Structured Temporal Composition of Multimedia Data. Duda, A. and Keramane, C. In In Proc. IEEE International Workshop on Multimedia- Database-Management Systems, Blue Mountain Lake, 1995. 00000
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. Many existing models for temporal composition of multimedia data are based on the Allen relations [1]. However, the relations are not suitable for composition: they are descriptive (do not reflect causal dependency between intervals), they depend on interval durations (changing duration may modify relations), and they may lead to temporal inconsistency (contradictory relations specified for intervals). We define a set of operators expressing causal relations between intervals. They can be used to form nested interval expressions. Interval expressions are independent of interval durations and allow encapsulation and structured nesting, so that it is possible to define complex multimedia presentations in a well-structured manner. 1 Introduction Multimedia integrates different media having inherent temporal behavior. Taking into account the diverse time-dependent data types result in new issues that do not arise in traditional databases. The essential issues are the management of differ...
@inproceedings{duda_structured_1995,
	title = {Structured {Temporal} {Composition} of {Multimedia} {Data}},
	abstract = {. Many existing models for temporal composition of multimedia data are based on the Allen relations [1]. However, the relations are not suitable for composition: they are descriptive (do not reflect causal dependency between intervals), they depend on interval durations (changing duration may modify relations), and they may lead to temporal inconsistency (contradictory relations specified for intervals). We define a set of operators expressing causal relations between intervals. They can be used to form nested interval expressions. Interval expressions are independent of interval durations and allow encapsulation and structured nesting, so that it is possible to define complex multimedia presentations in a well-structured manner. 1 Introduction Multimedia integrates different media having inherent temporal behavior. Taking into account the diverse time-dependent data types result in new issues that do not arise in traditional databases. The essential issues are the management of differ...},
	booktitle = {In {Proc}. {IEEE} {International} {Workshop} on {Multimedia}- {Database}-{Management} {Systems}, {Blue} {Mountain} {Lake}},
	author = {Duda, Andrzej and Keramane, Chérif},
	year = {1995},
	note = {00000}
}
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