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Multimedia Signals and Systems

By Srdjan Stanković , Irena Orovic , Ervin Sejdić

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This introductory text covers analysis and processing of multimedia signals - audio, images and video - connecting these principles to important elements of multimedia systems such as analysis of optical media, computer networks, QoS and digital watermarking.

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  • ISBN13: 978-1-4614-4207-3
  • 374 Pages
  • User Level: Students
  • Publication Date: September 6, 2012
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
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Multimedia signals include different data types (text, sound, graphics, picture, animations, video, etc.), which can be time-dependent (sound, video and animation) or spatially-dependent (images, text and graphics). Hence, the multimedia systems represent an interdisciplinary cross-section of the following areas: digital signal processing, computer architecture, computer networks and telecommunications. Multimedia Signals and Systems is an introductory text, designed for students or professionals and researchers in other fields, with a need to learn the basics of signals and systems. A considerable emphasis is placed on the analysis and processing of multimedia signals (audio, images, video). Additionally, the book connects these principles to other important elements of multimedia systems such as the analysis of optical media, computer networks, QoS, and digital watermarking.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. Mathematical Transforms Used for Multimedia Signal Processing.
  2. Digital Audio.
  3. Storing and Transmission of Digital Audio Signals.
  4. Digital Image.
  5. Digital Video.
  6. Compressive Sensing.
  7. Digital Watermarking.
  8. Multimedia Signaling and Systems in Telemedicine.
  9. Multimedia Communications

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