Multimedia Technology And Applications

Author: David Hillman
Editor: Delmar Pub
ISBN: 9780827384989
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Make a multimedia project or internet site come to life! Discover how to integrate text, graphics, audio, video and animation through design and authoring tools, using the core fundamentals and technology that create powerful and successful multimedia products. Learn how to determine factors such as hardware requirements, operating systems, and software, as well as how best to utilize the dynamics of the multimedia development process, teams and resources. If you wish to develop and deliver multimedia products, this book is a must!

Multimedia Technology And Applications

Author: Vincent W.S. Chow
Editor: Springer
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With the help of technological advancement and IT innovation, the development of multimedia technology has evolved from an experimental stage to practical applications in industry. Although multimedia research and applications are well established, its revolution has changed at such a rapid pace that yesterday's multimedia technology is obsolete or outdated. The objective of this book is to serve as a bridge to update knowledge in this area. Papers in this book address the applications of multimedia in business. A total of 61 papers selected from 22 countries are included, and were presented at the International Conference on Multimedia Technology and Management held in December 11 - 14, 1996 at the Hong Kong Baptist University. Topics covered are multimedia at work, hypertext/hypermedia, distributed multimedia education, multimedia training, telecommunications & technology, and business applications. This book will enrich the knowledge of all readers in the use of multimedia technology.

Multimedia Technology For Applications

Author: Bing J. Sheu
Editor: Wiley-IEEE Press
ISBN:
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"With an emphasis on consumer electronics, the contributing authors to Multimedia Technology for Applications present the very latest advances in signal processing, communications and networking, computer databases, and circuits and systems as they relate to multimedia technology and applications. Topics covered include: multimedia systems; standards, and trends; submicro electronic enabling technologies; digital library servers; networking; multimedia signal processing and applications"--Publisher's description.

Multimedia Technology And Applications

Author: Olive Marsh
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ISBN: 9781635491913
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This book elucidates new techniques of multimedia technology and their applications in a multidisciplinary approach. It provides thorough knowledge about the various new concepts and methods emerging in this field. Multimedia technology refers to the new age technology which combines the different media like text or print. It can be displayed, recorded, played and accessed by computer and electronic devices. It has two major categories namely linear and nonlinear which will be elaborated more profoundly in the text. Some of the diverse topics covered in the book address the varied branches that fall under this category. This text is a complete source of knowledge on the present status of this important field.

Multimedia Technologies Concepts Methodologies Tools And Applications

Author: Syed, Mahbubur Rahman
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1599049546
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"This book offers an in-depth explanation of multimedia technologies within their many specific application areas as well as presenting developing trends for the future"--Provided by publisher.

Multimedia In Practice

Author: Judith Jeffcoate
Editor: Prentice Hall PTR
ISBN: 9780131233249
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Designed as a guide for program development managers and project leaders who need to introduce multimedia features into their applications, this comprehensive volume covers the full range of multimedia available, outlines the basic components and technologies, describes a range of possible applications (illustrated with real-world examples), and discusses the impact of multimedia on professionals in the computing industry. Discusses the applications, benefits and problems of using multimedia. Surveys multimedia systems, components and technology (multimedia platforms, development tools, image, audio, video, storage and retrieval, communications). Explores applications (training and education, kiosks for information and sales, image processing, information subsystems, and office automation). Explores the impact of multimedia (integration with existing systems, related technologies, and design, organization and training). For managers, applications developers, and system integrators in the IT industry.

Multimedia Networking Technology Management And Applications

Author: Syed, Mahbubur Rahman
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 9781591400059
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In recent years rapid Internet growth has pushed the development of new multimedia applications in all aspects of life such as entertainment, communication, collaborative work and electronic commerce. Future applications will make use of different technologies like voice, data and video, but in order to make such a wide variety of multimedia applications successful, a number of technology and management issues must be addressed. Multimedia Networking: Technology, Management and Applications addresses the dynamic and efficient uses of resources ? a fundamental aspect of multimedia networks. Geared toward professionals, educators and students alike, this exciting new book will detail current research and the future direction of multimedia networking.

Multimedia Technologies

Author: Banerji
Editor: Tata McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9780070669239
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Encyclopedia Of Multimedia Technology And Networking Second Edition

Author: Pagani, Margherita
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1605660159
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Advances in hardware, software, and audiovisual rendering technologies of recent years have unleashed a wealth of new capabilities and possibilities for multimedia applications, creating a need for a comprehensive, up-to-date reference. The Encyclopedia of Multimedia Technology and Networking provides hundreds of contributions from over 200 distinguished international experts, covering the most important issues, concepts, trends, and technologies in multimedia technology. This must-have reference contains over 1,300 terms, definitions, and concepts, providing the deepest level of understanding of the field of multimedia technology and networking for academicians, researchers, and professionals worldwide.

Multimedia Applications

Author: Ralf Steinmetz
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3662088762
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Multimedia Applications discusses the basic characteristics of multimedia document handling, programming, security, human computer interfaces, and multimedia application services. The overall goal of the book is to provide a broad understanding of multimedia systems and applications in an integrated manner: a multimedia application and its user interface must be developed in an integrated fashion with underlying multimedia middleware, operating systems, networks, security, and multimedia devices. Fundamental information and properties of hypermedia document handling, multimedia security and various aspects of multimedia applications are presented, especially about document handling and their standards, programming of multimedia applications, design of multimedia information at human computer interfaces, multimedia security challenges such as encryption and watermarking, multimedia in education, as well as multimedia applications to assist preparation, processing and application of multimedia content.

Multimedia Technologies Designs Tools And Applications

Author: Kyle Baldwin
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ISBN: 9781682856871
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Any content, which integrates different content forms such as audio, animations, interactive content, images and video to convey a message is known as multimedia. It can be displayed, recorded, played and accessed by devices or tools like mobile phones, tablets, computers, televisions, etc. The two broad categories of multimedia technology are linear and non-linear. Linear multimedia technologies refer to the content progression without viewer navigational control whereas non-linear multimedia employs interactivity to control progression, like in video games. The usage of multimedia technology is constantly growing. It is used in advertising, journalism, designing video games, animations like VFX, computer-based education, etc. It is also used in technical fields like mathematical and scientific research, medicine and engineering. This book traces the progress in the field of multimedia technology and highlights some of its key designs and tools. Such selected concepts that redefine this vast subject have been presented herein. Those with an interest in multimedia technology and its applications would find this book helpful.

Distributed Multimedia

Author: Palmer W. Agnew
Editor: Addison-Wesley
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With global communications systems rapidly converging into a single, interactive, digital network, the efficient, effective, and perhaps profitable conveyance of multimedia information to and from remote locations is now near at hand. How is this convergence building, who are the major players in it, and how will your own future as an information user or provider be affected? This book answers these questions. Authors Agnew and Kellerman, through their teaching, and through their work with IBM's Multimedia Business Unit, have been immersed for years in the development and direction of new information systems. Drawing on their first-hand experience, they describe here, for both technical and not-so-technical readers, the technologies that are making distributed multimedia both possible and affordable. They describe the principal applications and opportunities that have emerged from a combination of these technologies, as well as the associated challenges yet to be met. Through examples, case studies, and interviews with other experts, they illustrate what is both technically feasible and economically viable--what is likely to succeed, and what well may fail. The authors' emphasis throughout this book is on where you fit in, specifically, what you can expect to see and gain from the emergence of distributed multimedia, and how you can actively participate. Whether your interest in the subject is business-related or personal, you will find here a broad perspective on the current state of the digital information industry and a valuable preparation for what's yet to come. 0201765365B04062001

Multimedia Systems

Author: John F. Koegel Buford
Editor: Addison-Wesley Professional
ISBN:
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This carefully edited book provides a technical introduction to key issues in multimedia, including detailed discussion of new technologies, principles, current research, and future directions. The book covers important interdisciplinary aspects of digital multimedia systems, among them sound and video recording, television engineering, digital signal processing, systems architectures, user interface, and algorithms. Multimedia Systems furnishes a unified treatment of recent developments in the field, bringing together in one volume multimedia elements common to a range of computing areas such as operating systems, database management systems, network communications, and user interface technology. Features Comprehensive overview of fundamental principles and key issues in multimedia computing. Integrated presentation of multimedia technologies and their applications to a variety of settings. Author and contributors are leading researchers in multimedia computing. Large number of illustrations. 0201532581B04062001

Handbook Of Multimedia Information Security Techniques And Applications

Author: Amit Kumar Singh
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 303015887X
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This handbook is organized under three major parts. The first part of this handbook deals with multimedia security for emerging applications. The chapters include basic concepts of multimedia tools and applications, biological and behavioral biometrics, effective multimedia encryption and secure watermarking techniques for emerging applications, an adaptive face identification approach for android mobile devices, and multimedia using chaotic and perceptual hashing function. The second part of this handbook focuses on multimedia processing for various potential applications. The chapter includes a detail survey of image processing based automated glaucoma detection techniques and role of de-noising, recent study of dictionary learning based image reconstruction techniques for analyzing the big medical data, brief introduction of quantum image processing and it applications, a segmentation-less efficient Alzheimer detection approach, object recognition, image enhancements and de-noising techniques for emerging applications, improved performance of image compression approach, and automated detection of eye related diseases using digital image processing. The third part of this handbook introduces multimedia applications. The chapter includes the extensive survey on the role of multimedia in medicine and multimedia forensics classification, a finger based authentication system for e-health security, analysis of recently developed deep learning techniques for emotion and activity recognition. Further, the book introduce a case study on change of ECG according to time for user identification, role of multimedia in big data, cloud computing, the Internet of things (IoT) and blockchain environment in detail for real life applications. This handbook targets researchers, policy makers, programmers and industry professionals in creating new knowledge for developing efficient techniques/framework for multimedia applications. Advanced level students studying computer science, specifically security and multimedia will find this book useful as a reference.

Understanding Networked Multimedia

Author: Fran├žois Fluckiger
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ISBN: 9780131909922
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Covers all networking, multimedia applications and technology in one volume. Has a tutorial approach to the subject, complete with formal definitions, glossary (500 terms), 230 illustrations, a list of frequently asked questions, real world examples and analogies, and end-of-chapter summaries. Sophisticated technologies are explained in a rigorous but easy-to- understand way. Network managers and administrators handling private and public LANs or WANs, system designers, computer industry product developers, and multimedia IS managers.

Multimedia And Web Technology

Author: Reeta Sahoo, Gagan Sahoo
Editor: Saraswati House Pvt Ltd
ISBN: 9351990893
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Intelligent Multimedia Technologies For Networking Applications Techniques And Tools

Author: Kanellopoulos, Dimitris
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1466628340
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As ubiquitous multimedia applications benefit from the rapid development of intelligent multimedia technologies, there is an inherent need to present frameworks, techniques and tools that adopt these technologies to a range of networking applications. Intelligent Multimedia Technologies for Networking Applications: Techniques and Tools promotes the discussion of specific solutions for improving the quality of multimedia experience while investigating issues arising from the deployment of techniques for adaptive video streaming. This reference source provides relevant theoretical frameworks and leading empirical research findings and is suitable for practitioners and researchers in the area of multimedia technology.

Digital Signal Image And Video Processing For Emerging Multimedia Technology

Author: Byung-Gyu Kim
Editor: MDPI
ISBN: 3039438573
File Size: 79,17 MB
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This book presents collective works published in the recent Special Issue (SI) entitled " Digital Signal, Image and Video Processing for Emerging Multimedia Technology". These works address the emerging technology in signal processing and its new aspects, as well as the related applications. Recent developments in image/video-based deep learning technology have enabled new services in the field of multimedia and recognition technology. The applications vary and range from digital signal processing to image, video and multimedia signal processing, also including object classification, learning mechanism design and data security. Recent advances in numerical, theoretical and experimental methodologies are presented within the scope of the current book, along with the finding of new learning methods and new methodological developments and their limitations. This book brings together a collection of inter-/multidisciplinary works applied to many classification and data security applications in a coherent manner.

Digital Multimedia Concepts Methodologies Tools And Applications

Author: Management Association, Information Resources
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1522538232
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Contemporary society resides in an age of ubiquitous technology. With the consistent creation and wide availability of multimedia content, it has become imperative to remain updated on the latest trends and applications in this field. Digital Multimedia: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications is an innovative source of scholarly content on the latest trends, perspectives, techniques, and implementations of multimedia technologies. Including a comprehensive range of topics such as interactive media, mobile technology, and data management, this multi-volume book is an ideal reference source for engineers, professionals, students, academics, and researchers seeking emerging information on digital multimedia.

Multimedia Systems

Author: Ralf Steinmetz
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540408673
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Multimedia Systems discusses the basic characteristics of multimedia operating systems, networking and communication, and multimedia middleware systems. The overall goal of the book is to provide a broad understanding of multimedia systems and applications in an integrated manner: a multimedia application and its user interface must be developed in an integrated fashion with underlying multimedia middleware, operating systems, networks, security, and multimedia devices. Fundamental characteristics of multimedia operating and distributed communication systems are presented, especially scheduling algorithms and other OS supporting approaches for multimedia applications with soft-real-time deadlines, multimedia file systems and servers with their decision algorithms for data placement, scheduling and buffer management, multimedia communication, transport, and streaming protocols, services with their error control, congestion control and other Quality of Service aware and adaptive algorithms, synchronization services with their skew control methods, and group communication with their group coordinating algorithms and other distributed services.