Salute to Jason Williams and Rolf Hemmerling

JS Wang (jesnwang@gcn.net.tw)
Wed, 24 Sep 1997 18:47:53 +0800


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Thanks Jason and Rolf for answering many questions. They are very
enthusiastic for solving many kinds of problems. I like to read the
email listing because of their existences. They provides many knowleges
and practices on cuseeme.
I major in computer science, I am very technical. When I was a
layman in this field, I took a course named "Basic Computer Concept"
--abbreviated as BCC. it is helpful for me to clarify the computer
terminology. During the period I subscribe this email listing, I have
found I didn't understand many terms on this field( especially, I am
interested in cuseeme reflector discussions, but I didn't catch what
they said ).
Compared with BComputerC, are there books or references to describe
the basic cuseeme concept, coincidentally it is still BCuseemeC? What I
want to know are Cu-seeme(you can say it Video-Conferencing) basics on
the client/reflector theory, video, audio, hardware/software, or
whatever related in this field.

Mr. Williams and Mr. Hemmerling:

Do you mind introducing me some references and let me go from ABC to XYZ
even to complex?

Thanks alot

Jenson Wang.

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Thanks Jason and Rolf for answering many questions. They are very enthusiastic for solving many kinds of problems.  I like to read the email listing because of their existences. They provides many knowleges and practices on cuseeme.
    I major in computer science, I am very technical. When I was a layman in this field, I took a course named "Basic Computer Concept" --abbreviated as BCC. it is helpful for me to clarify the computer terminology.  During the period I subscribe this email listing, I have found I didn't understand many terms on this field( especially, I am interested in cuseeme reflector discussions, but I didn't catch what they said ).
    Compared with BComputerC, are there books or references to describe the basic cuseeme concept, coincidentally it is still BCuseemeC?  What I want to know are  Cu-seeme(you can say it Video-Conferencing) basics on the client/reflector theory, video, audio, hardware/software, or whatever related in this field.

Mr. Williams and Mr. Hemmerling:

Do you mind introducing me some references and let me go from ABC to XYZ even to complex?

Thanks alot

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