Multimedia Content Adaptation

Multimedia Content Adaptation

D. Knight (Brunel University, UK) and Marios C. Angelides (Brunel University, UK)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-953-3.ch009
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Abstract

The previous decade has witnessed a wealth of advancements and trends in the field of communications and subsequently, multimedia access. Four main developments from the last few years have opened up the prospect for ubiquitous multimedia consumption: wireless communications and mobility, standardised multimedia content, interactive versus passive consumption and the Internet and the World Wide Web. While individual and isolated developments have produced modest boosts to this existing state of affairs, their combination and cross-fertilisation have resulted in today’s complex but exciting landscape. In particular, we are beginning to see delivery of all types of data for all types of users in all types of conditions (Pereira & Burnett, 2003).

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