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Published by Taylor and Francis in London .
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Distributed Multimedia Database Technologies Supported by MPEG-7 and MPEG describesthe technologies, concepts, and tools of distributed, content-based multimedia systems.

It focuses on the practical uses of the technologies of MPEG and SQL/MM in these components, and on the interoperability among them (for data exchange, transactions. Distributed Multimedia Database Technologies Supported by MPEG-7 A multimedia system needs a mechanism to communicate with its environment, the Internet, clients, and applications.

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Definition:User modeling refers to building a profile of the user’s preferences for consumption and MPEG-7, two tools are specifically implemented for user interaction, which are the User Preferences DS and the User History DS.

Just as we have to model the content to describe the rich multi faceted detail stored both semantically and structurally, we must also model the. 2 C-S-based multimedia system with different profiles Peer-to-Peer System P2P System Portable devices with various capabilities send and transfer multimedia content from one device to another in order to allow greater flexibility Peer-to-peer services may have functions To hold the content from the creation to the delivery To check the capability of the other peer party and see.

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