Course title: Multimedia Systems
Number of credits (ECTS): 6
Weekly number of classes: 3+1+1+0
Prerequisite for enrollment of the subject: Taken course: Digital Signall Processing
Course Goals (acquired competencies): Getting acquainted with the basic principles of work and the technologies on which multimedia systems are based; Acquiring basic knowledge about the requirements set in front of modern multimedia systems and problems related to their implementation; Empowering to perceive problems in the design of multimedia systems and gaining the ability to complement the acquired knowledge in the direction of overcoming the perceived problems.
Total available number of classes: 180
Course Syllabus: Introductory notions of multimedia systems, historical development. Basic notions of computer graphics. Basic concepts of digital sound processing, sound compression. Basic concepts of digital speech processing: speech synthesis, speech analysis. Basic concepts of image and video processing: image analysis and segmentation, image and video encoding. Multimedia data streams (multimedia servers, synchronization), Quality of service (QoS for IP protocols), Media-on-Demand (video-on-demand broadcast, interactive television). Searching by content in digital libraries. Searching for multimedia data: sound, speech, music, graphics, picture and video. Principles of image and video databases (image and video search, quantification of results), MPEG-7. Advanced multimedia techniques: Algorithms for audio, speech, images, video, context and actions recognition.
|Ralf Steinmetz, Кlara Nahrstedt||MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS||Springer-Verlag||2004|
|Ralf Steinmetz, Кlara Nahrstedt||MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS||Springer-Verlag||2004|