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A Method and System for Consolidating Multimedia Object Management in Heterogeneous Media Systems

Landfeldt, Björn LU (2004) Joint IST Workshop on Mobile Future, 2004 and the Symposium on Trends in Communications. SympoTIC '04. In [Host publication title missing] p.199-203
Abstract
Today’s multimedia systems use different types of

media with different play-out devices. Currently we are

heading towards a situation where for example cellular

content providers, the home entertainment industry and

networked multimedia over the Internet provide different

content and dirferent formats that are incompatible with

devices from the other systems. This is in stark contrast

with the current trend in the distributed systems and

Internet communities where consolidation and

interoperation of heterogeneous technologies is a prime

target. If the vision of a future integration of different

multimedia capable devices should become realiy,... (More)
Today’s multimedia systems use different types of

media with different play-out devices. Currently we are

heading towards a situation where for example cellular

content providers, the home entertainment industry and

networked multimedia over the Internet provide different

content and dirferent formats that are incompatible with

devices from the other systems. This is in stark contrast

with the current trend in the distributed systems and

Internet communities where consolidation and

interoperation of heterogeneous technologies is a prime

target. If the vision of a future integration of different

multimedia capable devices should become realiy, we

must Consolidate the usage of multimedia objects and

enable each player to use the different formats. This

paper suggests a method and system to achieve such

consolidation. We present our initial work and

protopping.and aim at stirring a debate around the

system to stimulate interest and future research. (Less)
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  abstract     = {Today’s multimedia systems use different types of<br/><br>
media with different play-out devices. Currently we are<br/><br>
heading towards a situation where for example cellular<br/><br>
content providers, the home entertainment industry and<br/><br>
networked multimedia over the Internet provide different<br/><br>
content and dirferent formats that are incompatible with<br/><br>
devices from the other systems. This is in stark contrast<br/><br>
with the current trend in the distributed systems and<br/><br>
Internet communities where consolidation and<br/><br>
interoperation of heterogeneous technologies is a prime<br/><br>
target. If the vision of a future integration of different<br/><br>
multimedia capable devices should become realiy, we<br/><br>
must Consolidate the usage of multimedia objects and<br/><br>
enable each player to use the different formats. This<br/><br>
paper suggests a method and system to achieve such<br/><br>
consolidation. We present our initial work and<br/><br>
protopping.and aim at stirring a debate around the<br/><br>
system to stimulate interest and future research.},
  author       = {Landfeldt, Björn},
  isbn         = {0-7803-8556-X},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {199--203},
  series       = {[Host publication title missing]},
  title        = {A Method and System for Consolidating Multimedia Object Management in Heterogeneous Media Systems},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TIC.2004.1409533},
  year         = {2004},
}