Multimedia Applications, Services and Techniques — ECMAST'98 [electronic resource] :Third European Conference Berlin, Germany, May 26–28 1998 Proceedings /
Contributor(s): Hutchison, David [editor.] | Schäfer, Ralf [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 1425Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1998.Description: XVI, 540 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540693444.Subject(s): Computer science | Computer communication systems | Multimedia information systems | Application software | Electrical engineering | Computer Science | Computer Applications | Computer Communication Networks | Multimedia Information Systems | Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet) | Communications Engineering, NetworksOnline resources: Click here to access online
3D representation of videoconference image sequences using VRML 2.0 -- An autonomous sensor for 3D reconstruction -- Incomplete 3D for multiview representation and synthesis of video objects -- An execution architecture for synchronized multimedia presentations -- Presenting multimedia on the web and in TV broadcast -- MHEG-5 application development -- The SICMA multimedia server and virtual museum application -- A parallel continuous media server complying to the RTSP protocol -- Media streaming in a multimedia annotation application -- A multimedia service and management architecture using APIS over CORBA platform -- Open interface support for heterogeneous network services -- A CORBA-assisted multimedia proxy server -- Image indexing by using a rotation and scale invariant partition -- A study on automatic shot change detection -- A block based watermarking technique for MPEG2 signals: Optimization and validation on real digital TV distribution links -- Scalable security mechanisms in transport systems for enhanced multimedia services -- The SECOMS broadband satellite network in the multimedia services and multi-environment coverage scenario -- DIGISAT-S3M: The interactivity for SMATV users -- MOMENTS — Multimedia services in a narrow-bandwidth cellular environment -- Musist browser and navigation concept -- SimDS — An approach to service modelling -- Controlling multimedia streams across internet and ATM network -- Native ATM protocol stack for internet applications in residential broadband networks -- Integrated QoS architecture for IP switching -- Design and implementation of an ATM based distributed musical rehearsal studio -- Automating the multimedia content production lifecycle -- ATMAN: Trading of digital audio visual contents -- A perceived quality of service optimization for video communication in ‘best-effort’ networks -- Performance of TCP over cable modems and ADSL -- A decentralized prefetching protocol for VBR video on demand -- Error-robustness of polar contour-coding -- Efficient representation of chrominance for very low bitrate coding -- Real-time constraints and prediction of video decoding time for multimedia systems -- Video quality and bit rates in thematic television channels -- A system design for a wireless home multi-media LAN -- On the performance of the DVB-T system in mobile environments -- VALIDATE — A virtual laboratory to accelerate the launch of digital terrestrial television -- MEMO: A hybrid DAB/GSM communication system for mobile interactive multimedia services -- MPEG-4 systems, concepts and implementation -- New audio applications for multimedia and MPEG-4 : Complexity and hardware.
This book constitutes the refereeed proceedings of the Third European Conference on Multimedia Applications, Services and Techniques, ECMAST '98, held in Berlin, Germany, in May 1998. The 40 revised full papers presented were carefully selected for inclusion in the book by the program committee. The topics covered include multimedia networks and protocols; coded representation of images, sound, and data; multimedia delivery on broadcast and telecom networks; servers and storage architechtures; advanced multimedia terminals and in house networks; multimedia services; Internet and multimedia scenario; and multimedia trials.