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Enabling Hypermedia Videos in Multimedia Database Systems Coupled with Realtime Media Servers


Publication Details
Author(s): Lindner W, Berthold H, Binkowski F, Heuer A, Meyer-Wegener K
Title edited volumes: Proceedings of the International Database Engineering and Applications Symposium, IDEAS
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
Publishing place: Los Alamitos, CA, USA
Publication year: 2000
Conference Proceedings Title: Proc. Int. Database Engineering and Application Symposium
Pages range: 327-336

Event details
Event: IDEAS
Event location: Yokohama, Japan
Start date of the event: 18/09/2000
End date of the event: 20/09/2000
Language: English

Abstract

The integrated management of standard structured data and time-dependent data is still too complex to be covered by a single system. So there will be distinct systems, such as multimedia DBMS and media servers for, e.g., video data, each doing only what it can do best. However, some functions desired by users and applications necessarily involve both systems. A prime candidate for this is the use of hypermedia link anchors in continuous media. The idea behind this approach is to enhance the client software to improve the interplay between structured data in the database (hypermedia structures and metadata) and the video stream. On initiating the playout of the video, the client receives a list of anchors from the MMDBS and organizes them in local structures. It also receives a handle for the video to be played out and uses it to contact the media server. In this paper, the overall architecture and the role of the different kinds of systems are shown. Query and update processing will be distributed over the different kinds of servers.



How to cite
APA: Lindner, W., Berthold, H., Binkowski, F., Heuer, A., & Meyer-Wegener, K. (2000). Enabling Hypermedia Videos in Multimedia Database Systems Coupled with Realtime Media Servers. In Proc. Int. Database Engineering and Application Symposium (pp. 327-336). Yokohama, Japan, JP: Los Alamitos, CA, USA: IEEE Computer Society.

MLA: Lindner, Wolfgang, et al. "Enabling Hypermedia Videos in Multimedia Database Systems Coupled with Realtime Media Servers." Proceedings of the IDEAS, Yokohama, Japan Los Alamitos, CA, USA: IEEE Computer Society, 2000. 327-336.

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