Today, multimedia applications on the Internet are still in their infancy. They include personalized communications, such as Internet telephone and videophone, and interactive applications, such as video-on-demand, videoconferencing, distance learning, collaborative work, digital libraries, radio and television broadcasting, and others. Handbook of Internet and Multimedia Systems and Applications, a companion to the author's Handbook of Multimedia Computing probes the development of systems supporting Internet and multimedia applications. Part one introduces basic multimedia and Internet concepts, user interfaces, standards, authoring techniques and tools, and video browsing and retrieval techniques. Part two covers multimedia and communications systems, including distributed multimedia systems, visual information systems, multimedia messaging and news systems, conference systems, and many others. Part three presents contemporary Internet and multimedia applications including multimedia education, interactive movies, multimedia document systems, multimedia broadcasting over the Internet, and mobile multimedia.For those special video programs, the temporal structures arc normally very rigid. ... Even for the news video, this approach is not able to classify the segmented news stories into appropriate categories since it does not have the capability to ... However, fusion of information from image, audio, and close caption or transcript text analysis is a feasible solution and ... 2.5 CAMERA WORK AND OBJECT MOTION ANALYSIS Object motion and camera work are another important source ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Handbook of Internet and Multimedia Systems and Applications|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1998-12-29|