Multimedia Database – Syllabus | Eighth Semester | BSc.CSIT (TU)

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multimedia database syllabusCourse Syllabus | BSc.CSIT
Multimedia Database
Eighth Semester | Fourth Year
Tribhuvan University (TU)

Course Title: Multimedia Database
Course No: CSC-456
Credit hours : 3
Natureof course: Theory (3 Hrs.) + Lab (3 Hrs.)
Course Synopsis: Advanced aspects of multimedia database, indexing and retrieval
Goal: To study advanced aspects of indexing, storage device, retrieval of multimedia information encompassing the principles, research results and commercial application of the current technologies.

Course Contents:
Unit 1: Multimedia introduction [3 Hrs]
Introduction to multimedia databases, issues related to multimedia data types, media types, text document information retrieval, indexing

Unit 2: Multimedia Data types and formats [3 Hrs]
Text, vector graphics and animation, digital images and digital video, major characteristics and requirements of multimedia data and applications

Unit 3: Multimedia database design issues [2 Hrs]
MIRS architecture, data models and user interface, User Interface design and feature Extraction, Indexing and similarity measure

Unit 4: Text Document Indexing and retrieval [5 Hrs]
Automatic text document indexing and Boolean Retrieval model, Vector space retrieval model, probabilistic model and cluster-based retrieval model, Nontraditional IR methods, Performance
measurement, WWW search engines

Unit 5: Indexing and retrieval of audio [2 Hrs]
Audio properties and classification, Speech recognition and retrieval, Music indexing and retrieval

Unit 6: Image Indexing and retrieval [5 Hrs]
Colour –based image indexing and retrieval techniques, Image retrieval based on shape, on texture, Compressed image data, integrated image indexing

Unit 7 : Multimedia Indexing and retrieval [5 Hrs]
Video shot detection or segmentation, video indexing and retrieval, Video representation and abstraction, Architecture of multimedia Information Management, user interface with example

Unit 8: Techniques and data structures for efficient multimedia similarity search [5 Hrs]
Filter process, B+ and B trees, Clustering, Multidimensional B+ tree, K-d trees, Grid files, Tree family

Unit 9: System support for distributed multimedia databases [5 Hrs]
QoS management, Design goals, Data storage devices and management, Data placement on disks, Disk scheduling and admission control, Server configuration and network connection

Unit 10: Multimedia computer architectures and operating system [4 Hrs]
Process architectures, Computer architectures, Design issues of MOS, QoS support, Multimedia networks, Transport protocols, Synchronous presentation

Unit 11 : Measurement of multimedia information retrieval effectiveness [3 Hrs]
Human Judgment data, Recall and precision pari, Percentage of Weighted Hits, Similarity Ranking, Factors affecting retrieval effectiveness

Unit 12: Products, application and new development [3 Hrs]
Multimedia search engine, Digital libraries, Video –on-demand, Multimedia security, MPEG-7, Multimedia database applications

Laboratory work: There should be labs related to Multimedia Database

Reference books:
1. Gunjoun Lu, Multimedia database management systems
2. G. Lu, Multimedia Database Management Systems, Artech House, 1999.
3. T. Shih, Distributed Multimedia Databases: Techniques and Applications, IRM Press, 2002.
4. V.S. Subrahmanian, Principles of Multimedia Database Systems, Morgan Kaufmann, 1998.

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