Authoring and Specification. Furht, B., editor In Encyclopedia of Multimedia, pages 36–37. Springer US, 2008. 00000
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DefinitionAuthoring and specification tools provide development environment for multimedia applications and presentations.Numerous multimedia authoring tools and specification techniques have been produced across both commercial and research domains. While many articles focus on particular niche, ranging from specific media (e.g., image editing) to complex multimedia scenarios, this article specifically overviews those that have addressed various aspects of multimedia synchronization.Early efforts in the specification of multimedia synchronization were based on temporal intervals [1] and a broad array of Petri net based techniques, such as [2]. Language-based constructs started with HyTime [3], a SGML-based (Standardized General Markup Language) document language which offered inter-object hyperlinking, scheduling and synchronization. The evolution of such techniques broadened to support the various classes of media synchronization (content, space and time) and included effor ...
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	abstract = {DefinitionAuthoring and specification tools provide development environment for multimedia applications and presentations.Numerous multimedia authoring tools and specification techniques have been produced across both commercial and research domains. While many articles focus on particular niche, ranging from specific media (e.g., image editing) to complex multimedia scenarios, this article specifically overviews those that have addressed various aspects of multimedia synchronization.Early efforts in the specification of multimedia synchronization were based on temporal intervals [1] and a broad array of Petri net based techniques, such as [2]. Language-based constructs started with HyTime [3], a SGML-based (Standardized General Markup Language) document language which offered inter-object hyperlinking, scheduling and synchronization. The evolution of such techniques broadened to support the various classes of media synchronization (content, space and time) and included effor ...},
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