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ECBP425: Multimedia Systems

Description:Design and implementation of technologies used to implement interactive multimedia applications such as streaming video playback, video conferencing, video editing, and hypermedia authoring; Digital media representations; Compression and synchronization; Implementation technologies including hardware architectures for media processing (e.g., processor, bus, and input/output devices); Operating System support; Multimedia systems services.
Credit Hours.:3
Text Book: Z.-N. Li and M.S. Drew, "Fundamentals of Multimedia", Prentice-Hall, 2003.
Coordinator: Mohamed Adel Serhani
Topics Outline:
  1. Introduction to Multimedia
  2. MM data representation (image, audio, video)
  3. Fundamental concepts in video and digital audio.
  4. Multimedia Authoring and tools
  5. Modern Web application Development
  6. Enhancing E-learning with Interactive Web Multimedia
  7. Multimedia Network Communication and application.
  8. Multimedia Integration for Mobile devices
  9. Multimedia application and services
  10. Review and project presentations
  1. Evaluate different multimedia tools in terms of functionality, usability and compatibility; compatibility.
  2. Apply standards for digitally compressing, storing and transmitting multimedia file types;
  3. Identify staffing and resourcing requirements for multimedia projects
  4. Develop a strategy for multimedia web application production
  5. Use appropriate design methodologies applicable to interactive multimedia systems
  6. Implement a multimedia application in accordance with a given requirements
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Pre-requisiteITBP316: Human Computer Interaction
Co-requisite ECBP433: Multimedia Systems Lab
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