Perspectives on Multimedia: Communication, Media and Information Technology
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Robert Burnett
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The term 'multimedia' has become something of a catch-all phrase for a large array of new communication technologies, integrating text, data, voice, audio, image and video. Perspectives on Multimedia is a collection of reflections on multimedia: its technical and theoretical bases, some of its educational and informational applications, and research approaches and considerations.
1. Multimedia: Back To The Future! (by Robert Burnett).
1.1 Introduction.
1.2 Multimedia as Art and Science.
1.3 Secret History of Multimedia.
1.4 Multimedia as Art and Performance.
1.5 Summing Up.
1.6 References.
2. Alternative Approaches to Interface Technology (by Steve Gibson).
2.1 Introduction.
2.2 Cybernetic Systems.
2.3 'Hands-free' Tracking Systems.
2.4 MIDI Instruments as Visual Triggers.
2.5 Conclusions.
2.6 References.
3. Transparency, Standardization and Servitude: the Paradoxes of Friendly Software (by Andreas Kitzmann).
3.1 Introduction.
3.2 Digital Promises.
3.3 Find Where Everything Is.
3.4 The Question of Practice.
3.5 References.
4. Business Modelling as a Foundation for Multimedia Development-Concerning Strategic, Process and Systems Levels in Organizations (by Anders G. Nilsson).
4.1 Business Modelling-Some Needs in Practice.
4.2 Business Modelling-Thre e Levels of Development Work.
4.3 Business Modelling and Multimedia.
4.4 Business Modelling-Systematic Work in Phases.
4.5 Business Modelling of Values, Operations and Objects.
4.6 Business Modelling for Multimedia-Main Messages.
4.7 References.
5. How Should Interactive Media Be Discussed For Successful Requirements Engineering? (by Lennart Molin and John S oren Pettersson).
5.1 Specifying Requirements.
5.2 Requirements Work In Multimedia Systems Development.
5.3 Ozlab-A Simple Tool for Prototyping Interactivity.
5.4 Challenges for Multimedia Requirements Work.
5.5 Writing Requirements vs Visualizing Requirements.
5.6 Requirements Specification By Content Professionals.
5.7 Concluding Remarks.
5.8 References.
6. Evaluating Interactive Multimedia in an Inexpensive and Timesaving Way-Illustrated by Business Case Studies (by Louise Ulfhake).
6.1 Background.
6.2 The Multimedia Case Studies.
6.3 Evaluation Methods.
6.4 What to Evaluate.
6.5 Evaluation of the Structure.
6.6 Evaluation of the Interaction.
6.7 Evaluation of the Usability.
6.8 Evaluation of the Productivity.
6.9 Conclusion.
6.10 References.
7. Conceptual Modelling for Creating Multimedia Databases (by Lars Erik Axelsson).
7.1 Introduction.
7.2 The ISO Report.
7.3 Conceptual Modelling in a Multimedia Environment.
7.4 Conclusions.
7.5 References.
8. Adding Security to QoS Architectures (by Stefan Lindskog and Erland Jonsson).
8.1 Introduction.
8.2 An Overview of QoS.
8.3 Introducing Security in QoS Architectures.
8.4 Further Readings.
8.5 Concluding Remarks.
8.6 Acknowledgments.
8.7 References.
9. Partially Reliable Multimedia Transport (by Katarina Asplund and Anna Brunstrom).
9.1 Introduction.
9.2 Transmission Control Protocol-TCP.
9.3 Design of PRTP.
9.4 Performance Evaluation.
9.5 Further Reading.
9.6 Concluding Remarks.
9.7 References.
10. Bit Error Tolerant Multimedia Transport (by Stefan Alfredsson and Anna Brunstrom).
10.1 Introduction.
10.3 Performance Evaluation.
10.4 Experiment Results.
10.5 Further Readings.
10.6 Concluding Remarks.
10.7 References.
11. Transcoding of Image Data (by Johan Garcia and Anna Brunstrom).
11.1 Introduction.
11.2 JPEG Coding.
11.3 JPEG Compression Transcoding.
11.4 Robust JPEG Transcoding.
11.5 Further Reading.
11.6 Concluding Remarks.
11.7 References.
About the Authors.
The uses of multimedia are rapidly increasing. Its power to presentinformation in ways not previously possible and its integration ofresources, allow for the creation of rich learning environments.Perspectives on Multimedia: Communication, Media and InformationTechnology provides a critical examination of the latest multimediadevelopments and approaches, such as Interface Technology and QoSarchitectures.
Topics covered include:

The key concepts intrinsic to digital forms of multimedia:integration, interactivity, hypermedia, immersion, narrativity andhybridity.
The development of Information Technology (IT) usage in societyand in the business community.
How modern IT enables private companies and publicorganisations to support business operations, create new businessopportunities, and to promote more proactive servicemanagement.
Multimedia from a computer science perspective and how computerscience provides the technical foundation for the computer softwareand hardware that drives the information age. Gives a broad range of perspectives on key issues for interactivemultimedia in organisations and industry today. This book will beof interest to practitioners involved in multimedia development inan organisation, management consultants giving professional adviceon digital solutions and information technology matters to theircustomer organisations and academics focusing on business andtechnical aspects of multimedia frameworks.