Intelligent Multimedia Delivery? It’s a question of semantics
This conference paper was originally published as Thomas-Kerr, J, Burnett, I, Ritz, C, Intelligent Multimedia Delivery? It’s a question of semantics, International Symposium on Communications and Information Technologies ISCIT 2007, 17-19 Oct, 473-478.
Intelligent multimedia delivery uses semantic information about content to enhance the delivery process. This paper proposes a model for intelligent multimedia delivery that advances the state of the art by incorporating a concept of semantic distortion into the delivery optimization process. Furthermore, the model combines format-independence with rate-distortion optimization to provide a flexible framework for intelligent delivery of multimedia in existing and future formats. The paper provides a review of the existing work covering components of the model: scalable coding formats, rate-distortion optimization, format-independent adaptation, and semantic adaptation. It then details the model, and identifies open problems and opportunities for further research.
J. Thomas-Kerr, I. Burnett, and C. Ritz. "Intelligent Multimedia Delivery? It’s a question of semantics" Faculty of Informatics - Papers.. Oct. 2007.
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/iburnett/55