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Multimedia News Systems

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Multimedia news distribution and presentation

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Multimedia news systems deal with architectures to manage complex multimedia news databases, online presentation and distribution services or the integration of several existing services to meta-services using intelligent news retrieval engines.

The full integration of digital media as a commonly available data type for business applications such as multimedia news services causes a major transition in computing infrastructure and solution architectures. While many corporate uses of digital media can be handled with the current infrastructure, in multimedia application domains, as the amount and file size of the digital media grows, more than simple capacity improvements need to be implemented. The business needs for media are concrete; the problems we need to address are real. The media and news operating community needs to find real solutions too, for high-level semantic analysis, provisioning and management of...

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Schranz, M.W., Dustdar, S. (2008). Multimedia News Systems. In: Furht, B. (eds) Encyclopedia of Multimedia. Springer, Boston, MA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-78414-4_142

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