Digital Multimedia Perception And Design

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Digital Multimedia Perception and Design provides a well-rounded synopsis of the state-of-the-art technologies in perceptual-based multimedia design. It is the only such book on the market, uniting cutting-edge research by some of the top people in the field and filling a gap in the existing multimedia design literature.

Digital Multimedia Perception and Design highlights how perceptual requirements can be incorporated in the design, development and transmission of multimedia, ...

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Overview

Digital Multimedia Perception and Design provides a well-rounded synopsis of the state-of-the-art technologies in perceptual-based multimedia design. It is the only such book on the market, uniting cutting-edge research by some of the top people in the field and filling a gap in the existing multimedia design literature.

Digital Multimedia Perception and Design highlights how perceptual requirements can be incorporated in the design, development and transmission of multimedia, providing readers with a rich body of research and work done in this exciting area. This book aids all those interested in building true end-to-end multimedia information systems, and is useful to researchers, multimedia designers, and content and infrastructure providers.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781591408604
  • Publisher: IGI Global
  • Publication date: 4/30/2006
  • Pages: 336
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.75 (d)

Table of Contents

Ch. I Perceptual semantics 1
Ch. II The mathematics of perception : statistical models and algorithms for image annotation and retrieval 21
Ch. III Feature-based multimedia semantics : representational forms of instructional multimedia design 47
Ch. IV Incorporating and understanding the user perspective 81
Ch. V Multimodal expressions : e-motional and non-verbal behaviour 110
Ch. VI Learning science concepts with haptic feedback 132
Ch. VII Perceptual-based visualization of auditory information using visual texture 152
Ch. VIII Using real-time physiological monitoring for assessing cognitive states 170
Ch. IX Perceptual multimedia : a cognitive style perspective 187
Ch. X Expert-novice differences and adaptive multimedia 206
Ch. XI Issues of hand preference in computer presented information and virtual realities 224
Ch. XII Incorporating user perception in adaptive video streaming systems 244
Ch. XIII A three-layer framework for QoS-AwareService design 266
Ch. XIV Adaptation and personalization and Web-based multimedia content 284
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