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Title      : Multimedia Communications
Subject      : Multimedia Communications
copyright © 2018   : Sanguine Technical Publishers
Author      : Krishna Kumar DN
Publisher      : Sanguine Technical Publishers
Chapters/Pages      : 9/336
Total Price      : Rs.      : 232
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Multimedia Components Total views (494)  
In nature we do not find anything in its pure form, or in other words, only when different elements are combined, we get useful materials. Similarly any task we take up, we need to use different techniques and tools to achieve the desired goal.
Pages: 30
Price: Rs 0   
Images & Graphics Total views (503)  
An image is a spatial representation of an object, which can be two dimensional or three dimensional scene or another image. It can be real or virtual. An image may be abstractly thought of as a continuous function defining usually a rectangular region of a plane.
Pages: 40
Price: Rs 30   
Fundamental concepts in video and digital audio Total views (511)  
This chapter covers the important concepts of analog video, digital video as well as digital audio, which form major components of a multimedia system. Before we take up analog video, let us briefly review types of analog video.
Pages: 22
Price: Rs 16.5   
Multimedia compression techniques Total views (506)  
In this part we shall study some of the compression techniques used in multimedia applications. Compression is essential to make multimedia systems to work efficiently.
Pages: 30
Price: Rs 22.5   
Lossless Compression Total views (500)  
While the first modern compression scheme, Huffman coding, was a lossless compression scheme, most of the initial activity in the compression area focused on lossy compression. One reason was that the "data" being considered for compression was analog. Another reason was that the device which would be used to provide the reconstructed speech to the user, the telephone, introduced so much distortio ......
Pages: 62
Price: Rs 46.5   
Lossy Compression Total views (498)  
Lossy compression techniques involve some loss of information, and data that have been compressed using lossy techniques generally cannot be recovered or reconstructed exactly. But lossy compression techniques results in much higher compression ratios than what is possible with lossless compression techniques, which overweighs the distortion in the recovery of information. The question, is this lo ......
Pages: 90
Price: Rs 67.5   
Compression Standards Total views (501)  
Variety of compression techniques were described in part II. It is important to use standard methods to ensure that data compressed on one platform should be able to expanded at another. This part presents standards used for still and moving images and speech compression.
Pages: 26
Price: Rs 19.5   
MPEG Total views (507)  
A multimedia standard is expected to provide support for a large number of applications. These applications translate into a specific set of requirements that may be very different from one another. One theme common to most applications is the need for supporting interactivity with different kinds of data. Standards play a major role in the multimedia revolution because they provide interoperabili ......
Pages: 28
Price: Rs 21   
MPEG Audio Compression Total views (508)  
MPEG audio uses a kind of perception phenomenon by simply giving upon the tones that can't be heard any way. Using a curve of human hearing perceptual sensitivity, an MPEG audio CODEC makes decisions on when and to what degree the frequency masking and temporal masking make some components of the music inaudible. It then controles the quantization process so that these components do not influence ......
Pages: 8
Price: Rs 6   

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