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Knowledge-based multimedia adaptation for ubiquitous multimedia consumption

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Knowledge-based multimedia adaptation for ubiquitous multimedia consumption
Intelligent, server-side adaptation of multimedia resources is becoming increasingly important and challenging for two reasons. First, the market continuously brings up new mobile end-user devices to which the content has to be adapted as these devices support different display formats and operate on various types of networks. On the other hand, with the help of metadata annotations which are now available in the MPEG-7 and MPEG-21 standard, advanced forms of resource adaptations on the content level become possible. As none of the existing multimedia transformation tools and libraries can support all these different forms of basic and advanced adaptation operations, an intelligent multimedia adaptation server has to integrate such external tools and algorithms and perform an adequate sequence of adaptation operations on the original resource before sending it to the client. In this paper we present the results of the ISO/IEC MPEG Core Experiment on using Semantic Web Services techn...
Dietmar Jannach, Klaus Leopold
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where JNCA
Authors Dietmar Jannach, Klaus Leopold
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