Author: Marianne van den BoomenPublish On: 2016-03-15
A wide-ranging examination drawn from theories of metaphor, this book is an innovative treatment of today's digital media.
Author: Marianne van den Boomen
Category: Social Science
How Metaphors Matter in New Media examines the role of metaphors in our daily encounters with computers and networks. While concepts such as that of the desktop and the window may be easily recognized, this study reveals the vast wealth of metaphors, ranging from icons and email to Facebook friends, tweets, and cyberspace, that are a part of technology today. These and other metaphors frame how we access the black boxes of software and machinery, which in turn organize and reconfigure society. A wide-ranging examination drawn from theories of metaphor, this book is an innovative treatment of today's digital media.
Author: Marianne Van Den BoomenPublish On: 2014-02-12
Transcoding the Digital: How Metaphors Matter in New Media by Marianne van den Boomen is a material-semiotic inquiry into the constitutive role of metaphors in our daily encounters with computers and networks.
Author: Marianne Van Den Boomen
Publisher: Instituut Voor Netwerkcultuur
Transcoding the Digital: How Metaphors Matter in New Media by Marianne van den Boomen is a material-semiotic inquiry into the constitutive role of metaphors in our daily encounters with computers and networks. While interface concepts such as desktop and windows are easily recognized as metaphors, this research shows how in fact all digital sign-tool-objects - ranging from icons and email to Facebook friends, from hyperlink and tweet to Pirate Bay - are digital-material metaphors. They frame and organize how we access the black boxes of software and machinery, which in turn organize and reconfigure society. The same holds for discourse metaphors such as virtual community, cyberspace, Web 2.0, and social network. Metaphors matter in digital praxis, literally. This study makes an intervention into the contemporary theory of metaphor by extending it with the notion of material metaphor, including a manifest for hacking digital-material metaphors.
It relates almost all of its featured transcoding technologies to practical applications. This volume takes a structured approach, starting with basic video transcoding concepts and progressing toward the most sophisticated systems.
Author: Huifang Sun
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Technology & Engineering
Professionals in the video and multimedia industries need a book that explains industry standards for video coding and how to convert the compressed information between standards. Digital Video Transcoding for Transmission and Storage answers this demand while also supplying the theories and principles of video compression and transcoding technologies. Emphasizing digital video transcoding techniques, this book summarizes its content via examples of practical methods for transcoder implementation. It relates almost all of its featured transcoding technologies to practical applications. This volume takes a structured approach, starting with basic video transcoding concepts and progressing toward the most sophisticated systems. It summarizes material from research papers, lectures, and presentations. Organized into four parts, the text first provides the background of video coding theory, principles of video transmission, and video coding standards. The second part includes three chapters that explain the theory of video transcoding and practical problems. The third part explores buffer management, packet scheduling, and encryption in the transcoding. The book concludes by describing the application of transcoding, universal multimedia access with the emerging MPEG-21 standard, and the end-to-end test bed.
Author: United States. Patent and Trademark OfficePublish On: 1997
5,610,942 DIGITAL SIGNAL TRANSCODER AND METHOD OF TRANSCODING
A DIGITAL SIGNAL Keping Chen, 2561 Scarth Court, Mlssissauga, Ontario,
Canada, and Richard A. Kupnicki, 21 Eveningside Markham, Ontario, Canada
Author: United States. Patent and Trademark Office
This book provides the technical details of transcoding and annotation that engineers need to know to create accessible and reusable digital content capable of being tailored and personalized for a particular audience
Author: Katashi Nagao
Publisher: Artech House
Annotation Digital content has revolutionized the way broadcasters and Web sites deliver images, sound, video, and multimedia. This book provides the technical details of transcoding and annotation that engineers need to know to create accessible and reusable digital content capable of being tailored and personalized for a particular audience
5. In Fig. 6 the robustness of the proposed approach to transcoding attacks (
MPEG-2 2500 Kb/s — » MPEG-4 600 Kb/s, and MPEG-2 1000 Kb/s -» MPEG-4
600 Kb/s) is reported. Moreover, Type I and Type II collusion attacks are
BUSINESS INDIA September 7 , 2008 Infotech A chip on its its shoulder I bined
IPTV and switched digital video market , for which transcoding is essential , was
expected to reach $ 9.8 billion worldwide by 2011. The numThe video
Proceedings. In table 3 , comparison between conventional and proposed transcoding system is shown with different bitrate . As is seen , transcoding
parameter sets that satisfy watermark detection condition show 100 % watermark
An HVS - based Motion Vector Composition Algorithm for Spatial Resolution Transcoding Abdullah A . Yusuf , Manzur Murshed ... video on demand , and digital TV , are emerging rapidly where delivery of digital video plays an
important role .
Transcoding The display characteristics and processing power of a digital set -
top box vary greatly in comparison to a standard multimedia PC . For example ,
some set - top browsers are able to display bitmap and GIF files but are unable to
Author: Gerard O'Driscoll
Publisher: Prentice Hall
The author explores the various industry initiatives and standard bodies that are defining open set-top box technologies, describes the operating systems and middleware products available, and looks at the servers and technologies that are needed to support broadband Internet, intranet and TV-centric applications.
the requirements of the computing-intensive and time-consuming video transcoding jobs. • Cost: The biggest advantage of cloud computing is the
elimination of the investment in stand-alone software or servers by the user. With
Author: Kuan-Ching Li
Publisher: CRC Press
Cloud Computing and Digital Media: Fundamentals, Techniques, and Applications presents the fundamentals of cloud and media infrastructure, novel technologies that integrate digital media with cloud computing, and real-world applications that exemplify the potential of cloud computing for next-generation digital media. It brings together technologies for media/data communication, elastic media/data storage, security, authentication, cross-network media/data fusion, interdevice media interaction/reaction, data centers, PaaS, SaaS, and more. The book covers resource optimization for multimedia cloud computing—a key technical challenge in adopting cloud computing for various digital media applications. It describes several important new technologies in cloud computing and digital media, including query processing, semantic classification, music retrieval, mobile multimedia, and video transcoding. The book also illustrates the profound impact of emerging health-care and educational applications of cloud computing. Covering an array of state-of-the-art research topics, this book will help you understand the techniques and applications of cloud computing, the interaction/reaction of mobile devices, and digital media/data processing and communication.
Designing for the Future The digital transcoder product will include a digital video
serializer and deserializer option . This option will allow the user to select either a
bitserial or bit - parallel digital video input and will provide transcoding to the ...
Author: Society of Motion Picture and Television EngineersPublish On: 1996-02
The AD3100 has analog and digital inputs and outputs , for use in analog , digital
, and hybrid installations . The TC3100 digital digital audio transcoder and rate
converter from Pixel Instruments can be used for multiformat digital audio ...
Author: Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers
The result can be distributed through a huge array of digital and non digital
carriers . A still image , for exam - ple , can be animated and transformed into
sound ( cross media transcoding ) . The digital substance is a raw material in a
two - way ...
The application of ADPCM transcoders on any given digital carrier facility ( e . g . ,
T1 copper cable , fiber , microwave or satellite ) is dependent on the respective transcoder and transmission facility costs and the resultant " prove in " distance ...
Fifth is the issue of what transcoding will do to digital rights management
techniques , such as embedded watermarks that application developers and
content providers have applied to the content of an MMS . If transcoding weakens
Author: Scott B. Guthery
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) adds color graphics, audio, and video to today's messaging and is the "next big thing" in mobile applications. This is a comprehensive introduction to MMS architecture and standards, complete with eye-opening case studies of early MMS rollouts by content providers and mobile carriers. * Features step-by-step examples of how to design and develop profitable multimedia messaging applications * Includes working code that developers can use to jump-start their own projects
The transcoding between TS and PS has an important application , which can be
applied to convert the digital television ( DTV ) broadcasting bitstreams to the
bitstreams for digital video disc ( DVD ) application . An important technical issue
1 [ 31 ] ETSI ( 1994 ) Digital cellular telecommunications system ( phase 2 + ) ;
Full rate speech transcoding , GSM 06 . 10 ( ETS 300 580 - 2 ) . [ 32 ] ETSI ( 1997
) Digital cellular telecommunications system ( phase 2 + ) ; Half rate speech ; Half
Author: A. M. Kondoz
Building on the success of the first edition Digital Speech offers extensive new, updated and revised material based upon the latest research. This Second Edition continues to provide the fundamental technical background required for low bit rate speech coding and the hottest developments in digital speech coding techniques that are applicable to evolving communication systems. Features new chapters on Pitch Estimation and Voice-Unvoiced Classification of Speech, Harmonic Speech Coding and Multimode Speech Coding Presents a comprehensively revised chapter entitled Analysis by Synthesis LPC Coding including specific examples of popular speech coders such as CELP (Code-Excited Linear Predictive) Coding Contains an updated chapter on Efficient LPC Quantization Methods including MSVQ and anti-aliasing filtering Discusses Voice Activity Detection (VAD) methods Offers expanded coverage of speech enhancement techniques such as echo cancellation and noise suppression Written by a well-known, highly respected academic, this authoritative volume will be invaluable to practising engineers, network designers, computer scientists and advanced students in communications, electrical and electronic engineering.
In spite of the higher demands on processing hardware and storage
requirements in the digital domain , it is this author ... If a worldwide standard
sample rate is not adopted , sample - rate transcoding will be a frequently
occurring necessity .
Transcoding Pattern Generation for Adaptation of Digital Items Containing
Multiple Media Streams in Ubiquitous Environment Maria Hong1, DaeHyuck
Park2 , YoungHwan Lim2, YoungSong Mun3, and Seongjin Ahn4 1 Digital Media
Author: Osvaldo Gervasi
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The four-volume set LNCS 3480-3483 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications, ICCSA 2005, held in Singapore in May 2005. The four volumes present a total of 540 papers selected from around 2700 submissions. The papers span the whole range of computational science, comprising advanced applications in virtually all sciences making use of computational techniques as well as foundations, techniques, and methodologies from computer science and mathematics, such as high performance computing and communication, networking, optimization, information systems and technologies, scientific visualization, graphics, image processing, data analysis, simulation and modelling, software systems, algorithms, security, multimedia etc.