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Video Database Management System. A Mini thesis submitted for transfer of registration from M-Phil to PhD.

Video Database Management System. A Mini thesis submitted for transfer of registration from M-Phil to PhD.
Video Database Management System. A Mini thesis submitted for transfer of registration from M-Phil to PhD.
Advances in multimedia computing technologies have offered new opportunities to store, manage, and present video data in databases. Object oriented technology on the other hand provides novel ways to organise the multimedia items, by supporting both the temporal as well as spatial properties. Many researchers come up with data models by implementing object oriented concepts into multimedia technology. The aim of this work is to make a video data model, called VDbMS (Video Data Base Management System) by incorporating and integrating the above mentioned technologies. This report summarises the current progress of this research in the development of VDbMS. The intention of this database system is to provide an effective way for storing video data, optimal query parsing and an ideal interface for user interactivity.
Khoja, Shakeel
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Khoja, Shakeel
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Khoja, Shakeel (1999) Video Database Management System. A Mini thesis submitted for transfer of registration from M-Phil to PhD. University of Southampton, ECS, Masters Thesis.

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Advances in multimedia computing technologies have offered new opportunities to store, manage, and present video data in databases. Object oriented technology on the other hand provides novel ways to organise the multimedia items, by supporting both the temporal as well as spatial properties. Many researchers come up with data models by implementing object oriented concepts into multimedia technology. The aim of this work is to make a video data model, called VDbMS (Video Data Base Management System) by incorporating and integrating the above mentioned technologies. This report summarises the current progress of this research in the development of VDbMS. The intention of this database system is to provide an effective way for storing video data, optimal query parsing and an ideal interface for user interactivity.

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Published date: 1 May 1999
Organisations: University of Southampton, Web & Internet Science

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Local EPrints ID: 266934
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/266934
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Date deposited: 21 Nov 2008 16:33
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 07:10

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Author: Shakeel Khoja

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