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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3 shows how weighted sinusoids can build up quite a complex signal . Whereas
frequency is an absolute measure , pitch is a perceptual , subjective quality of
sound — generally , pitch is relative . Pitch and frequency are linked by setting
The above example shows an update process that aims to maintain the sibling
property of the adaptive Huffman tree — the update of the tree ... Here , we show
exactly what bits are sent , as opposed to simply stating how the tree is updated .
1 shows the ear ' s perception of equal loudness . The abscissa ( shown in a semi
- log plot ) is frequency , in kHz . The ordinate axis is sound pressure level — the
actual loudness of the tone generated in an experiment . The curves show the ...
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