Date Added: Oct 2010
Recent research on mobile Internet protocol television and Digital Right Management (DRM) interconnections has focused on multimedia technologies designed to enhance content scalability and adaptive content distribution. However, due to the architectural and scalable limitations, recent systems are not flexible and securable with respect to their adaptive content distribution and protective policy management. Therefore, the authors propose a content protective multi-agent platform that provides secure multimedia services, correlation management, pattern-based management, and Multi-source Multi-use (MsMu)-based services. Their architecture, supported by DRM, lets them create a rich set of MsMubased content protection and seamless multimedia services through the extension of One source Multi-use (OsMu)-based content services.