Multimedia Information Storage and Management

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Soon M. Chung
Springer Science & Business Media, 31. 8. 1996 - 484 strán (strany)
Multimedia information systems are quite different from traditional information systems, especially in data types, modeling, delivery, and user interface. The large size of multimedia data and the high bandwidth requirement of multime dia streams require new storage, buffering, delivery, and networking schemes. The presentational nature of multimedia applications requires a proper syn chronization between multimedia streams, and the composition of multimedia documents in the distributed environment should overcome the heterogeneity of underlying systems. This book is edited for undergraduate and graduate students studying mul timedia information and applications, researchers and developers of various multimedia software and hardware systems, multimedia tool developers, user interface designers, and network protocol designers by including 17 chapters focused on the following major issues: • Disk scheduling and storage hierarchy. • Configuration of multimedia servers and buffer management. • Delivery scheduling for multimedia streams. • Supporting user interactions. Document modeling and temporal modeling of multimedia data. • • Integrated multimedia information system.
 

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DISK SCHEDULING FOR CONTINUOUS MEDIA
1
2 SINGLE STREAM SCHEDULING
2
3 MULTISTREAM SCHEDULING
5
4 UTILIZING MULTIPLE DISKS
9
5 CONCLUSION
18
REFERENCES
19
PLACEMENT OF CONTINUOUS MEDIA IN MULTIZONE DISKS
23
2 OVERVIEW OF A MAGNETIC DISK DRIVE
25
DELIVERY SCHEDULING OF MULTIMEDIA STREAMS USING QUERY SCRIPTS
237
2 SCHEDULING OF DELIVERY USING QUERY SCRIPTS
241
3 SIMULATION
245
4 CONCLUSION
253
REFERENCES
254
SESSION SCHEDULING AND RESOURCE SHARING IN MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS
257
2 SCHEDULING POLICIES
261
3 SERVER SCHEDULER ARCHITECTURE
265

3 SINGLE DISK PLATFORM
27
4 CONFIGURATION PLANNER
37
5 PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
48
6 MULTIDISK PLATFORM
52
7 CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
55
APPENDIX A
56
REFERENCES
57
STORAGE HIERARCHY IN MULTIMEDIA SERVERS
61
2 CUSTOMER DEMAND SKEW
62
3 ELEMENTS OF STORAGE HIERARCHY
64
4 VIDEO FILE ALLOCATION PROBLEM
71
5 VIDEO FILE ALLOCATION METHODOLOGY
73
6 A VIDEO COSTPERFORMANCE ESTIMATOR TOOL
77
7 CASES
81
8 CONCLUSIONS
90
REFERENCES
91
THE USE OF MEDIA CHARACTERISTICS AND USER BEHAVIOR FOR THE DESIGN OF MULTIMEDIA SERVERS
95
2 ISSUES IN THE DESIGN OF A MMIS SERVER
96
3 CHARACTERIZING USER ACCESS BEHAVIOR
109
4 SUMMARY
113
THE Fellini MULTIMEDIA STORAGE SERVER
117
2 OVERALL Fellini ARCHITECTURE
120
3 ADMISSION CONTROL THEORY
121
4 CACHE MANAGEMENT IN Fellini
125
5 Fellini STORAGE MANAGER
133
6 APPLICATION INTERFACE IN Fellini
136
7 Fellini AND THE REAL WORLD
144
REFERENCES
145
STATISTICAL MODELING AND BUFFER ALLOCATION FOR MPEG STREAMS
147
2 MPEG VIDEO COMPRESSION
150
BUFFER ALLOCATION WITH EXCLUSIVE BUFFERS ONLY
155
5 DISCUSSION
158
REFERENCES
161
BUFFER REPLACEMENT ALGORITHMS FOR MULTIMEDIA DATABASES
163
2 SYSTEM MODEL
165
3 THE BASIC BUFFER REPLACEMENT ALGORITHM
168
4 OVERHEAD OF BASIC
170
5 THE DISTANCE BUFFER REPLACEMENT ALGORITHM
173
6 SIMULATION RESULTS
174
7 CONCLUSIONS
180
SCHEDULING ISSUES IN VIDEOONDEMAND SYSTEMS
183
2 VIEWER SCHEDULING
185
3 STREAM SCHEDULING
187
4 DISK COPY SCHEDULING
199
5 DISK ARM SCHEDULING
201
6 SUMMARY
204
REFERENCES
205
DELIVERING HYPERMEDIA SESSIONS FROM A CONTINUOUS MEDIA SERVER
209
2 HM SESSIONS AND CM SERVERS
210
3 IMPACT OF CONSERVATIVE ASSUMPTIONS
214
4 DYNAMICS OF CMFS SESSION STARTUP
216
5 SESSION REQUESTS IN AN INTERACTIVE HYPERMEDIA ENVIRONMENT
218
6 DYNAMICS OF DISCRETE MEDIA DM SCHEDULING USING CMFS
225
7 USER NAVIGATION AND HYPERMEDIA SCHEDULING MODEL
226
8 CONCLUSIONS
233
4 BATCHING AND VCR CONTROL
269
5 HIERARCHICAL SCHEDULING
273
6 CONCLUSIONS
276
REFERENCES
278
IMPROVING THE INTERACTIVE RESPONSIVENESS IN A VIDEO SERVER
283
2 THE PROBLEM
284
3 STREAM SCHEDULING
286
4 SUMMARY
299
REFERENCES
300
MODELING AND TRANSFORMATION OF MULTIMEDIA DATA
303
2 SURVEY OF RELATED WORK
305
3 THE ARCHITECTURE AND THE TRANSFORMATION APPROACH
308
4 MULTIMEDIA SCHEMA MODELS AND TRANSFORMATION ALGORITHMS
312
5 AN EXAMPLE OF THE TRANSFORMATIONS
320
6 THE TRANSFORMATION FROM MCS TO NETWORK PRIMITIVES
323
7 MULTIMEDIA OBJECT EXCHANGE MANAGER OEM
325
8 IMPLEMENTATION OF THE EXPERIMENTAL SYSTEM
332
9 CONCLUSION AND FUTURE WORK
336
OBJECT EXCHANGE FORMAT
337
OBJECT EXCHANGE FORMAT BACKUSNAUR FORM BNF SYNTAX
338
REFERENCES
340
ARCHITECTURE AND STORAGE MODEL FOR MULTIMEDIA DOCUMENTS
345
2 STRUCTURING TRADITIONAL DOCUMENTS
347
3 A MULTIMEDIA DOCUMENT ARCHITECTURE
349
4 MULTIMEDIA DOCUMENT CREATION PROCESS
350
5 GLOBAL LOGICAL STRUCTURE
351
6 GLOBAL LAYOUT STRUCTURE
354
7 MULTIMEDIA DOCUMENT PLAYBACK
356
8 SCENARIO VERIFICATION AND LAYOUT COMPLETION
358
9 MULTIMEDIA DOCUMENT DATABASE SYSTEM
362
10 RELATED WORK
367
11 CONCLUSION
369
REFERENCES
370
TEMPORAL MODELING AND INTERMEDIA SYNCHRONIZATION FOR PRESENTATION OF MULTIMEDIA STREAMS
373
2 EXPRESSIVE POWER OF THE TEMPORAL MODEL
375
3 THE TEMPORAL REFERENCE FRAMEWORK
378
4 TEMPORAL REPRESENTATION
381
5 EXAMPLES OF MULTIMEDIA TEMPORAL MODELS
387
6 FUZZY RELATION LANGUAGE FRL
389
7 DISCUSSION
394
REFERENCES
395
INTEGRATED DATABASE SERVICES FOR MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATIONS
399
2 CONCEPTS FOR THE INTEGRATION OF MULTIMEDIA DATA
402
3 A MULTIMEDIA DBMS PROTOTYPE
415
4 APPLICATIONS
439
5 CONCLUSION
443
REFERENCES
445
THE OBJECTORIENTED DEVELOPMENT OF MULTIMEDIA INFORMATION SYSTEMS
449
2 BACKGROUND
452
3 ARCHITECTURE
454
4 APPLICATIONS
471
5 CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
477
REFERENCES
479
INDEX
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