Foreword - Edward A. Fox
Introduction -K evin jeffay and HongJiang Zhang
Part I: Multimedia Processing and Retrieval
by HongJiang Zhang
Chapter 1 - Digital Audio
edited HongJiang Zhang and Hao Jiang
Audio Engineering and Psychoacoustics: Matching Signals to the Final Receiver, the Human Auditory System
by E. Zwicker and U. T. Zwicker
Advances in Speech and Audio Compression
by A. Gersho
A Tutorial on MPEG/Audio Compression
by D. Pan
Structured Audio and Effects Processing in the MPEG-4 Multimedia Standard
by E. D. Scheirer
Fundamental and Technological Limitations of Immersive Audio Systems
by C. Kyriakakis
Chapter 2 - Digital Image and Video Compression and Processing
edited by Bing Zeng
Image and Video Coding—Emerging Standards and Beyond
by B. G. Haskell, P. G. Howard, Y. A. LeCun, A. Puri, J. Ostermann, M. R. Civanlar, L. Rabiner, L. Bottou, and P. Haffner
Comparison of International Standards for Lossless Still Image Compression
by R. Arps and T. Truong
Embedded Image Coding Using Zerotrees of Wavelet Coefficients <BR id="CRLF"
Readings in Multimedia Computing and Networking captures the broad areas of research and developments in this burgeoning field, distills the key findings, and makes them accessible to professionals, researchers, and students alike. For the first time, the most influential and innovative papers on these topics are presented in a cohesive form, giving shape to the diverse area of multimedia computing. The seminal moments are recorded by a dozen visionaries in the field and each contributing editor provides a context for their area of research by way of a thoughtful, focused chapter introduction. The volume editors, Kevin Jeffay and HongJiang Zhang, offer further incisive interpretations of past and present developments in this area, including those within media and content processing, operating systems, and networking support for multimedia. This book will provide you with a sound understanding of the theoretical and practical issues at work in the field's continuing evolution.
- Offers an in-depth look at the technical challenges in multimedia and provides real and potential solutions that promise to expand the role of multimedia in business, entertainment, and education.
- Examines in Part One issues at the heart of multimedia processes: the means by which multimedia data are coded, compressed, indexed, retrieved, and otherwise manipulated.
- Examines in Part Two the accommodation of these processes by storage systems, operating systems, network protocols, and applications.
- Written by leading researchers, the introductions give shape to a field that is continually defining itself and place the key research findings in context to those who need to understand the state-of-the art developments.
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- 2nd August 2001
- Morgan Kaufmann
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@qu:"There has long been a chasm between researchers and practitioners in a field that requires making good choices from a wide range of disciplines. This book, with its extensive references, closes that gap." @source:Dan Swinehart, Principal Scientist, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center @qu:"The first comprehensive survey of all the layers of compressing, storing, transporting, and indexing multimedia content. The selection of papers covers both the intellectual history of the field as well as the state of the art. I look forward to using the book in courses I teach." @source:Henning Schulzrinne, Associate Professor, Columbia University @qu:"Here are seminal papers from a group of the top researchers in the field, who help set the tone for future inventions and discoveries. The editors provide overviews and suggest the best sources for additional study, to bring us up to date, across the board, in this rapidly developing area. I know of no other place where you can find so much important information about multimedia information, systems, and networking." @source:Edward A. Fox, Professor, Virginia Polytechnic University
Kevin Jeffay is the S. Shepard Jones Professor of Computer Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Washington in 1989. Professor Jeffay has published widely in the areas of multimedia networking, operating systems, and real-time systems and he currently serves as the editor-in-chief of the ACM/Springer-Verlag journal Multimedia Systems. He was the program cochair of ACM Multimedia '99 (with HongJiang Zhang), program chair of NOSSDAV 2000 (the International Workshop on Network and Operating Systems Support for Digital Audio and Video), and the 2000 IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium.
HongJiang Zhang obtained his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Denmark in 1991. From 1992 to 1995, he was with the Institute of Systems Science at the National University of Singapore. In 1995 he joined Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, where he served as research manager. Currently he is a senior researcher and assistant managing director with Microsoft. Dr. Zhang has published more than 150 peer-reviewed research papers and book chapters and is a coauthor of Image and Video Processing in Multimedia Systems (Kluwer Academic Publishers). A member of the editorial boards for four international journals, a senior member of IEEE, and a member of ACM, Professor Zhang cochaired ACM Multimedia 99 and has served on the committees of over 40 other conferences on multimedia and image processing.