Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering   Department of Communications and Networking   Research Group for Protocols, Services, and Software

Theses

I am offering a range of subjects in the context of my research interests listed above for special assignments and master theses. While I also accept theoretical work and simulations, my focus is clearly on engineering, meaning that I expect a workable product (e.g., a piece of code running on a PC or an embedded device). Hence, you may require well-developed coding, debugging, and possibly other practical skills. For practical reasons, I can only supervise theses that are written in English language.

Your thesis can also be connected to your day job in a company. It just should fit roughly into my general field of Internet technologies, communications, and distributed systems.

Important: For writing a thesis, the general rules of Comnet apply. Please take particular note of the thesis process instructions and the thesis content guidelines. Please also note that you are expected to have completed your special assignment before embarking on an MSc thesis.

Interest areas and topics

I am offering thesis topics in general in my areas of research, sometimes in the context of specific research topics, sometimes to start exploring new areas. Overall, I live somewhere between the networking and the application layer, but my interests also include the political and financial layers to some extent. The topic areas include but are surely not limited to (in no specific order):

This list is naturally incomplete and out-of-date. So, please contact me also on related topics.

PhD and Licentiate Theses

  1. Varun Singh: Protocols and Algorithms for Adaptive Multimedia Systems. PhD thesis, Aalto University, Comnet, June 2015.
  2. Somaya Arianfar: Revisiting Resource Utilization in the Internet: Architectural Considerations and Challenges. PhD thesis, Aalto University, Comnet, January 2015.
  3. Philip Ginzboorg: Security Mechanisms in Partially Isolated Networks. PhD Thesis, Aalto University, Comnet, May 2014.
  4. Mikko Särelä: BloomCasting for Publish/Subscribe Networks. PhD Thesis, Aalto University, Comnet, June 2011.
  5. Mikko Juhani Pitkänen: Data Availability in Challenging Networking Environments in Presence of Failures. PhD Thesis, Aalto University, Comnet, January 2011.
  6. Mikko Juhani Pitkänen: Managing Data in the Grid and in Challenging Networking Environments. Licentiate Thesis, TKK Comnet, 2008.
  7. Boris Nikolaus: Improving Efficiency and Enhancing Utilizability of Media-on-Demand Systems. Dissertation, Universität Bremen, 2008. (effective supervisor and 2nd reviewer)
  8. Olaf Bergmann: A framework for aggregation of presence information based on user-provisioned rules. Dissertation, Universität Bremen, 2007. (effective supervisor and 2nd reviewer)
  9. Dirk Kutscher: Local Coordination for Interpersonal Communication Systems. Dissertation, Universität Bremen, 2003. (effective supervisor)

Completed Masters Theses

  1. Kari Palenius: On the Feasibility of Ad-hoc Multi-player Games on Smart Phones. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2015.
  2. Kimmo Hietalahti: A Case Study for Bulk Data Transfer Using Aircraft. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2015.
  3. He Yunfeng: Cache friendly rate adaptation for Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (DASH). MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2015.
  4. Shourov Kumar Roy: Quantifying Device-to-Device Data Transfer in 802.11 Wireless Networks. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2015.
  5. Ishfaq Zareen: The Evolution of Dynamic AAA Routing and Diameter Agent Discovery. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2015.
  6. Masham Kalid: End-to-End Applications Migration Testing over IPv6 Based Cellular Networks. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2015.
  7. Mert Cihat Ocak: Implementation of an Internet of Things Device Management Interface. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2014.
  8. Teemu Kärkkäinen: Instant Messaging and Presence in Challenged Networks MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2014.
  9. Mohammad Hovaidi Ardestani: Congestion Control in Information-centric Networking Using Neural Networks. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2014.
  10. Tuukka Koistinen: Implementation and Evaluation of Security on a Gateway for Web-based Real-time Communication. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2014.
  11. Jose Luis Puig Guerra: Analysing Redundancies in the World Wide Web. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2014.
  12. Asrat Teshome: Study of Error Sources in Mobile Network Time Synchronization. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2014.
  13. Arindra Kumar Das: Web-based Real-time Communication-based Collaboration: An Evaluation Study of the Data Channel. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2014.
  14. Magnus Boye: Measuring Websites from a Global Perspective. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2014.
  15. Ali Majid: Public e-Procurement Interoperability in the EU (Case Study). MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2013.
  16. Albert Abelló Lozano: Performance Analysis of Topologies for Web-based Real-time Communication (WebRTC). MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2013.
  17. Michael Solomon Desta: A Local Pedestrian Mobility Model for Urban Content Sharing. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2013.
  18. Nagasai Panchakarla: Adaptive Voice Applications over Delay Tolerant Networks. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2012.
  19. Niko Lahtinen: Integrating and Dimensioning Security Camera Systems. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2012.
  20. Sarantorn Bisalbutra: Publish/Subscribe Gateway for Real-time Communication. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2012.
  21. Junxi Jin: Mobile Implementation of Floating Content Service. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2012.
  22. Fida Ullah Khattak: Dual Stack Mobile IP Security and Bootstrapping. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2012.
  23. Marcin Nagy: Using FEC for rate adaptation of multimedia streams. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2012.
  24. Edward Sereko Younge: A Testbed for Protocol Analysis for the Internet of Things. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2012.
  25. Syed Safi Ali Shah: Opportunities for Media Processing in Video Conferences for Cooperating Over the Top and Operator Networks. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2012.
  26. Binoy Chemmagate: An Experimental Study of Web Transport Protocols in Cellular Networks. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2012.
  27. Gonca Gürlek: Simulation of measurement devices in medical network. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2012.
  28. Saba Ahsan: Multipath RTP: Applying Multipath Communication to Real-time Applications. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2011.
  29. Marzia Nazari: Analyzing Mobile Web Usage Characteristics. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2011.
  30. Alejandra Soni Garcia: Monitoring and Repair for Unstructured Media Streams. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2011.
  31. Adrián Yanes: OpenWeather: A Peer-to-Peer Weather Data Transmission Protocol. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2011.
  32. César Marco Rubio: Study of the Applicability of Model-Driven Methodologies for the Design of Auto-nomic Behaviors. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2011.
  33. Arseny Kurnikov: Web browser for delay-tolerant networks. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2011.
  34. Sharmista Chatterjee: Crowd Sourcing Mobile Internet Access Characteristics to improve Video Streaming. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2011.
  35. Shengye Lu: Real-Time Media Streaming over Challenged Networks. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2011.
  36. Veikko Oskari Pankakoski: Experimental Design for a Next Generation Residential Gateway. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2010.
  37. Sathyanarayanan Suryanarayanan: Evaluation of Application layer repairing techniques for multicast IPTV networks. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2010.
  38. Varun Ranjit Singh: Rate-control for Conversational H.264 Video Communication in Heterogeneous Networks. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2010.
  39. Mehammedneja Kemal Rahmato: Impacts of IPsec Implementation on LTE IP Connectivity. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2010.
  40. Juuso Tuohometsä: Applying Honeypots against Bot Networks and Self-Propagating Malware in the Internet. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2010.
  41. Yunqiu Zhong: A Message Repository for Delay-tolerant Networks. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2010.
  42. Veera Andersson: Network Address Translator Traversal for the Peer-to-Peer Session Initiation Protocol on Mobile Phones. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2010.
  43. Jaakko Kestilä: Leveraging Operator Assets: A Business Model Perspective. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2010.
  44. Ritu Mittal: Membership and Media Management in Centralized Multimedia Conferences based upon Internet Engineering Task Force Protocol Building Blocks MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2010.
  45. Tomi Juslin: Agile Testing and Test Automation in 3G Network Element Platform Testing MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2010.
  46. Jarno Lääveri: Analysis of the Impact of Network Performance Measurement Design Choices. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2010.
  47. Cheng Luo: Design and Implementation of Voice Application over Ad-hoc Networks Using UPnP. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2010.
  48. Petri Ylikoski: Applying DTN to Mobile Internet Access: A Case Study. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2010.
  49. Antti Turunen: Call Control Architecture for Integrated Media Server MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2010.
  50. Joonas Penttinen: An Internet Service Connectivity Protocol for Mobile Devices in Unknown IP Network Environments. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2010.
  51. Anssi Turkulainen: Delay-tolerant Networking for the Open Mobile Software Platform: An Application Case Study. MSc thesis, Aalto University, 2010.
  52. Md. Tarikul Islam: Voice Communication in Mobile Delay-tolerant Networks. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2009.
  53. Jukka Collan: Server Authentication and Authorization Portal Based on Single Sign-on. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2009.
  54. Ni Na: Keyword-driven Automated Performance Testing of User Interfaces: a Case Study for the Open Element Management System Suite. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2009.
  55. Toni Pesonen: Applying Veritas Provisioning Manager in Multimedia Messaging Service Backup and Installation Processes. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2009.
  56. Efsun Gürlek: Specifying and Verifying Requirements for Transmission of Medical Data in Public Networks. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2009.
  57. Päivi Parviainen: Securing Real-time Transport Protocol-based Media Traffic in the IP Multimedia Subsystem. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2009.
  58. Pauli Kongas: Exchanging Prerequisites for Trusted Communication in a Mobile Signature Mesh. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2009.
  59. Ville Ryhänen: Converting CORBA-based Fault Management to SNMP. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2009.
  60. Efsun Gürlek: Specifying and Verifying Requirements for Transmission of Medical Data in Public Networks. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2009.
  61. Jukka Collan: Secure Authentication and Authorization Portal Based on Single Sign-on MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2009.
  62. Jouni Petrow: Networking In Closed-Loop Product Lifecycle Management. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2009.
  63. Toni Sebastian Pesonen: Applying Veritas Provisioning Manager in Multimedia Messaging Service backup and installation processes MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2009.
  64. Michael Peltonen: Security Event Collection within a Distributed Heterogeneous Networking Environment. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2009.
  65. Na Ni: Keyword-driven Automated Performance Testing of User Interfaces: a Case Study for the Open Element Management System Suite. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2009.
  66. Jegadish Devadoss: Data Distribution over an Overlay Network. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2009.
  67. Jukka Kommeri: System Management in Server-based Computing with Virtualization. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2009.
  68. Mwesiga W. Barongo: Dimensioning Mobile WIMAX in the Access and Core Network: A Case Study. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2008.
  69. Jukka Lehtniemi: Protection Concerns using Switched Ethernet as Internal Bus for a Telecommunication Network Element. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2008.
  70. Marko Repo: Supporting Group Mobility in Mission-Critical Wireless Networks for SIP-based Applications MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2008.
  71. Ari Keränen: Host Identity Protocol-based Network Address Translator Traversal in Peer-to-Peer Environments. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2008.
  72. Mikko Rönö: Performance Optimization of UMTS Radio Network towards Quality of Service. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2008.
  73. Ilkka Kiiskinen: Session Initiation Protocol-based Media Server Control Protocols. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2008.
  74. Jarna Hälinen: Email Service Problem Base and Solution Ideas. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2008
  75. Pasi Antero Lehto: Service Provider Considerations for Offering Presence Services with SIP. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2008.
  76. Frans Ekman. Mobility Models for Mobile Ad Hoc Network Simulations. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2008.
  77. Lauri Peltola: Enabling DTN-based Web Access: the Server Side. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2008.
  78. Lu Xiaojun: Disruption Tolerance for SIP. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2008.
  79. Tuomas Kareinen: Delivering reputation information in centralized systems. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2008.
  80. Antti Mattila: Best Practices for Network Infrastructure Management -- A Case Study of Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL). MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2008.
  81. Kari-Pekka Perttula: Evolution of the Media Gateway in CDMA2000-Based Layered Architecture Core Network. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2008.
  82. Lauri Silvennoinen: Legacy Network Address Translator Traversal Using the Host Identity Protocol. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2008.
  83. Pekka Tapio Nurmi: Securing Access to Mobile Operator Core Networks Using IKEv2. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2007.
  84. Ken Uchida: Characterizing hop-by-hop and end-to-end performance in a static wireless multihop environment. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2007.
  85. Samuli Pyökkö: A Requirements-based Assessment of SIP Servers. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2007.
  86. Heidi-Maria Rissanen: Mechanisms for Robust Multimedia Conferencing Using SIP. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2007.
  87. Mona Saxena: Test Automation Analysis in System Testing for the Intelligent Packet Core. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2007.
  88. Juho Seppänen: Prospects of Peer-to-Peer SIP for Mobile Operators. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2007.
  89. Christoph Dwertmann: A Testbed Framework Design for Protocol Development and Evaluation in Wireless Mobile Ad-hoc and Delay-tolerant Networking Environments. Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 2007.
  90. Wille Wahlroos: Replicating Information in a Power Distribution Management System. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2006.
  91. Heikki Keränen: An Overview of Mobile IPv6 Home Agent Redundancy. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2006.
  92. Mikko Hautala: Mobile IPv6 performance in 802.11 networks: handover optimizations on the link and network layer: MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2006.
  93. Juhani Hietikko: Implementation of MAC-c Protocol for an Improved UMTS Internet Access. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2006.
  94. Antti Leskelä: Usable Security: Finding Solutions for Bringing Usability to Security Products. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2006.
  95. Omar Mukhtar: Design and Implementation of Bundle Protocol Stack for Delay-Tolerant Networking. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2006.
  96. Kevin Loos: Papageno: Eine skalierbare Distributionsplattform für heterogene Empfängergruppen. Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 2006.
  97. Steven Hülsmeier: Realisierung einer Unterbrechungs-toleranten Kommunikationsplattform auf der Basis der DTN-Architektur. Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 2006.
  98. Mikko Viitanen: Measuring Media Gateway Software Efficiency Using Performance Monitor Counters. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2005.
  99. Esko Harjama: Investigation and Evaluation of Systems for Generating Automatic Alerts Using Honeynet Data. MSc thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, 2005.
  100. Janico Greifenberg: Generation, Encapsulation and Processing of Metadata with Internet Media Guides. Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 2005.
  101. Tobias Hartmann: Entwurf und Implementierung eines Systems zur Aggregation und Distribution von SIP-basierten Presence-Informationen. Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 2004.
  102. Holger Bastisch: Entwurf und Implementierung eines mobilen Kommunikationssystems für Netze mit intermittierender Konnektivität Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 2004.
  103. Anja Prelle: Synchronisation von Adreßinformationen innerhalb einer IP-Telefonie-Domain Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 2004.
  104. Bernd Kaßner: Entwurf und Implementierung einer replizierten Infrastruktur zur DNS-basierten Auflösung von E.164-Rufnummern im IP-Telefonie-Umfeld. Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 2003.
  105. Thomas Buntrock: Authentifikation, Autorisierung und Abrechnung (AAA): eine Sicherheitsinfrastruktur für eine heterogene Netzumgebung am Beispiel von WLAN-Zugriff und IP-Telefonie. Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 2002.
  106. Victor Wundersee: Entwurf und Implementierung einer Protokoll-agnostischen erweiterbaren Mbus-Architektur zur Verteilung von IP-Telefonie-Routing-Informationen. Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 2002.
  107. André Pfannkuchen: Einführung von Middle-Boxes für Media-Streaming-Systeme im Internet \*- Analyse und prototypische Realisierung Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 2002
  108. Eilert Brinkmann: Entwurf und Implementierung von Sicherheitsmechanismen zur Realisierung eines IP-Telefonie-Dienstes auf der Basis des Session Initiation Protocols (SIP) unter Berücksichtigung der universitätsspezifischen Anforderungen. Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 2002.
  109. Carsten Pieper: Entwurf und Implementierung eines Linux-Kernel-Subsystems zur Unterstützung von ISDN-basierter Sprachkommunikation über das BSD-Socket-Interface. Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 2001.
  110. Michael Hohmann: Einsatz von Simulationen zur Analyse und Verifikation von Algorithmen zur fehlertoleranten Echtzeit-Multicast-Kommunikation in drahtlosen IP-Netze. Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 2001.
  111. Dirk Meyer: Anruf- und Mediensteuerung auf der Basis von Mbus und SDPng: exemplarische Realisierung einer IP-PBX. Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 2001.
  112. Andreas Büsching: Entwicklung einer verteilten Architektur für ein modulares System zur Adaption von Steuer- und Medienströmen in Multi-Protokollumgebungen für IP-Telefonie und Multimediakonferenzen Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 2001.
  113. Niels Pollem: Entwurf und Implementierung eines ausbaufähigen Gateways zur Umsetzung unterschiedlicher Verbindungssteuerungsprotokolle für IP-Telefonie. Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 2000.
  114. Markus Germeier: Entwurf und Implementierung einer Mbus-gesteuerten Engine für verlustunempfindliches Video über IP. Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 2000.
  115. Ralf Kollmann: Design and Implementation of a Group Awareness System for Facilitating Synchronous Interpersonal Communication. Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 1999.
  116. Stefan Prelle: Entwurf und Implementierung eines H.323-Gatekeepers zur Ressourcenverwaltung und Zugangsregelung für IP-Telefonie-Dienste. Diploma thesis, Universität Bremen, 1999.
  117. Matthias Kerkhoff: Entwurf und Implementierung eines Dienstes zum Dateitransfer in Mehrpunkt-Telekonferenzen auf der Basis der ITU-T-Empfehlung T.127. Studienarbeit, TU Berlin, 1997.
  118. Christoph Reichert: Umsetzung der Konferenzsemantik der ITU-T-Empfehlung T.124 auf der Basis des IETF-Konferenzsteuerungsprotokolls SCCP. Diploma thesis, TU Berlin, 1997.
  119. Björn Koseler: Integration von Sicherheitsmechanismen in ein Desktop-Multimedia-Konferenzsystem auf der Basis der ITU-T-Empfehlung H.323. Diploma thesis, TU Berlin, 1997.
  120. Peter Binner: Entwurf und Implementierung einer graphischen Benutzeroberfläche zum entfernten Zugriff auf eine Konferenzdatenbank. Studienarbeit, TU Berlin, 1996.
  121. Arne Melcher: Erweiterung eines Transportdienstes für Mehrpunktkommunikation in Telekonferenzen auf der Basis der ITU-T-Empfehlungen T.122/T.125. Diploma thesis, TU Berlin, 1996.
  122. Christoph Reichert: Spezifikation und Implementierung eines horizontalen Konferenzsteuerungsprotokolls für multicastfähige IP-Netze als Grundlage für Interoperabilität zwischen Konferenzsteuerungssystemen auf der Basis von ITU-T- und IETF-Normen. Studienarbeit, TU Berlin, 1996.
  123. Jutta Degener: Design and Implementation of a Conference Management System for Teleconferences based on the ITU-T Recommendation T.124. Diploma thesis, TU Berlin, 1995.
  124. Tobias Krullmann: Entwurf und Implementierung eines Dienstes zur Verwaltung der Zustandsinformationen von Telekonferenzen als Basis für Interoperabilität zwischen ITU-T-T.124-basierten und anderen Konferenzsteuerungssystemen. Diploma thesis, TU Berlin, 1995.
  125. Boris Nikolaus: Entwurf und Implementierung eines Adaptionsprotokolls zur Integration von MTP-2 in den ITU-T Multipoint Communication Service. Studienarbeit, TU Berlin, 1995.
  126. Boris Nikolaus: Weiterentwicklung und Optimierung des Adaptionsprotokolls MMAP zum effizienten Einsatz des ITU-T Multipoint Communication Service in multicastfähigen IP-Netzen. Diploma thesis, TU Berlin, 1995.
  127. Hans-Christian Gehrcke: Entwurf und Implementierung einer Shared Whiteboard-Applikation auf der Grundlage der ITU-T-Empfehlung T.126 (Still Image Conferencing). Diploma thesis, TU Berlin, 1995.
  128. Jörg Simm: Implementierung eines Vermittlungsschichtprotokolls auf der Basis der ITU-T-Empfehlung T.123 unter STREAMS. Diploma thesis, TU Berlin, 1995.
  129. Nils Seifert: Analyse, Erweiterung und Implementierung eines Transportprotokolls für Mehrpunktkommunikation in Telekonferenzen auf der Basis von IP-Multicast. Diploma thesis, TU Berlin, 1994.
  130. Torsten Kerschat: Integration eines Transportprotokolls für Mehrpunktkommunikation auf der Basis von IP-Multicast in den Kernel von Solaris 2. Diploma thesis, TU Berlin, 1994.
  131. Andreas Schmidt: Analyse, Erweiterung und Implementierung eines Transportdienstes für Mehrpunktkommunikation in Telekonferenzen auf der Basis der ITU-T-Empfehlung T.122. Diploma thesis, TU Berlin, 1994.
  132. Harald Kahlfeld: Spezifikation und Implementierung eines Konferenzinformations-Protokolls zur Integration von Groupware-Moduln in ein Telekonferenzsystem. Diploma thesis, TU Berlin, 1994.
  133. Ingo Rübe: Entwurf und Implementierung eines Protokolls zur Mehrpunktkommunikation auf der Basis der CCITT-Empfehlung T.122. Studienarbeit, TU Berlin, 1993.
  134. Petra Lafrenz: Entwurf und Implementierung von Anwendungen zur Demonstration und Bewertung eines Mehrpunktkommunikationsdienstes. Studienarbeit, TU Berlin, 1993.
  135. Hans-Jürgen Lautenbach: Fernbedienung von MS-Windows-Anwendungssystemen unter OS/2 \(em Systemeinbettung in ein PC-integriertes Videokonferenzsystem. Diploma thesis, TU Berlin, 1993.
  136. Hartmut Völz: Fernbedienung von MS-Windows-Anwendungssystemen unter OS/2 \(em grafische Einbettung in ein PC-intergriertes Videokonferenzsystem Diploma thesis, TU Berlin, 1993.

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