Fundamentals of Multimedia
This book offers introductory-to-advanced material on all major aspects of multimedia, including pointers to current links for information and demos at the most advanced level, to form a complete reference. Topics covered include introduction to multimedia, graphics/image data representations, color models in images and video, basics of digital audio, lossy compression, image compression standards, basic video compression techniques, basic audio compression techniques, multimedia networks, and more. For professionals involved in Computer-Aided Engineering, Computer Systems Organization, Computer-Communication Networks, Computing Methodologies, Coding and Information Theory, or anyone interested in a good reference on current multimedia technologies.
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1 Light and Spectra Recall from high school that light is an electromagnetic wave
and that its color is characterized by the wavelength of the wave . Laser light
consists of a single wavelength — for example , a ruby laser produces a bright ...
The rods come into play when light levels are low and produce an image in
shades of gray ( “ At night , all cats are gray ! " ) . For higher light levels , the
cones each produce a signal . Because of their differing pigments , the three
kinds of ...
For the red channel , any light falling anywhere in the nonzero part of the red
cone function in Figure 4 . 3 will generate some response . So the total response
of the red channel is the sum over all the light falling on the retina to which the
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