A multimedia database is a controlled collection of multimedia data items such as text, images, graphic objects, video and audio. A multimedia database management system (DBMS) provides support for the creation, storage, access, querying and control of a multimedia database. Motivation: the study of multimedia databases is influenced by various applications and their exponential expantion in the real life. Concepts: What is Multimedia. Multimedia Database. Architecture. ▫ Multimedia Architecture Requirements. ▫ ACID test. ▫ Multimedia Server Requirements. ▫ Distributed Multimedia System.

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    Distributed Multimedia Database involves network technology, distributed Utopia or M-Utopia, distributed multimedia database systems allow the required. organization. 2. MM database system architecture. 3. MM system service model. 5. Multimedia application. 4. Multimedia Data Storage. why does it seem as if the multimedia hype at database conferences (that started a a business model for commercial applications of multimedia database.

    A Multimedia Database Management System MMDBMS is a framework that manages different types of data potentially represented in a wide diversity of formats on a wide array of media sources. It provides support for multimedia data types , and facilitate for creation, storage, access, query and control of a multimedia database. These data types are broadly categorized into three classes:. Additionally, a Multimedia Database MMDB needs to manage additional information pertaining to the actual multimedia data. The information is about the following:. The last three types are called metadata as they describe several different aspects of the media data. The media keyword data and media feature data are used as indices for searching purpose. The media format data is used to present the retrieved information. Like the traditional databases , Multimedia databases should address the following requirements:. Multimedia databases should have the ability to uniformly query data media data, textual data represented in different formats and have the ability to simultaneously query different media sources and conduct classical database operations across them. Query support. They should have the ability to retrieve media objects from a local storage device in a good manner. Storage support. They should have the ability to take the response generated by a query and develop a presentation of that response in terms of audio-visual media and have the ability to deliver this presentation.

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    Advertisement Hide. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Adali and V. Distributed Mediators, accepted for publication in; Intl. Journal of Intelligent Cooperative Information Systems.

    Multimedia Databases

    Google Scholar. Thesis, George Mason Univ. Gong, H. Database MCA. Follow Answer Alex Onsman. Answered on 31st Jul, Comments Edit Answer Report. Would you like to add a better answer?

    Multimedia Database Retrieval

    Ask Question. All Rights Reserved. Media keyword data — Keywords description relating to the generation of data. It is also known as content descriptive data.

    Example: date, time and place of recording. Media feature data — Content dependent data such as the distribution of colors, kinds of texture and different shapes present in data. Types of multimedia applications based on data management characteristic are : Repository applications — A Large amount of multimedia data as well as meta-data Media format date, Media keyword data, Media feature data that is stored for retrieval purpose, e.


    Presentation applications — They involve delivery of multimedia data subject to temporal constraint. Optimal viewing or listening requires DBMS to deliver data at certain rate offering the quality of service above a certain threshold. Here data is processed as it is delivered.

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    Example: Annotating of video and audio data, real-time editing analysis. Collaborative work using multimedia information — It involves executing a complex task by merging drawings, changing notifications. Example: Intelligent healthcare network.

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