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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 user enjoys a multimedia application only if all pieces of the end-to-end solution fit together. This means that 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.
In this book we will present fundamental information and properties of hypermedia document handling, multimedia security and various aspects of multimedia applications. Especially of interest to the readers will be information 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.
Together with more than 20 researchers, he is working towards his vision of "truly seamless multimedia communications". She is an expert in the area of multimedia systems and networks and focuses on quality of service management problems.
Ralf Steinmetz worked for over nine years in industrial research and development of distributed multimedia systems and applications.
His thematic focus in research and teaching is on multimedia communications with his vision of real "seamless multimedia communications". Over the last ten years she has been working on various research problems in the area of Quality of Service provisioning for real-time multimedia processing and communication systems and published over papers in leading conferences and journals.
Multimedia Applications. Ralf Steinmetz , Klara Nahrstedt. Database Systems. Java Media Framework. Digital Signatures. Steganographic Methods. Documents Hypertext and Hypermedia. Example and Typical Applications. Architecture Nodes and References.
Logos Icons and Pictograms. Remotecontrolled Video Camera. Multimedia Learning. April , Chong, SQ Li, and J. User Interfaces. Multimedia Applications X.
Part of the X. The goal of Multimedia Systems is to provide a broad understanding of multimedia systems and applications in an integrated manner. A user can enjoy a multimedia application only if all the pieces of the end-to-end solution fit together. This means that a multimedia application must be developed in integrated fashion, taking into account the underlying technology described here.