Design and implementation of a multimedia DBMS : sound management integration
Atila, Yavuz Vural
Lum, Vincent Y.
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Today, in addition to standard data like numerics and alphanumerics, it is possible to capture, sort, manage, retrieve and present different media information, e.g. sound, image, graphics, text and signals, by using the current, modern computer technology. The Multimedia Database Management System (MDBMS) project, which started at the Computer Science Department of the Naval Postgraduate School in 1988, studies not only the storing, managing and retrieving different media information, but also the management of the interrelationships among the data. This thesis concentrates on the Sound Management Integration of the MDBMS prototype, Which includes the storage and management of the sound records in an IBM compatible personal computer, and the connection and integration of it to the database system in the SUN environment through a local area network, after presenting the general overview of the MDBMS, the system environment, the user interface and the catalog designs.
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