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Multimedia databases : an object-relational approach

Author: Lynne Dunkley
Publisher: Boston : Addison Wesley, 2003.
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There is a huge growth in multimedia databases. Their usage includes security purposes where companies/governments wish to store images of people and in telemedicine where images and x-rays need to  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Dunkley, Lynne.
Multimedia databases.
Boston : Addison Wesley, 2003
(OCoLC)753429475
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lynne Dunkley
ISBN: 0201788993 9780201788990
OCLC Number: 51178136
Description: xii, 452 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Contents: Contents1 Introduction to Multimedia Databases1.1 Introduction1.2 What is Essential about Database Systems?1.3 What is Different about Multimedia Data?1.4 Multimedia Applications1.5 What is in the Rest of the Book?2 Multimedia Data2.1 Multimedia Data Size2.2 Real-time Nature of Multimedia2.3 Why is the Semantic Nature of Multimedia Data a Problem?2.4 Summary of Chapter3 The Human Sensory System and Multimedia3.1 Introduction - Human Information Processing3.2 Human Brain and Multimedia Information3.3 The Senses3.4 Converting Data into Sensory Perception3.5 Summary of Chapter4 An Introduction to SQL and Multimedia4.1 Introduction to SQL4.2 Methods Using PL/SQL Stored Procedures4.3 Manipulating Large Objects4.4 Summary of Chapter5 Querying Multimedia Data5.1 Introduction5.2 Manipulating Multimedia Data5.3 What is the Classification Problem?5.4 Summary of Chapter6 Modeling Multimedia Databases6.1 Issues of Designing Multimedia Database Management Systems6.2 Semantic Data Modeling6.3 Object-oriented Design6.4 Object Methods6.5 Object-relational Approach6.6 Notes7 Using Multimedia Metadata7.1 Introduction7.2 Classifying Metadata7.3 Generating and Extracting Metadata7.4 The Role of Metadata Standards7.5 Digital Rights Management7.6 Domain-dependent Metadata7.7 Developing Ontologies7.8 Summary of Chapter8 Multimedia Database Architecture and Performance8.1 Introduction to Multimedia Architecture Requirements8.2 Performance Issues in Specific Implementations8.3 Content Management8.4 Summary of Chapter9 Multimedia and the Internet9.1 Introduction9.2 Delivery of Multimedia Data9.3 Media Streams9.4 Network Protocols9.5 User Datagram Protocol9.6 Quality-of-service Issues - Internet Service Models9.7 Packets and Datagrams - Sequence and Loss9.8 Network Architecture9.9 Requirements of Applications Involving Multicasting and Interactivity9.10 Sumamry of Chapter10 Dealing with Text Databases10.1 Introduction10.2 Querying Character Data Using SQL10.3 Statistical Methods for Text Analysis10.4 Querying Multimedia Text10.5 Content-dependent Metadata10.6 Indexing Technologies for Text10.7 Summary of Chapter11 Dealing with Image Databases11.1 Introduction11.2 Technologies for Image Processing11.3 The Role of Feature Extraction11.4 Retrieval Methods11.5 Image Analysis and Object Recognition11.6 Image Classification11.7 Image Database Software11.8 Developing Image Media Databases11.9 Summary of Chapter12 Dealing with Video Databases12.1 Introduction12.2 Video Analysis and Segmentation12.3 Storage of Video Objects12.4 Disk Scheduling12.5 Dealing with Moving Images12.6 Metadata for Speech12.7 Metadata for Video12.8 Manipulating Video Data12.9 Video Query Process12.10 Video Applications12.11 Summary of ChapterAppendicesAppendix A Normalization and Relational DatabasesAppendix B Metadata StandardsAppendix C SQL NotesAppendix D AcronymsAppendix E GlossaryAppendix F ReferencesIndex Dunckley: Multimedia DatabasesRunning heads Introduction to Multimedia DatabasesIntroductionWhat is Essential about Database Systems?What is Different about Multimedia Data?Multimedia ApplicationsWhat is in the Rest of the Book?Multimedia DataMultimedia Data SizeReal-time Nature of MultimediaThe Semantic Nature of Multimedia DataSummary of ChapterThe Human Sensory System and MultimediaIntroduction - Human Information ProcessingHuman Brain and Multimedia InformationThe SensesConverting Data into Sensory PerceptionSummary of ChapterAn Introduction to SQL and MultimediaIntroduction to SQLMethods Using PL/SQL Stored ProceduresManipulating Large ObjectsSummary of ChapterQuerying Multimedia DataIntroductionManipulating Multimedia DataWhat is the Classification Problem?Summary of ChapterModeling Multimedia DatabasesDesigning Multimedia Database Management SystemsSemantic Data ModelingObject-oriented DesignObject MethodsObject-relational ApproachNotesUsing Multimedia MetadataIntroductionClassifying MetadataGenerating and Extracting MetadataThe Role of Metadata StandardsDigital Rights ManagementDomain-dependent MetadataDeveloping OntologiesSummary of ChapterMultimedia Database Architecture and PerformanceIntroduction to Multimedia Architecture RequirementsPerformance Issues in Specific ImplementationsContent ManagementSummary of ChapterMultimedia and the InternetIntroductionDelivery of Multimedia DataMedia StreamsNetwork ProtocolsUser Datagram ProtocolQuality-of-service Issues - Internet Service ModelsPackets and Datagrams - Sequence and LossNetwork ArchitectureApplications Involving Multicasting and InteractivitySumamry of ChapterDealing with Text DatabasesIntroductionQuerying Character Data Using SQLStatistical Methods for Text AnalysisQuerying Multimedia TextContent-dependent MetadataIndexing Technologies for TextSummary of ChapterDealing with Image DatabasesIntroductionTechnologies for Image ProcessingThe Role of Feature ExtractionRetrieval MethodsImage Analysis and Object RecognitionImage ClassificationImage Database SoftwareDeveloping Image Media DatabasesSummary of ChapterDealing with Video DatabasesIntroductionVideo Analysis and SegmentationStorage of Video ObjectsDisk SchedulingDealing with Moving ImagesMetadata for SpeechMetadata for VideoManipulating Video DataVideo Query ProcessVideo ApplicationsSummary of ChapterAppendicesNormalization and Relational DatabasesMetadata StandardsSQL NotesAcronymsGlossaryReferencesIndexIndex
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