Multimedia Information Systems explores the technical, human, organizational and socio-economic issues which underpin the implementation and use of multimedia information systems.
This unique book comprehensively defines multimedia information systems and its emerging architecture. Today's important issues of networked multimedia information systems and multimedia trafficking on the information superhighway are thoroughly investigated. Multimedia information systems applications and organizational implications are also discussed along with multimedia authoring systems. Multimedia Information Systems is essential reading for all students and professionals faced with the challenges of multimedia information systems management and development.
Multimedia Information Systems develops an awareness of the problems associated with multimedia information systems management, and the ability to understand and address these emerging challenges on an organizational and technical level. The book explores the limitations of multimedia on the information superhighway, and offers solutions for present and future development on the Internet. This book also scrutinizes the current applications of multimedia information systems, and examines how they can be developed.
Multimedia Information Systems serves as an excellent text for courses on the subject, and as an invaluable reference for multimedia information systems professionals.
|The Multimedia Information Systems Revolution: The Unfolding of a Reality||p. 1|
|Architectures of Multimedia Information Systems||p. 19|
|Networked Multimedia Information Systems||p. 39|
|Multimedia on the Information Superhighway||p. 73|
|Application Frameworks for Multimedia Information Systems||p. 97|
|Organisational Impacts of Multimedia Information Systems||p. 127|
|Multimedia Authoring Systems||p. 149|
|The Challenge of Multimedia Information Systems to the MIS Manager||p. 167|
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Series: The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science
Number Of Pages: 202
Published: 30th June 1997
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6 x 1.91
Weight (kg): 1.1