Tools for Mobile Multimedia Programming and Development

Tools for Mobile Multimedia Programming and Development

D. Tjondronegoro (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)
Indexed In: SCOPUS
Release Date: May, 2013|Copyright: © 2013 |Pages: 357
ISBN13: 9781466640542|ISBN10: 1466640545|EISBN13: 9781466640559|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-4054-2

Description

Mobile devices are rapidly developing into the primary technology for users to work, socialize, and play in a variety of settings and contexts. Their pervasiveness has provided researchers with the means to investigate innovative solutions to ever more complex user demands.

Tools for Mobile Multimedia Programming and Development investigates the use of mobile platforms for research projects, focusing on the development, testing, and evaluation of prototypes rather than final products, which enables researchers to better understand the needs of users through image processing, object recognition, sensor integration, and user interactions. This book benefits researchers and professionals in multiple disciplines who utilize such techniques in the creation of prototypes for mobile devices and applications. This book is part of the Advances in Wireless Technologies and Telecommunication series collection.

Topics Covered

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Application Development
  • Context-Aware Applications
  • Embedded Sensors
  • Image/Video Analysis
  • Intelligent Mobile Computing
  • Mobile Internet
  • Mobile Platforms
  • Multimedia applications
  • Prototyping
  • User Interactions

Reviews and Testimonials

The 12 papers in this collection present recent research on mobile multimedia and describe tools for testing mobile application prototypes and theoretical frameworks. Three papers from Queensland University of Technology explore methods for measuring user satisfaction with mobile video services, adding game elements through mobile sensing, and engaging users with their tasks without obstructing workflow. Other topics include contextual and personalized mobile recommendations systems, a smart TV system, a navigational interface for campus visitors, and a brain-controller interface for monitoring user emotions.

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Dian Tjondronegoro is currently an Associate Professor in Service Sciences Discipline, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Queensland University of Technology. His research interests are: 1) Mobile Multimedia: delivering rich-media contents on smart phones, such as iPhone, with a particular focus on streaming video. 2) Video analysis and summarisation: extracting semantic contents from video using audiovisual features including motion, face, objects and events. 3) Cross-media content annotation and clustering: analysing text, image, and video contents to support clustering of semantically related contents for enhancing user experience. Dr. Tjondronegoro has obtained Bachelor of IT with first class honours in 2002 (QUT), PhD in 2005 (Deakin). He was a tutor, associate lecturer, lecturer, and senior lecturer in Faculty of IT, QUT in 2004-2011

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