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Multimedia


January 4, 2010  2:25 AM

3D Modeling and Animation Assets on the Web: A Web 3.0 Challenge



Posted by: Roger King
3D animation, 3D modeling, Dublin Core, MODS, Multimedia, tagging, the Metadata Object Description Schema, Web 2.0, Web 3.0, Web development

Managing Animation Assets. One of the most challenging applications of next-generation web technology is the support of sites that provide media assets that are used in 3D animation. Animation applications are used in television and movie productions, training and informational...

October 26, 2009  8:58 PM

The imposing heterogeneity of media applications



Posted by: Roger King
3D animation, 3D modeling, advanced Web apps, automating Web searches, continuous data, media applications, Multimedia, the Metadata Object Description Schema, Video, video containers, Web 3.0, Web development, Web development frameworks, XML Schema

This blog is dedicated to the discussion of emerging web technologies. Today, we look at a the rapidly growing world of media applications, and their impact on the Semantic Web. The...


October 18, 2009  10:37 PM

Personal Information Management Applications and Web 3.0



Posted by: Roger King
advanced Web apps, databases, information, media applications, Multimedia, note-taking, notebooks, rich internet apps, tagging, Web 2.0, Web 3.0, web applications

This blog is devoted to the discussion of Semantic Web and Web 2.0/3.0 technology. ...


October 11, 2009  11:07 PM

Making information management scale: leveraging metadata on the new Web



Posted by: Roger King
3D modeling, automating Web searches, databases, DB2, information, Multimedia, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, RDF, Semantic Web, Video, Web 3.0, Web development frameworks, Web3.0

Previous postings of this blog. This blog is dedicated to advanced Web development tools and concepts. Previous blog postings have focused on the emerging


October 3, 2009  9:12 PM

Multimedia: The Problem of Subtle Semantics



Posted by: Roger King
3D animation, 3D modeling, advanced Web apps, automating Web searches, blob data, continuous data, databases, information, Multimedia, rich internet apps, Semantic Web, smart search engines, tagging, Text, Web 2.0, Web 3.0, web applications, Web development, Web development frameworks, XML

The challenge of the Semantic Web. We’ve looked at the emerging Semantic Web technology in the previous postings of this blog. The idea is to have a far, far smarter Web, one where the process of finding and interpreting and making use of far flung information can be largely...


June 11, 2009  11:44 AM

The two duct tapes of computing: Excel and Firefox, and the New Web



Posted by: Roger King
browsers, Excel, models of computing, Multimedia, smart browsers, the Semantic Web, Web 2.0, Web 3.0

This blog concerns advanced Web technologies. Each posting should be readable on its own, but the series of blogs as a whole tell a continuous story.

In this posting, we look at the Duct Tape Phenomena.

Excel.

As a researcher, I have worked with biologist in...


April 2, 2009  5:59 AM

Full Text searching: cleaver heuristics for managing large web-based document collections.



Posted by: Roger King
databases, documents, full text, full text searching, Multimedia, MySQL, SMIL, SQL Server, the Semantic Web, Web 2.0, Web 3.0, web applications, XML

There is an explosion of technology for supporting sophisticated forms of media on websites and in web applications. In our continuing series on


March 11, 2009  8:24 PM

Web services: part of the Web 2.0 & Semantic Web picture



Posted by: Roger King
Multimedia, rich internet apps, Rich Web Apps, the Semantic Web, Web 2.0, Web 3.0, Web development, web services

This is the fifth in a series of blogs about the Semantic Web and Web 2.0/3.0. While the sequence of blog posts tell a continuous story, each blog should be fully informative if read out of sequence.

So far, we've discussed the Semantic Web, which is an attempt at automating the process...


March 5, 2009  5:05 AM

Multimedia, what is it? Why do we care?



Posted by: Roger King
Multimedia, SMIL, Text, the Semantic Web, Video, Web 2.0, Web 3.0, Web development, XML

This is the fourth in a series of blogs on the Semantic Web and Web 2.0/3.0.

To get us going here, just what is "multimedia"? At one level, it simply refers to applications that manipulate,...


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