The Multimedia Internet (Information Technology: Transmission, Processing and Storage)

The Multimedia Internet (Information Technology: Transmission, Processing and Storage)

Stephen Weinstein


here's a thorough, not-overly-complex creation to the 3 technical foundations for multimedia functions around the web: communications (principles, applied sciences and networking); compressive encoding of electronic media; and web protocol and companies. the entire contributing structures components are defined via descriptive textual content and various illustrative figures; the result's a booklet well-suited towards non-specialists, ideally with technical history, who want well-composed educational introductions to the 3 origin components. The textual content discusses the newest advances in electronic audio and video encoding, optical and instant communications applied sciences, high-speed entry networks, and IP-based media streaming, all the most important enablers of the multimedia net.

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