Multimedia Systems: Algorithms, Standards, and Industry Practices
Multimedia is now a broad “umbrella” that innovatively combines different fields of
research and industry to produce practical solutions that are used on a wide scale
today. Some of these fields are signal processing, imaging and color science, video and
audio analysis, 2D/3D graphics, information theory, compression,...
MPEG-7 Audio and Beyond: Audio Content Indexing and Retrieval Advances in technology, such as MP3 players, the Internet and DVDs, have led to the production, storage and distribution of a wealth of audio signals, including speech, music and more general sound signals and their combinations. MPEG-7 audio tools were created to enable the navigation of this data, by providing an established framework for... Active and Programmable Networks for Adaptive Architectures and Services New applications such as video conferencing, video on demand, multimedia transcoders, Voice-over-IP (VoIP), intrusion detection, distributed collaboration, and intranet security require advanced functionality from networks beyond simple forwarding congestion control techniques. Examples of advanced functionality include self-reconfiguration,...
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