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DEDICATED - Learning on Networked Multimedia Platforms

Tritsch, Bernhard and Hornung, Christoph and Encarnação, José L. (1993):
DEDICATED - Learning on Networked Multimedia Platforms.
In: Visualization in Scientific Computing: Uses in University Education. Proceedings, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

The development of a distributed and heterogeneous generic multimedia learning environment presents many issues. The hardware, software and network platforms are heterogeneous, so device-independence and interoperability are vital. Therefore, the primary objective of the research presented here is to introduce and to specify a generic learning architecture, including communication mechanisms and multimedia features. This architecture provides application-independent functionality in the areas of transfer, processing, storage, presentation and interaction, and allows the development of distributed learning applications in a great variety of fields (such as Scientific Visualisation, CAD, Rendering). In addition, co-operation and timing control paradigms must be introduced to allow real-time communication and remote access; such features are termed Tele-Media (tele-communicating multimedia).

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 1993
Creators: Tritsch, Bernhard and Hornung, Christoph and Encarnação, José L.
Title: DEDICATED - Learning on Networked Multimedia Platforms
Language: English
Abstract:

The development of a distributed and heterogeneous generic multimedia learning environment presents many issues. The hardware, software and network platforms are heterogeneous, so device-independence and interoperability are vital. Therefore, the primary objective of the research presented here is to introduce and to specify a generic learning architecture, including communication mechanisms and multimedia features. This architecture provides application-independent functionality in the areas of transfer, processing, storage, presentation and interaction, and allows the development of distributed learning applications in a great variety of fields (such as Scientific Visualisation, CAD, Rendering). In addition, co-operation and timing control paradigms must be introduced to allow real-time communication and remote access; such features are termed Tele-Media (tele-communicating multimedia).

Uncontrolled Keywords: Multimedia communication
Divisions: UNSPECIFIED
20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Interactive Graphics Systems
Event Title: Visualization in Scientific Computing: Uses in University Education. Proceedings
Date Deposited: 16 Apr 2018 09:09
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