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Technical report TR95-18. Multimedia databases store large data objects with complex spatial and temporal relationships. For users to easily and effectively access and make use of this large information space, there is a need for an interactive user interface to act as an intermediary between...
Benchmarking Access Structures for High-Dimensional Multimedia Data
Technical report TR99-05. In multimedia databases it is usual to map objects into feature vectors in high-dimensional spaces. In order to speed query processing access structures, or indices, are required. Unfortunately, in the case of similarity queries, which are in fact nearest neighbor ...
Technical report TR95-25. Declarative query languages are an important feature of database management systems and have played an important role in their success. As database management technology enters the multimedia information system area, the availability of special-purpose query languages...
Support for Document Entry in a Multimedia Database
Technical report TR96-23. This Technical Report describes a document entry system that supports the automatic insertion of documents with arbitrary types into a multimedia database. The documents conform to the international standards of SGML and HyTime. This is achieved by instantiating objects...
Technical report TR94-16. We describe the design of a multimedia database for a distributed news-on-demand multimedia information system. News-on-demand is an application that utilizes broadband network services to deliver news articles to subscribers in the form of multimedia documents. ...