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Unformatted text preview: EE579 Assignment 3 Mobile Media: Seamless Music Player (or) Bluetooth Based Peer-to-Peer Gaming University of Southern California Department of Electrical Engineering EE579 Spring 2008 Instructors: Murali Annavaram & Bhaskar Krishnamachari Assignment #3 Due: Feb 11 th 2008, 4PM APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: In this programming assignment you will have a chance to either use Mobile Media API (MMAPI) to create a seamless music player or use the MIDP 2.0 standard 2D gaming API to create a Bluetooth based multi player game. You can select one of the two programming assignments and do that assignment. However, remember that irrespective of what assignment you choose you are still responsible for knowing the programming API for both MMAPI and Gaming as future assignments may need you to understand both API. 5% additional credit will be given to students who do both assignments. Come on, Challenge yourselves !! 1. Seamless Media Player: Develop a media player using MMAPI API. The media player connects to a HTTP server to download music. Traditionally HTTP is not meant for streaming applications, but it is nonetheless used extensively for streaming. One problem with HTTP is that the client nonetheless used extensively for streaming....
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This note was uploaded on 12/22/2010 for the course EE 579 taught by Professor Krishnamachari/annavaram during the Spring '08 term at USC.
- Spring '08
- Electrical Engineering