Spring 2022 - CMPT 365 D100
Multimedia Systems (3)
Class Number: 6063
Delivery Method: In Person
Multimedia systems design, multimedia hardware and software, issues in effectively representing, processing, and retrieving multimedia data such as text, graphics, sound and music, image and video.
Multimedia has become an indispensable part of modern computer technology. In this course,students will be introduced to principles and current technologies of multimedia data processing and system design and gain hands-on experience in this area. Topics include multimedia data (audio/video) digitization, representation, compression, and communication.
- Multimedia Tasks and Concerns
- Issues in Multimedia Applications Design
- Multimedia Data Representation
- Video and Audio Compression
- Multimedia Network Communications
- Other Topics
- Written Assignments 15%
- Projects 30%
- Midterm Exams 30%
- Final Exam 25%
Java or C/C++ are required for programming assignments and projects; GUI (Graphics User Interface) programming skills are required, e.g., open file dialog, click button, draw on canvas, etc. Knowledge on calculus and linear algebra is required.
Fundamentals of Multimeida 3rd Edition, Z. Liu, M. Drew, JC Liu, Springer, 2021, SFU students may download the softcopy from library link
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TEACHING AT SFU IN SPRING 2022
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