Multimedia, Hypertext and Information Access

Description:

CS4624: Introduces the architectures, concepts, data, hardware, methods, models, software, standards, structures, technologies, and issues involved with: networked multimedia (e.g., image, audio, video) information, access and systems; hypertext and hypermedia; electronic publishing; virtual reality. Coverage includes text processing, search, retrieval, browsing, time-based performance, synchronization, quality of service, video conferencing and authoring.

Prerequisites: Senior standing required. A grade of C or better required in CS2606 or CS3114. (3H,3C)

This course is part of the Human-Computer Interaction track, the Knowledge, Information, and Data track, and the Media/Creative Computing track.

See: course web pages.

Taught By: Edward Fox