By Guojun Lu
A entire, systematic method of multimedia database administration platforms. It offers equipment for handling the expanding calls for of multimedia databases and their inherent layout and structure matters, and covers how you can create an efficient multimedia database through integrating many of the details indexing and retrieval equipment to be had. It additionally addresses how one can degree multimedia database functionality that's in line with similarity to queries and in many instances stricken by human judgement. The publication concludes with a dialogue of networking and working procedure aid for multimedia databases and a glance at study and improvement during this dynamic box.
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Because these media must be played back continuously at a fixed rate, they are often called continuous media. They are also called isochronous media because of the fixed relationship between each media unit and time. Multimedia refers to a collection of media types used together. , at least one media type is image, audio, or video). In this book, ''multimedia'' is used as an adjective—so we will specifically say multimedia information, multimedia data, multimedia system, multimedia communications, multimedia applications, and so forth.
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In the above example, the attribute stu# is an integer type of fixed length of 32 bits. Thus RDBMSs are well suited for handling numeric data and short alphanumeric strings. To support large variable fields in a RDBMS, a concept called binary large objects (BLOBs) was introduced. A BLOB is a large bit string of variable length. For example, if we want to store students' pictures in the above student record example, we can create a table using the following statement: create table STUDENT ( stu# integer, name char(20), address char(100) picture BLOB); BLOBs are normally just bit strings and operations such as comparison can not be carried out on them.
Multimedia Database Management Systems by Guojun Lu