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Interactive Multimedia Documents : Modeling, Authoring, and Implementation Experiences - Michalis Vazirgiannis

Interactive Multimedia Documents

Modeling, Authoring, and Implementation Experiences

Paperback Published: 27th October 1999
ISBN: 9783540667117
Number Of Pages: 166

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Multimedia information systems is a rapidly growing area of research and development, attracting increasing interest from a variety of application fields including business, entertainment, manufacturing, education, CAD, CAE, medicine, etc. Due to the diverse nature of the information dealt with and the increased functionality (e.g., user interaction), the capabilities and system requirements of multimedia information systems dramatically exceed those of conventional databases and database management systems.
This book presents an integrated approach to interactive multimedia documents. After summarizing the prerequisites and background information, the author develops an IMD model taking into account interaction and spatiotemporal composition. Based on this model, the author develops an integrated framework covering most of the steps during the life cycle of an IMD, namely data modeling, authoring, verification and querying, execution and rendering, and indexing.

Prefacep. V
Book Overviewp. VII
Acknowledgementsp. IX
Table of Contentsp. XI
Backgroundp. 1
Introductionp. 1
Basic Conceptsp. 2
Temporal Aspects of IMDsp. 5
Spatial Aspects of an IMDp. 6
Multimedia Document Modelsp. 7
Multimedia Document Standardsp. 9
Multimedia and Hypermedia Information Coding Experts Group (M H E G )p. 10
H Y T I M Ep. 22
Comparison of MHEG and Hytimep. 34
SMILp. 35
Modeling Interactive Multimedia Documentsp. 43
Interactionp. 44
Events Classificationp. 45
Object-Oriented Modeling of Eventsp. 47
Algebraic Composition of Eventsp. 51
Spatiotemporal Composition of Eventsp. 52
Spatiotemporal Composition of Media Objectsp. 53
Basic Conceptsp. 53
Spatiotemporal Composition Modelp. 57
Interactive Scenario Modelingp. 60
Authoring Interactive Multimedia Presentationsp. 63
Actor Specifications and Transformationsp. 64
Event Specificationp. 66
Scenario Tuples Specificationsp. 68
Spatiotemporal Specification & Verification for Multimedia Scenariosp. 73
Authoring Spatiotemporal Compositions for IMD Documentsp. 75
Authoring Environmentp. 75
Verification of IMD Documentsp. 79
Temporal Layout Toolp. 80
Spatial Layoutp. 81
Scenario Animation Toolp. 82
Execution Tablep. 82
Conclusionsp. 84
Transformation of Declarative Specifications to Algorithmic Representationp. 87
Eventsp. 88
User Eventsp. 89
Intra-objects Eventsp. 89
Application and System Eventsp. 90
Synch Eventsp. 90
Non-state Eventsp. 91
State Eventsp. 91
Complex Eventsp. 92
Scenario Tuplesp. 94
Start Stop Event Detection Handlersp. 95
Enabling and Disabling Scenario Tuplesp. 96
Rendering Interactive Multimedia Scenariosp. 97
A Single Threaded Approachp. 97
Overall Architecturep. 100
Auxiliary Structuresp. 102
Event Detection and Evaluationp. 103
Scenario Rendering Algorithmsp. 105
Presentation Enginep. 107
A Multithreaded Approachp. 108
The Serverp. 110
Rendering Scheme Architecture - The Clientp. 111
Event Handlingp. 113
Starting and Interrupting Scenario Tuplesp. 118
Synchronized Presentation of Media-Objectsp. 120
Indexing Large Multimedia Applications: A Spatiotemporal Indexing Schemep. 123
Introductionp. 123
A Sample Multimedia Compositionp. 124
Indexing Schemesp. 127
A Simple Spatial and Temporal Indexing Schemep. 128
A Unified Spatiotemporal Indexing Schemep. 130
Retrieval of Spatiotemporal Operators Using R-treesp. 131
Estimation of the Retrieval Costp. 134
Cost Analysis of R-treesp. 134
Analytical Comparison of the Indexing Schemesp. 136
IMD Scenario Script, a Sample Applicationp. 141
Scenario Model, the BNF Grammarp. 146
Referencesp. 155
Subject Indexp. 159
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ISBN: 9783540667117
ISBN-10: 3540667113
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 166
Published: 27th October 1999
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 0.97
Weight (kg): 0.26

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