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ACTIVE M3. An authoring system for active multimedia mail

Schirmer, Jürgen and Kirste, Thomas (1996):
ACTIVE M3. An authoring system for active multimedia mail.
pp. 112-123, SPIE, Bellingham, Washington, Multimedia Computing and Networking 1996. Proceedings, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

Today the idea and the mechanisms of MultiMedia Mail (MMM), the transmission of multimedia information like images, audio and video objects etc. as an extension to email, and the related problems and solution concepts are very well known. The idea of Computational or Active Mail (AM) has existed since 1976; transfer programs embedded in standard mail which automatically execute at the receivers site, bringing mails to life. The integration of both mechanisms (MMM and AM) leads to the concept of Active MultiMedia Mail. The objective of ACTIVE M3 is the development and implement of a system for the realization of Active MultiMedia Mail and a Composing Tool as an easy to use interactive authoring environment. This paper introduces the basic ideas. The results of the proposed concept are presented through a realized prototype.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 1996
Creators: Schirmer, Jürgen and Kirste, Thomas
Title: ACTIVE M3. An authoring system for active multimedia mail
Language: English
Abstract:

Today the idea and the mechanisms of MultiMedia Mail (MMM), the transmission of multimedia information like images, audio and video objects etc. as an extension to email, and the related problems and solution concepts are very well known. The idea of Computational or Active Mail (AM) has existed since 1976; transfer programs embedded in standard mail which automatically execute at the receivers site, bringing mails to life. The integration of both mechanisms (MMM and AM) leads to the concept of Active MultiMedia Mail. The objective of ACTIVE M3 is the development and implement of a system for the realization of Active MultiMedia Mail and a Composing Tool as an easy to use interactive authoring environment. This paper introduces the basic ideas. The results of the proposed concept are presented through a realized prototype.

Publisher: SPIE, Bellingham, Washington
Uncontrolled Keywords: Active mails, Computional mail, MIME, Multimedia mails, Remote programming, Synchronization
Divisions: UNSPECIFIED
20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Interactive Graphics Systems
Event Title: Multimedia Computing and Networking 1996. Proceedings
Date Deposited: 16 Apr 2018 09:07
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