computer Science Technical Report Series, number TR2001-398.

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